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The Little Kid sizes work for both my 3- and 5-year-olds, and they also have a Big Kids size that is 7. Both masks have adjustable ear ties and are made from percent cotton. The Busy Bee masks are a fairly standard percent cotton mask, but very well made. If your child has trouble finding a mask that fits correctly, this is a good one to try.
Most of the same care tips for adult masks also apply to kid masks. My children are staying at home, so they don't have to wear a mask very often. But when they do, these few tips have helped. Be positive! Your kids aren't going to wear their masks if you constantly complain about yours. If yours doesn't fit properly or you just don't like it, find one that does. I also have a few extra masks that my kids can practice putting on their favorite stuffed animals. Find masks with fun patterns on them.
My kids each have favorite patterns and get excited about the chance to wear their rainbow mask, truck mask, or cheese mask. Fit their mask before going out. I make sure the mask covers Little Kids child's face completely and that the ear loops are adjusted before we even leave the house. They'll never waste two precious minutes waiting for me to fiddle with a nose wire before running across the park.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Subscription Length: 1 year Verified Purchase. Sad, after a long wait. I have had bigger pamphlets from Jehovah's Witnesses, free and delivered to my door! I grew up on National Geographic. I am bummed. I like the cards inside, but they're flimsy paper and won't be around for the next baby Little Kids is a great magazine for toddlers and preschoolers. Kids will probably enjoy the content best, while 5 and up might be more interested in National Geographic Kids magazine.
It is refreshing to see a kids' magazine that is completely ad-free and not plastered with cartoon characters! The magazine profiles a lot of unique animals, and includes a variety of activities such as matching pages, look-and-finds, etc. While the magazine is somewhat small 6x8 inches, and 24 pages an issue, including the coverit is the perfect size for little hands, and is a great size for throwing in a purse or diaper bag.
These magazines have saved us while waiting in restaurants, the doctor's office, etc! This is so adorable. I subscribed for my 2 year old and I went through it with her a little worried all she would get out of it was looking at pictures which are great on their own but she actually really enjoyed listening to me describe everything to her. I would read the short articles to her and then I would summarize them in a simpler way.
She'll point out "ears! After reading about elephants in one of them I asked her if she Little Kids to watch a video on elephants and I found one on youtube and so she watched a short video on it. I thought it was a nice way to supplement what she learned and get her excited to learn about nature.
I plan on continuing that way when the other editions arrive. Also, there are little animal cards with bits of information attached in each magazine that she can collect. She's looking forward to the next one already. I will say that the magazines are not delivered in a plastic bag. They are taped together on the edges with stickers and you need to be careful opening it, Little Kids. Slice it with a letter opener or knife because you can damage it otherwise.
They arrive a little scuffed, not in pristine condition, but i suppose it's better for the environment than using plastic and might also be cost saving. As others noted, this "magazine" is very thin and print quality is not what I expected from NatGeo. You'd be better off buying a book. Had problem cancelling the subscription - apparently it has to be done through the agent that sold subscription and it somehow went out of business within 2 months of the subscription start.
Buyers beware! I was very disappointed that this was more of a cheap circular than a magazine. The content is fine, I just expected the physical product to be better.
This is my first magazine subscription trough amazon and I was a little puzzled with some reviews about delivery problems and delays for several magazines. But due to its bargain price I just gave it a try.
I subscribed a month or so ago and was disappointed with the estimated delivery date given at the time of order which was 4 months from the time of order. To me it was ridiculously long to process a subscription, but the first issue was delivered in one month so I assume that estimated delivery was refering a safety window not to let customers have high expectations. So I was happy it came way sooner. It is a pocket size magazine and has around 20 pages or so. Very good pictures and some other activities were included.
I agree with the other reviewers who say that it can only keep a child busy for a few days, but to me that is not a drawback. My son goes through it for a few days and then forgets it for a few weeks and when he finds afterwards he goes through it again for some more time.
Besides, if we manage keeping the physical integrity of the magazine and have a few issues accumulate, then I am sure he will be more than happy to go back to previous ones.
This is not a newspaper that would get old in a day. Another good thing is that it has no advertisements at all. For some other child magazines, I heard parents complaining that nasty videogames and junky foods were advertised so that harm overweighs the benefits but for this magazine that is not the case, so you are safe The magazine could be better if it was may be double the size and frequency, once in every two months for this size of magazine is hard to understand, especially for a group like National Geographic which has access to lots of different nature photos and stories all the time.
So it is not something to depend on, but rather something that would show up in the mailbox when it was totally out of your mind and keep your child entertained for a few days or so I thought this was going to be a great subscription, with lots of memorable stories for the kids but I was disappointed. This magazine is small, it almost feels like it should be an Little Kids that comes free with your regular National Geographic magazine. The content is fine, but again, nothing special.
Every issue has these little cards that kids can collect, but the paper they're printed on is too thin and kids crumple it very easily. Since it's for little kids, I think stickers would work better. Or a different type of paper. See all reviews.
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