NGK Publishing, publishers of National Geographic Kids magazine in the UK, are pleased to announce the launch of their new series of online special editions, giving children a new way to enjoy brilliant video clips about subjects that fascinate them.
"We’ve been busy in the NG Kids tree house over the last few months selecting our favourite videos and creating something extra special... NG Kids Alive!" says Tim Herbert, Editor of National Geographic Kids magazine. "All you need is a computer, laptop or tablet with an internet connection, and you can watch all the best clips in one place — hosted by Max and Taz, our National Geographic Kids explorers."
National Geographic Kids Alive! takes documentaries and breaks them up into fun, bite-sized chunks, specially edited with children in mind. Viewers can sit back and enjoy hours of great content, handpicked by the National Geographic Kids team. Each subject — from sharks, space and dinosaurs to big cats, Ancient Egypt and more — teaches kids facts and inspires them to find out more about their world.
"Unlike YouTube and other video sharing sites, where children can unwittingly come across unsuitable themes and comments, National Geographic Kids Alive! provides a safe viewing environment which is perfect for learning and having fun," says Tim.
"Each video clip is accompanied by a text commentary from our explorers, Max and Taz, who provide extra facts and information with a funny twist. They watch with you and make you giggle!"
National Geographic Kids Alive! is available at www.ngkidsalive.co.uk and is priced at £26 for 12 months, which includes six new topics a year and access to any back issues.
For further information, please contact Peter Johnson, Marketing Manager, National Geographic Kids magazine.
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