Celebrating World Cultures Over the Summer

Our Strategy Share series features innovative ideas, projects, and approaches from inside and outside our community of educators. The following post was written by National Geographic Certified Educator Julie Yeros, an elementary educator from Denver, Colorado. Hi! I’m Julie Yeros, an elementary educator and creator of Globe Trottin’ Kids—a global learning website for students and educators. While my home base is in the beautiful state … Continue reading Celebrating World Cultures Over the Summer

Strategy Share: Environmental Literacy and Connections with STEM Californians

Our Strategy Share series features innovative ideas, projects, and approaches from inside and outside our community of educators. This post was written by educator Kimi Waite. Read our Educator Spotlight on Kimi here. Hi to all the global citizens, explorers, and educators! In my previous post, I shared how I use National Geographic Young Explorer Magazine as a powerful tool to empower my students to make … Continue reading Strategy Share: Environmental Literacy and Connections with STEM Californians

Reading is Fun! by Stephanie Harvey

I know that teachers have a lot to juggle. When it comes to reading, you know things can get complicated. Kids simply need more time to read, and they need reading materials that are interesting and enjoyable. Every issue of Explorer magazine is packed with engaging nonfiction content and stunning images—the kind that you expect from National Geographic. Explorer magazine invites kids to be explorers … Continue reading Reading is Fun! by Stephanie Harvey