Spring Is Coming And Nat Geo Kids Is Helping Getting Us Bug Ready With A Nat Geo Prize Pack


About Ultimate Bugopedia:
In a book CRAWLING with fascinating facts, lively text and more than 400 amazing images of the weirdest and wackiest insects from all over the globe, the natural world experts at National Geographic have compiled the ultimate resource for children ages 7-10.  This fully photographic book profiles bugs, beetles, wasps, bees, ants caterpillars, butterflies, dragonflies, spiders, flies, crickets and grasshoppers, and centipedes and millipedes. Each profile is accompanied by cool Did You Know? facts and fact boxes that provide the scientific name, size, diet, and habitat of each insect. Selected as a 2014 Outstanding Science Trade Book for Students K-12 by the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) and the Children’s Book Council, this fresh, exciting and accurate title allows bug lovers to get up close and personal with these amazing creatures. 

My daughter Goddess loves all things nature. If you have been reading our posts over time, you would have seen many, many bug photos. Her interest is something we support and make sure that if we see a bug, we safely capture it so that she can study it.

Here she is with a dragon fly from last Summer. She doesn't like spiders but every other insect is fair game.

Goddess couldn't wait to open the Nat Geo Wild Anteater Bug Vac. Look at that face!

The Ultimate Bug-Opedia is amazing too. This 271 page book is full of glorious after glorious pages of insects that are not only interesting but look beautiful too! Who knew bugs could be so glamorous?!

Look at these pages!

Here is our quick video of the book and the fun bug vac with the removable belly bug viewer.

Thanks to Nat Geo one of my readers can win this fun Prize Pack
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Disclaimer: No monetary compensation was received to host this giveaway. I received a complimentary product for my honest review.



Sandra VanHoey said...

I learned you can Join Curiosityville and Receive a Free Subscription to National Geographic Little Kids Magazine!

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I read that In the past 20 years, China has changed faster than any other country in the world

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watched a video of a dog popping balloons - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

Kimberly said...

I learned they offer contests for kids, what fun!

Nancy said...

I learned there's a section on their site for "Little Kids'.

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mrsshukra said...

There is a Recipes section in the NatGeo site!

Seyma Bennett Shabbir said...

I love that they have a games and video section. My sons are 4 and 6 and can learn a lot fromthe website directly!

Nancy said...

I learned they have a Fun Stuff section on their blog.

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Renee said...

I learned this:
There are 25 species of chipmunk, 24 of which live in North America.

Nancy said...

I learned they have a craft section on their site.

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LeeAnn P. said...

I learned that lion Prides can be as small as 3 or as big as 40 animals.

Masquerade Crew said...

The shamrock smoothie has spinach in it. Cool -- helps the green color and makes it nutritious.

Nancy said...

I learned a year of National Geographic Kids is now only $15.

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Sandra VanHoey said...

I learned you can get One-year (10 issues) print subscription for $15*.
Includes Print edition

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