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What does National Geographic think of Mission:Explore?

November 4, 2010

Mission:Explore is bold, cool, exciting, innovative, geographic, educational…and just plain fun! I was thrilled to work with the Geography Collective to create seven special freshwater missions in celebration of Geography Awareness Week in the U.S. I am confident that these missions will help kids gain new perspectives on the fascinating geography of fresh water—in their own backyards, and across the many ponds dotting our Earth. Mission:Explore motivates children to engage in early scientific investigation and creative play in outdoor and real-world settings.  Every curious kid, budding geographer, and responsible parent should have a copy!” — Sarah Jane Caban, National Geographic Education

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  1. Roderick permalink
    November 4, 2010 20:25

    I’ve grown up with the National Geographic. As a kid it provided a wonderful insight into our amazing world, and one the few means of doing so. We had no web or David Attenborough and only in my dreams could i visit those exotic places. And now it provides great advice on how to engage my own children in a world inundated with information. Mission Explore looks like a great hands on no nonsense fun tool that’ll get my kids turned on to adventure instead of turned on to the video games. Count me in. Cooltastic as my daughter would say.

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