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National Geographic Little Kids

National Geographic Kids UK’s entertaining, educational magazine for pre-schoolers
Katie Hill - Editor-in-Chief, My Green Pod
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The team behind National Geographic Kids UK has launched a brand-new, high-quality, plastic-free magazine aimed at children aged 3-6: National Geographic Little Kids magazine.

This new magazine for pre-schoolers is both educational and entertaining, and aims to help younger children learn about the planet and its wildlife, encouraging them to grow up respecting the Earth.

Each issue of National Geographic Little Kids magazine is packed with 36 pages of educational activities, colourful photos and facts and puzzles about wildlife, culture and the natural world. 

Perfect for animal-loving pre-schoolers, the magazine is crammed with cute creatures, incredible facts and educational games, while interactive activities and puzzles will develop and enhance children’s key skills in numeracy and literacy.

Developing empathy

National Geographic Little Kids magazine will help bridge the gap between Reception/KS1 curriculum and home exploration, offering accessible nature and climate education for young children.

Pre-schoolers can learn about wildlife, science, culture and history through the engaging, easy-to-follow text.

‘Empathy develops in children as early as two years old so teaching children to care for our planet and the natural world can’t start soon enough. With National Geographic Little Kids magazine, we’ll show them how to do this in a fun and entertaining way. Setting them up for a bright hopeful future.’

National Geographic Kids UK managing director

Creature & Co., the company that produces, publishes and promotes National Geographic Kids magazine in the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand, believes education should be informative, entertaining and appeal to all different learning types.

To date, the company has educated over 24 million children and families – a figure it aims to double by 2025.

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