Win a Subscription to National Geographic Kids Magazine

We have the perfect holiday gift for your kids, nieces, nephews, and grandkids. Give the gift of National Geographic Kids Magazine this holiday season! National Geographic has a long history of making learning fun for kids, and encouraging them to explore the world we live in. We absolutely love National Geographic Kids Magazine, and inside of every issue we enjoy learning about things animals, scientific facts, and the great outdoors. Each issue is jam packed with fun and interesting facts, and fun activities for kids.

National Geographic Kids Magazine Giveaway

Right now you can order a National Geographic Kids Magazine Gift Subscription (10 issues) for just $15!

As National Geographic Kids Insiders, we are excited to bring you this awesome giveaway for a one year subscription to either National Geographic Kids (ages 6-14) or Little Kids (ages 3-6) Magazine. Giveaway is open to U.S. readers, ages 18+, and ends on December 8, 2013 at 11:59pm EST.

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Disclosure: As a National Geographic Kids Insider I receive special access and the occasional product sample. I receive no monetary compensation as part of this program and have no obligations to National Geographic Kids as part of this program.

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    • Terri says

      its great that kids like books these days bc out of our 6 kids I only have 1 child that loves her books and will read 24/7 if I would let her… If u can not read u can not do any other subject:)

  1. Nicole Lancaster says

    I plan to give the subscription to my 6 year old niece. She loves looking at my National Geographic magazines when she comes over to my house. She would love a more age appropriate subscription of her own.

  2. Michelle Ness Arana says

    I would love to win this for my daughter because she loves anything with nature! We have a lot of National Geographic books that we love to read.

  3. Faye Mc says

    It’s a great opportunity to learn about animals and see beautiful photographs of them from one of the best magazine. It would be for my little one.

  4. says

    I’d love to win this for my Godsons 2 little children. They love to read and love any kind of animals so I know they would really enjoy receiving these every month.

  5. Leslie Rigsby says

    I would love to win this for my daughter to use in her classroom of 1st graders. It would be a great learning supplement.

  6. Terra Heck says

    I’d like to win this for my nephew. I think he’d like it because it’s interesting and educational. Thanks.

  7. Dorothy Teel says

    I love to encourage my grandchildren to read and I love National Geographic and I think that the National Geographic Kids would be great to keep them interested in reading and the world around them. Thank you for the review and reminding me this is an option for Christmas

  8. jennifer cervantes says

    my 4 girls would love to share this, we just ended the zoobooks subscription and they need something new.

  9. bianca roman says

    I’d love to win this for my son 4year old! I’m trying to get him interested in reading and it’s not working so well

  10. Katherine Blankenship says

    I would love to win this for my 2 older sons to read. They are 9 and 6 1/2. They both love to read and are on fire to learn as much as possible!

  11. Mary Somerville says

    It would be a great way to get my kids interested in learning!I have some National Geographic books that we all enjoy. It is always fun for kids to get something in the mail,too.

  12. Jessica H. says

    My youngest daughter LOVES Nat Geo books, so I would give this to her. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  13. David says

    I would give it to my son, but I think I would enjoy it as well because TV has taught me that I am not smarter than a fifth grader.

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