98 responses to “National Geographic Kids Almanac Giveaway”

  1. Reg Herzog

    I learned how to “Beach Bowl”.

  2. Brenda

    subscribe to the Savvy Housewife RSS feed

  3. Brenda

    follow on twitter
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  4. Kathy Scott

    Wow what a great website. I can’t wait to show it to my boys. They will love the games and videos. They love to learn.

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    google reader subscriber

  7. Jennifer M

    A bald eagle’s name comes from the english word balde for white.

  8. Jenn S.

    I learned that in the stories section they currently have a story about the Statue of Liberty being gifted on July, 4, 1884. Neat! My kids will love this site!

  9. Amanda Campbell

    I learned about the new baby red panda born at the national zoo. It’s so cute.

    The National Zoo’s female red panda Shama gave birth to her first cub on June 16! This is the first red panda born at the Zoo in15 years. Red pandas are an endangered species–there are only about 2,500 red pandas left in the wild. But if you visit the Zoo, you may be able to see Shama and her little one from the upper viewing platform on the Asia Trail.

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  10. Louis

    there are all kind of short videos about animals

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  12. RACHEL

    In the past 20 years, China has changed faster than any other country in the world. Get facts on China.

  13. Ed Nemmers

    There is a story on the site of International Coastal Cleanup!

  14. kelly

    I didn’t realize National Geographic has so many different publications for all ages! What a great resource! Thanks!

  15. kelly

    I subscribe via Goggle Reader. Thanks!

  16. Sheila

    We learned that in 2-4 years, tadpoles become froggies!

  17. kelly

    I loved your Super Girls story on the Blond Mom Blog. I posted a comment after that. SO cute!!

  18. Heather B

    Europasaurus is the smallest dinosaur species ever found

  19. Susan Smith

    They have games and activities on their website

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  21. Ro

    I learned that before detergent is used on the wildlife affected by the oil spill, they first have to rub them down with vegetable oil which breaks down the heavier oil. Unfortunately, not all the wildlife cleaned will survive. 🙁

  22. Shiela Hickmon

    I learned that they have a cool recipe for Berry Good Cake!
    Thanks!
    .-= Shiela Hickmon´s last blog ..Newest Nutball- =-.

  23. Justine

    I visited the NG Kids website and I learned that Bison are the same as Buffalo and they are the heaviest land animal in North America!

  24. Amy Delong

    I saw they have games that look fun but they learn something to!

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  25. Amy Delong

    subscribe to rss feed through google

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  26. Melissa B.

    The have lots of games, activities and videos for children.

  27. Kimberly

    I learned that they have some kid’s activities listed on their site. The Cat Grass looks like fun!

  28. Kimberly

    I subscribe to your feed.

  29. susan smoaks

    i learned that we love to play pluto’s secret

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    rss feed subscriber

  32. MamaKat

    The Bald in Bald Eagle actually means “white”.

  33. kathy pease

    Since 1986, National Geographic has helped to build a national network of K-12 teachers, college geographers and educators, school administrators, and others dedicated to improving geography education. The Geography Alliances, which operate as grassroots organizations, along with Education & Children’s Programs and other key partners, work to promote geography education at local, state, and national levels. Your local alliance can help you apply for grants and extend your skills

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  35. Denise Whisenhunt

    Checked it out with the 6 year old. Never mind her I did not know the bald eagle was from balde (meaning white) never even thought about the bald eagle not being bald

  36. Casey B

    I learned that they have fun, educational games for kids.

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  39. Casey B

    I subscribe via google reader

  40. Casey B

    I have your button on my blog
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  41. Tiffany Pettey

    think this is awesome for my son to get for school
    .-= Tiffany Pettey´s last blog ..MAKE EZ MONEY FROM HOME =-.

  42. Charlie Lawrimore

    Wow I didn’t know that, a bald eagle

  43. Tiffany Vandermark

    I learned that there is a new baby red panda at the national zoo and it is adorable! My son will love this stuff!

  44. Gianna

    They have recipes!

  45. Meg

    Wow…. even my three year old liked looking at this site. I loved the article about coastal cleanup…..

  46. Kelley Dolliver

    I see that these science-based article swill be perfect for my son’s summer project – he has to pick one envionrmental issues and discuss it. He’s so excited.

  47. Kathy S

    I learned that a one year subscription to National Geographic Magazine for Kids is available for only $15 a year! I had no idea, and plan to subscribe to it for my two granddaughters who love nature and animal programs!

  48. Casey

    I leard that National Geo has a monthly magazine designed for my kids, not just the “regular” NG that we love. Thanks
    .-= Casey´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday

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