The National Geographic Kids Channel is one of our most favorite channels because of the great program they offer. When watching a show on National Geographic, we know that it’s educational and a good choice for us to watch as a family.
This weekend we watched a really cool show on optical illusions and our 6 year old was entranced.
We were able to review the Roku streaming stick and tested it out watching the National Geographic Channel. It’s super slick and easy to use. The set up is easy and effortless.
The National Geographic Kids Roku channel offers over a dozen free full-length children’s videos, which currently include the cartoons “Toot’s Arctic Adventure” and “When Iggy Met Jiggers/ One Fine Day”, and videos on hockey skates and beetles.
A monthly or annual subscription will give you access to the full video library, with hundreds of videos in the following series:
- Amazing Animals
- Are We There Yet?
- Iggy Arbuckle
- Making Stuff
- Mama Mirabell’s Home Movies
- Toot & Puddle
As a National Geographic Kids Insider, we are able to offer this Giveaway!
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