Disclosure: I received National Geographic Kids books for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com), May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agreed to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.
March is National Reading Month and March 2nd was Read Across America Day. This day is also the birthday of famous children’s author, Dr. Seuss. During this month, the benefits of reading are promoted across the world and National Geographic Kids has chosen to join in the celebration. I received a few books from National Geographic Kids to review as part of being a Moms Meet blogger. When I received the package, I immediately shared them with my children. They were just as anxious to begin reading as I was! The photographs are AMAZING and the stories are just as wonderful.
More facts about National Geographic Kids books
National Geographic Kids have books written for various levels of reading. They offer Pre-Reader (Ready to Read), Level 1 (Starting to Read), Level 2 (Independent Reader) and Level 3 (Fluent Reader). These books cover various subjects such as animals, science, famous people, and nature. My son is able to read the Pre-Reader book, “Hop, Bunny!”, on his own, which we all enjoy.
Children enjoy the interesting, fun facts that fill these books. The eye-catching photos, bright text and vibrant colors found on each page keep my children’s attention. Their eyes light up when we read and they point to the images and ask questions. One of the main goals that National Geographic Kids aims for when creating their books is to keep children engaged. Kids remember what they have read better when they can interact with it and that is what every page of these books does.
On the National Geographic Kids website, they have a Super Readers section. The website offers prizes such as stickers and free posters. There are also fun games and activities for children on the site to do for free.