National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 is the best-selling reference book for kids. This reference book is loaded with need-to-know information to help kids excel in the classroom.

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

I went through high school and college researching my papers using newspaper articles, magazines, encyclopedias and reference books. I'm lucky enough to have grown up during a time when computers where just becoming available in schools. The internet didn't happen until I was in my first real job. I remember calling a friend of mine who told me about the internet and asking how do I access and search the world wide web. I've literally watched the explosion of the internet for the past three decades. 

My children, on the other hand, have no idea how to walk into a library, look into a little box filled with cards, called a Card Catalog, and research chosen topics of interest. Human created metadata if you think about it. They simply hop on our laptop and look up whatever sparks an interest to them.  

Did You Know: Africa and Europe are only NINE MILES apart at their closest point? 

Over the past decade of home educating my children, I have amassed a small library right in our home. We have atlases, almanacs, dictionaries, encyclopedias, textbooks, handbooks, non-fiction books, fiction books, classics, and guide books. These are all amazing reference sources that are research tools my kids can use today to simply read (because books are very interesting) or help prepare a paper or project. I have run out of shelf space in our school room, and need more book space!

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

These wonderful reference sources provide answers to specific questions, such as brief facts, statistics, or instructions; they also provide background information on topics of interest; or direct us to additional sources. 

One reference guide that has been around through the entire growth of the internet and my children has been National Geographic. My father used to watch every National Geographic Special on television when I was a teen. Each special  was something unique and well, special on either nature, foreign culture, scientific breakthroughs, and things that were just really interesting. My father sparked my interest in National Geographic so very long ago.

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

I like to believe that I carried on a tradition by introducing my own children to National Geographic. However, my children don't just watch specials on television. We have received the National Geographic Kids Magazine for the past decade (thank you grandma and grandpa!!) {visit natgeokids.com/order to start your very own subscription of National Geographic for Kids magazine} which they adore perusing through.

We have numerous National Geographic DVD collections for unit studies on our shelves, and our personal library is filled with popular kid's National Geographic books we use as reference material or simply for pleasure reading. In addition, National Geographic Kids website, natgeokids.com, has so much to offer my children as well.  I have used this website for many years as supplemental learning for unit stidues. 

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

If you fill your home with books, your kids will read these books. If you fill your home with children's boredom-busting books and almanacs by National Geographic, your kids will read these reference books for fun! And, you will learn so many interesting facts as well, because believe me, your children will read to you all these interesting tidbits!

We recently received the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 for review and I couldn't be more over-joyed with this children's almanac. We also received National Geographic Weird But True 350 Outrageous Facts and 1001 ways to be Creative: A little Book of Everyday Inspiration as well. These are all amazing additions to our home library!

It took me a whole lifetime to paint like a child. - Pablo Picasso

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 is filled with thousands of fun, fascinating facts and essential homework help on a wide range of subjects. This full-color almanac has been completely filled with new content and jam-packed with quizzes, experiments, puzzles, games, activities, jokes, maps, web sites, and much more to get our youth readers excited about learning.

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 is arranged by subject, providing timely and timeless information on compelling topics such as animals, science & technology, going green, culture, geography, history, exploration, space & earth, and much more. The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 is ideal for upper elementary, middle-school  and lower-high school classrooms and libraries and simply a joy to read for both students, parent, home educators and school teachers. The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 is a very user-friendly book  loaded with need-to-know information to help our children excel in homeschool and school classrooms. Readers will find out what's hot for 2019 with photos and facts about favorite topics!

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This up-to-the-minute, comprehensive book is packed full with interesting information and has a kid-friendly, visually appealing format. It is designed to spark interest in learning for just about any ago of reading children, tween or teenager. I am an adult, and I found the National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 quite interesting and appealing! There is even more to explore online: natgeokids.com/almanac.

The National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019 for kids is: 

  • The #1 almanac designed just for kids

  • The bestselling American reference book of all time

  • A New York Times bestseller

  • Completely updated every year

  • Colorful, fun, and informative

  • Packed with puzzles, games, activities, and jokes

  • Filled with kid-friendly facts on every topic from animals, culture, and games, to science, history, and more

  • Great for school reports and homework help

  • Enthusiastically endorsed by teachers, librarians, educators, the media, parents, and children

Presently, National Geographic is hosting a Lions Forever contest in collaboration with National Geographic explorer Thandi Mweetwa, who lives in Zambia and works to help protect lions and their habitats. This is something that is very dear to my oldest daughter as she has been telling me for years now that she herself will work for National Geographic someday and help save all the animals habitats! Visit the website to see the rules to enter and send in your original artwork for a chance to win $500 to host a party for your friends celebrating your love of lions and the importance of protecting them.

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret

We also received the book, Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret. This is the first book in National Geographic's new Explorer Academy seven book fiction series. If your tweens / middle schoolers  or early teens/high schoolers love book series like my own tween does, this is the PERFECT book to pack in their back pack on the first day back to school!

The NEW Explorer Academy book series will fill your children's brains and hearts with adventure, mystery, amazing adventures, science and the desire to learn more. The Explorer Academy book series may even inspire your own tweens and teens to become great explorers themselves someday.  

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

In order for our tweens in find their greatest passions, we parents need to introduce as much adventure into their lives as possible. This is accomplished in the first Explorer Academy book, Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret. My own tween declared to me last school year, after a unit study on space, that she was going to be one of the first women on the planet Mars. Who knows what the next explorer academy book will be about. My tween is hoping it will be on space exploration!

Did You Know: There are giant dust tornadoes on Mars?

National Geographic Kids Almanac 2019

I am going to do everything I can to foster her love of space and her growth in education for her desire to explore space when she grows up. National Geographic feels the same way about our children and that is why they create such amazing content for kids!

The world is but canvas to our imaginations. - Henry David Thoreau

The holidays are coming and these books would all make THE BEST stocking stuffers!

In addition to the Lion Drawing Art Contest, National Geographic is all celebrating the launch of the Explorer Academy book series by hosting a vacation giveaway! The grad prize is a family vacation to Alaska hosted by National Geographic Expeditions! Enter at exploreracademytrip.com.