April 13, 2020

National Geographic Introduces Digital Learning Portal for Young Explorers

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  • Little explorers are in for an adventure with National Geographic’s digital hub for kids, NatGeo@Home!

    The family-friendly digital hub features videos, quizzes, lessons, and even experiments that will not only entertain but also educate your little explorers while they’re at home.

    From quizzes to experiments, you won’t run out of things to do with NatGeo@Home

    NatGeo@Home also allows access to the National Geographic Society’s Learn at Home portal that contains a curated collection of K-12 content that parents can apply at home. Further, resources found in the portal are categorized by grade which makes for easier learning.

    The Learn at Home portal

    NatGeo@Home also has a function called the Explorer Classroom where students can get connected to National Geographic Explorers across the seven continents. The classroom presents live video events with topics such as climate change, animal photography, and environmental conservation.

    The Explorer Classroom is available during weekdays at 2 p.m. EDT. With this live classroom, they’ll be able to learn directly from National Geographic Explorers. You can access their line-up through the Explorer Classroom page.

    All Explorer Classroom events are free and open to the public.

    The Explorer Classroom is held through Youtube livestream

    Apart from videos, quizzes, and lessons, NatGeo@Home also has a selection of podcasts with topics ranging from marine life to astronomy that you can share with your kids and teens.

    Podcasts available at NatGeo@Home

    This digital hub puts particular emphasis on skill-building lessons, social studies, science, and geography—all with a bit of fun so that your kids don’t get bored while learning.

    Don’t stop your pursuit of knowledge, check out NatGeo@Home for lessons, quizzes, and activities that you can do!

    For more information, you can visit NatGeo@Home’s official website. You may also visit National Geographic’s official Facebook page

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    Source: National Geographic

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