Friday, July 17, 2020

National Geographic Kids ALMANAC 2021 is now available! [Review & Giveaway]

National Geographic Kids
Ages 8-12 ~ Grades 3-7
ISBN: 9781426336713
My thoughts: 
My granddaughters look forward to this every year. I am so delighted that they value books crammed full of information from a variety of topics and sources.

National Geographic again achieves a block-buster winner with the Almanac 2021 for kids. There are 351 pages covering space and Earth, technology, history, geography, green living, etc. Kids (and their grown ups) will delve into current happenings and what to do about issues. The photographs are outstanding! The compilation of graphics, text tidbits, and photographs will tickle the mind to discover more and adventure into arenas hitherto unknown to them.

And as usual, the folks at National Geographic make learning fun with Fun & Games. 



If your child is a fan of the National Geographic Kids Almanacs, don't miss this one. If you've never discovered these gems, find one for yourself and start exploring. Then share yours; or better yet, get the kids a copy.



About the book: The latest installment of the New York Times best-selling almanac features brand-new amazing animal stories, explorer profiles, and outrageous attractions that kids know and love, plus more of the incredible inventions, awesome games, and fresh challenges for curious kids who want to learn all about the world and everything that's in it!

Kids can have fun keeping up with our rapidly changing planet with the world's best-selling almanac for kids, packed with incredible photos, tons of fun facts, crafts, activities, and fascinating features about animals, science, nature, technology, conservation, and more. There's a whole chapter full of fun and games, including activities, jokes, and comics. Practical reference material, including fast facts and maps of every country, has been fully updated. Homework help on key topics is sprinkled throughout the book.
GIVEAWAY
A copy of the Almanac 2021
Begins July 17
Ends August 10 at 12:01 a.m. EDT
Open to USA addresses only.
DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given. Winner's prize copy is provided and mailed directly to the winner by publisher or publicist. Chat with Vera is not responsible for lost or misdirected prizes.

17 comments:

  1. All year round, we like to challenge the children's minds by:
    1. Reading and having a wide selection of books available to them at all times
    2. Building with building blocks, Duplos, Legos, and other building and construction sets and
    3. Doing challenging puzzles.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  2. Children always are drawn to the library copies of National Geographic Kids' Almanac. The almanac is colorful, engaging, has great photos and illustrations, is informative, and presents information in easy to read chunks for even the most reluctant readers.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  3. To keep my kids challenged we do a lot of things. We buy books my 9 year old has the amazon book box that gives you 2 hardcover books for her age group for $20 a box come every other month, my 12 year old has a subscription box of art supplies for her, my oldest has her youtube channel and is taking a course from coursera on what she is hoping to do when she goes to college on a year. My youngest I buy crafts, print worksheets and work with her on her reading. My 15 year old is learning python in a class we bought from Udemy. In addition we bought a bow and arrow for them to learn how to use.

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  4. I like that the national geographic website has quizzes that the kids can take and personality ones too. they look like a lot of fun!

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  5. My kids love going to the library to check out books.

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  6. Our top three things are going to the library for the summer reading programs, Going to the farmers market & helping to plan/make dinner & just getting outside to do something.

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  7. It's been a few years since I've bought one, but my kids still enjoy looking at our NatGeo kids almanac.

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  8. my grandson is turning out like his grandma. give him something with words on it, he's happy as a clam. he also loves to garden, because he gets to do his third favorite thing - play in mud.

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  9. My daughter got an National Geographic Kids' Almanac for her birthday and she really enjoys reading it and telling our family facts she has learned.

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  10. We have been doing puzzles, playing board games like Monopoly and reading.

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  11. give them chores. you will be surprised how quick they find something to do.

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  12. 1. we make slime
    2. treasure hunts
    3. swimming and playing on our swing set

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  13. GOING FOR A WALK EVERYDAY AND THEN READING A CHAPTER IN A BOOK

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  14. THE SHARKS QUIZ GAME LOOKS INTERESTING.

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  15. i think going out in nature teaching them the trees animals and plants while having a fun day out,giving children old enough chores,library,cooking and outdoor yard fun

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  16. we have been doing mathematics. how can this be fun? their uncle has made it a game.

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  17. NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC IS THE BEST....YOU CANNOT BEAT THE PICTURES...THEY TELL A WHOLE STORY BY THEMSELVES.

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