National Geographic Kids Almanac 2020 Plus GIVEAWAY #Partner #NatGeoKidsAlmanac 6/10
***Disclosure: I received complimentary samples to facilitate my review. All opinions are 100% honest and have not been influenced in any way.***
As a homeschooling family, we always try and make learning as hands-on as possible. We incorporate "field trips", documentaries, and more into our day to day lives to ensure learning never takes the proverbial backseat, even during the summer months.
One thing we do during the summer to ensure the kids' minds don't turn to absolute mush is reading and exploring the world around us and all of its wonders. National Geographic Kids offers a ton of books that allow us to do just that. Our favorite as of late would have to be the brand new National Geographic Kids Almanac 2020.
Hailed by School Library Journal as “one of the leaders in the world of almanacs” this year's edition features all new content, such as interviews with renowned National Geographic explorers in each chapter, a special look at what was going on in the world when the first National Geographic Kids Almanac came out 10 years ago, plus the results of the 2019 Almanac Challenge — Lions Forever Poster Contest — and a new challenge for kids who want to get involved with helping our planet.
The best-selling kids’ almanac ON THE PLANET is packed with hundreds of photos and facts, crafts and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, conservation and more. For book lovers and reluctant readers alike, the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2020 is a compelling and balanced combination of:
* Fun and games, including activities, jokes, quizzes and comics
* Practical resources, including homework help and fast facts and maps of every country
* Exciting sections on pop culture, cool technology, extreme exploration and more
* Lighthearted favorites like the “Cutest Animals of 2020!”
In addition to not only being fun and educational, the National Geographic Kids Almanac is also designed to inspire young readers to be the change they want to see in the world around them, encouraging them to become more involved environmentally, socially and in other ways.
In this year’s edition, National Geographic Kids launches the 20/20 Visionary Challenge, asking readers to imagine the world 10 years from now and to picture a positive change, invention or discovery they’d like to see become reality, in whatever area interests them: animals, people, places, science, technology or beyond — the sky’s the limit! Kids will be able to read some of their great ideas in next year’s Almanac 2021.
Another source of inspiration? The real-life National Geographic explorers who are the cornerstone of National Geographic’s philosophy and mission. The 2020 edition highlights many of them including Christine Chen, a geologist and climate scientist; Katey Walter Anthony, an aquatic ecosystem ecologist; and Kakani Katija, a bioengineer to name just a few profiled.
We are loving all the information in this latest edition of the National Geographic Kids Almanac. There are plenty of vivid images, fun activities, and of course, tons of opportunity to learn new things in a fun and engaging way. We plan to keep our copy in tow all summer so we can learn more about the world around us on our many adventures here in the local NE Ohio area.
If you're looking for a great way to keep education at the forefront during the summer months, definitely check out National Geographic Kids.
You can also connect with National Geographic Kids on Facebook and on twitter to stay on top of their latest news, products, and promotions.
Enter to Win TWO Great Giveaways :
Nat Geo is hosting a Summer on the Go Almanac 2020 Grand Prize Giveaway — a GO-PRO!
How cool is that?! To enter, simply use the handy RC form below. Once you're done entering the Grand Prize Giveaway, please be sure to enter
Here's another giveaway for you, too! Enter to WIN a Summer on the Go Prize Pack which includes all the essentials to keep kids (and you!) organized, entertained and going strong this summer, including:
* A copy of the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2020
* An insulated stainless steel 17 oz water bottle
* A set of gel pens for the Puzzles and Games section in the Almanac
* A drawstring backpack for easy “grab and go” and to hold the almanac pens and water bottle
* A handy, durable and smartly designed backseat car organizer that holds books, snacks and toys, a water bottle, a tablet and even has a hanging tissue box (it’s got it all!).
How cool is that?!
This giveaway is open to US Residents 18+ until 11:59PM EST on June 10, 2019. Winner will be drawn using Rafflecopter's Random Number Generator. All entries will be verified, so play fair! I will notify winner via e-mail and they will have 48 hours to reply before I am forced to redraw winners. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. This contest is not affiliated with Facebook, twitter, Pinterest, or Instagram in any way. Participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment. If you have any questions, please contact Brandy at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for entering, and Good Luck!
5/19/2019 09:11:12 am
I encourage learning with trips to the library to get books to read
5/19/2019 09:29:26 am
we do a lot of crafts, reading and exploring
5/19/2019 05:58:39 pm
This is an awesome prize! My daughter would love to read and do the activities!
5/20/2019 05:41:52 am
The grandgirls would love this!
5/20/2019 06:24:33 am
We activiely read and participate in our local library's summer book challenge. We also visit new and different places to learn about the area/history/etc.
5/20/2019 07:52:10 pm
I create a daily schedule during my kids' breaks to include summer. I mix it with chores, paper school work, electronic learning, plus exercise. It keeps them busy while I am at work and, if complete when I get home, we go to the water park, pool, museums, etc.
5/20/2019 07:53:10 pm
My kids (and I) are such fans of National Geographic! My youngest son's favorite things to watch on the TV are documentaries about wildlife, prehistoric creatures, etc.
EMMA L HORTON
5/22/2019 12:31:45 pm
AN HOUR A DAY READING A BOOK
5/26/2019 08:38:20 pm
We usually join the library's summer reading program and attend their educational activities.
5/27/2019 12:51:36 pm
I go to the library myself :)
5/30/2019 10:40:05 am
I love National Geographic. I remember getting them in the mail when I was a kid. I think it is great they have some directly for kids.
5/30/2019 04:19:01 pm
we go on scavenger hunts!
5/31/2019 10:48:16 am
I always have lots of books on hand.
6/2/2019 06:07:51 pm
I have to-do and learning lists for each of my kids while I am at work. When I get home and everything is done, I take them to the museum, zoo, water park, etc.
6/3/2019 08:08:24 pm
I sign my kids up for as many summer reading programs as I can; they LOVE them!
6/5/2019 06:08:07 am
We visit the library.
6/8/2019 09:07:52 am
we go to the park!
6/8/2019 09:07:12 pm
Would love to win this for my kids!
6/9/2019 05:33:43 pm
I encourage learning in the summer by taking weekly library visits and taking the kids to museums
6/9/2019 06:12:20 pm
I am working on a weekly award-based system right now for my kids.
6/9/2019 06:36:37 pm
Trips to the library.
6/10/2019 04:36:28 am
I was very fond of the National Geographic publications growing up and I would love to introduce it to the children in our family! My dad and I are huge readers and I am aiming to encourage all of the young ones to read and to enjoy nature!
6/10/2019 07:05:12 pm
Awesome set! I love all the photography in these.
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