Earlier this week, National Geographic introduced NatGeo@Home, a digital resource for families looking to fill the gap with practical, educational, inspiring and entertaining content. From boredom busters and games, to videos and live daily tasks with National Geographic Explorers, NatGeo@Home aims to help inspire young people and support caregivers by offering a one-stop destination.

Nat Geo Kids Books is offering lively learning activities with a new series of downloadable worksheets filled with exciting experiments, workbooks, and fill-in-the-blank activities to help keep things educational yet fun.


You will also find content from popular book series such as the Weird But True books and Zeus the Mighty, a middle-grade series where Greek mythology meets cute talking animals.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

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