With summer just around the corner, this couldn’t have come at a better time. Each item in the Explore the Outdoors kit is perfect for educating children and getting them outside. Enter for a chance to win the entire set, or click on each item to purchase individually.
Explore the Outdoors with National Geographic!
Ultimate Explorer Field Guide: Birds – Miss K pounced on this book before I even got a look at it. It’s a field guide of North American birds. It has photos and information about dozens of birds. They’re divided up by characteristics rather than alphabetically, but there is an alphabetical index in the back for quick reference.
My daughter has carted this book around with her everywhere since we got it. She’s gone on several bird watching excursions in our backyard and in the woods nearby. She even brings it on errand runs in case she sees a bird at the grocery store. 🙂
Get Outside Creativity Book – My second daughter snatched this activity book up and immediately started working. She loves creative endeavors, so this book is perfect for her. She’s spent hours doing the activities, running outside, cutting, gluing, and coloring. I have looked for ways to get her outside more, and this book was the perfect inspiration.
Caterpillar to Butterfly (board book) – It’s funny how every book in this outdoor kit coordinated perfectly with each of my kids and their interests. This board book was instantly claimed by my baby, and we’ve read it several times together. The simple text and beautiful photos are perfect for keeping her engaged through the whole book. She really likes the big caterpillar and the butterfly. It’s a book I’m glad to have on her shelf because it’s educational and different from the fluffy baby books she has. You’re never too young to learn the life cycle of a butterfly!
Pocket Binoculars – I was blown away by the quality of these binoculars. My kids have had various plastic toy binoculars in the past and they were quite excited to receive these. My oldest daughter has used them frequently to watch animals and birds in our backyard. I’ve used them too, and I’m impressed that they managed to make binoculars that are both kid-friendly and powerful enough to get a good view of birds living in the woods behind our house.
Enter the Explore the Outdoors Giveaway!
One winner will receive the entire Explore the Outdoors Nat Geo Kids kit.
Ends April 30, 2016
Entrants must be 13 or older or have their parent/guardian enter for them. Winner must respond to my email with in 48 hours or a new winner will be chosen. Contest is void where prohibited by law.