Children are such inquisitive and eager to learn little beings, especially preschoolers. They’re fascinated with colors, sounds, and how things work. They’re audacious, uninhibited, and blatantly candid. They want to know everything and ask relentless Who, Where, What, Why, and How questions! And they love touching, tasting, and test driving new things. Their curiosity never seems to cease.
As parents, we want to nurture our kid’s sense of wonder and encourage them to explore the world around them. But we also want our kids to have a healthy respect, compassion, and love for people, animals, and nature. Some of the best teaching aids for kids are National Geographic resources, and they have a line of books devoted to educating children. They answer the probing and unrelenting How, Where, Why, What and Who questions kids want to know.
Little Kids First BIG Book of Where
The National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Where is a stunning book that kids will resonate with. It answers the Where questions. The book is broken down into four empowering location chapters. Secret code: Dragon Sea Slug.
* Chapter One: Where Can I See That?
* Chapter Two: Animals Everywhere
* Chapter Three: Where Did That Come From?
* Chapter Four: Where Can I Find That?
Filled with fascinating facts, vibrant full-colored photography and graphics, and insightful answer, kids can pour over the pages to glean understanding and increase their wisdom.
Chapter one explores Earth’s extremes and other natural wonders. Chapter two travels around the world to bring you some of our most remarkable animals, from the loudest to the animal to the biggest snake. Chapter three shares where some of the best inventions come from like who invented certain board games or who created the first bicycle. Chapter four will take readers on a journey to some of the world’s most famous and fun man-made places like supersized roller coasters, tallest buildings, twistiest roads and so much more. The National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Where is a perfect educational resource and kids love it.
Each chapter has data pop-ups, intriguing maps, fun quizzes and games, and other interesting points that teach while making learning a blast.
Disclaimer: I received complimentary product to facilitate a review. All opinions are my own, yours may differ.