My grandson enjoyed reading Follow Me with his papa.
These books teach with vibrant, brilliant photos from the best National Geographic Kids photographers and informative writing from leading educators and writers. The writers share fun facts and trivia that will engage your kids’ minds. Plus each book includes attention-catching features such as “You Read” and “I Read” pages. These pages are designed for parents to interact with their young readers. The parent reads the “You Read” pages, and the child will read the “I Read pages” which were written for beginning readers.
The writing is featured in bright, pop out lettering with special informational boxes sprinkled throughout the books. Plus, the books end with interactive activities that you can do with your child.
My grandson enjoyed reading the “Follow Me” book with his grandfather. His favorite page featured dolphins. He loves whales and anything sea life. He also enjoyed the interactive activity which featured a matchup game of baby animals to their habitats.
Also available through the National Geographic Kids Super Reader program is a great interactive website where kids can explore fun educational games, videos, and informative articles on a variety of subjects from animals to information on states and countries. There is even a homework help page with great links to help with research, science projects, and writing essays. Plus kids can win some great prizes and receive trophies as they interact with the books and the site.
I can’t recommend these resources enough. The books are available either on through the NatGeo Kids Super Readers site or Amazon (affiliate link). You can click on the specific books below also which include my Amazon affiliate link for purchase.
What do you think of the National Geographic Kids books? Do you use them with your children or in your home school?
Note: I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com), May Media Group LLC, who received it directly from the manufacturer. As a Moms Meet blogger, I agree to use this product and post my honest opinion on my blog. The opinions posted are my own.
Now onto our weekly linkup. First, let’s:
Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!
No matter which translations you love the best, Anita presents a heartfelt post on Bible translations. Which translation do you love? I love the Amplified Bible and also love the resources she recommends: BibleGateway.com. I also love YouVersion. Be sure to check out this provocative post.
Now, it is time to link up to the Literacy Musing Mondays hop!
I will also be joining great hops listed on my linkup parties page.