True or False Animal Cards - National Geographic Store
Two sets of National Geographic cards are included, Land Animals and Bird and Sea ..
Strange question. I can remember in the 70's national geographic had cards that had a full color picture of an animal or dinosaurs or fish etc, on the back of the picture card was facts, like where it was from, how big it got, what it ate for food, etc etc. Do they still make such a thing...
National Geographic offers six landscape and animal themed cards you can select and personalize with a greeting that can be emailed to your favorite geographer. Similar to ESA’s e-card option, you can type in a greeting, and enter the recipient and sender information. National Geographic also gives you the option to select a day when you want the card emailed or you can opt for the print option.
Animal Wall Calendars, Art & Stationary | National Geographic Store
Enjoy a year of National Geographic animal wall calendars
I thought someone might be able to help me out with a vexing memory. As a kid growing up in the early 80s, I remember ads running continuously on Nickelodeon for these animal trading cards that you could order from TV. They came in a green carrying case, and you would get new ones sent to you each month. I seem to think that they might have been National Geographic, but I could be wrong.Kids are crazy about animals… they crave collector cards…so what better introduction to wildlife than these bold, exciting animal cards from National Geographic! The stunning photography will grab kids’ attention, and the true or false facts on the back will teach youngsters about creatures around the world. A popular offering in magazine and successfully tested with its discerning young audience, these cards-in-a-box are easy to handle and fun to use. The set includes 44 action-packed animal photo cards printed on sturdy 3 1Ú2-by-5-inch stock…plus a colorful foldout brochure. Everything comes in a bright storage box, so it’s kept tidy and easy to grab from the home bookshelf or classroom resource cabinet. Equally fun for independent use by older kids or read-aloud with little animal lovers, this portable reading and learning tool is a versatile addition to the National Geographic children’s list.National Geographic Animal Jam mainly accepts credit cards and Animal Jam retail gift cards, Zeevex gift cards, AJ Outfitters gift certificates, PayPal, or BilltoMobile. National Geographic Animal Jam does not state in their terms that they accept debit cards or personal checks. However, you could link your debit card with your PayPal account and use it to pay your membership fee.5. Collect Wild Animal Cards In each issue of National Geographic Little Kids your mini-adventurers can collect Wild Animal Cards. As their collection grows so will your kids’ knowledge about the world’s wildlife.