WASHINGTON (Feb. 18, 2015)—National Geographic Kids today launched Adventure Pass, an online subscription that offers kids access to exclusive content on its award-winning website, kids.nationalgeographic.com. In addition to the free primary website, the Adventure Pass serves as an all-access key for kids to explore hours of engaging and educational content in a secure and fun online destination.
“At National Geographic, we are driven to inspire kids to learn about the world around them, and our website has always been a go-to outlet where kids can explore, learn and have fun,” said Melina Bellows, chief education officer of National Geographic. “Adventure Pass gives kids access to even more entertaining and informative content, and parents can feel comfortable knowing it’s a safe online environment.”
Adventure Pass provides kids with exclusive content such as:
· Broadcast-quality streaming shows;
· Interactive games that make learning fun;
· Facts from the best-selling franchise “Weird But True”;
· Amazing animal stories about real animals that have done incredible things;
· Fun avatars so kids can explore as their favorite animal; and
· See-it-first privileges for new website features.
Adventure Pass costs $4.99 per month, $29 for one year or $39 for one year plus a one-year subscription to National Geographic Kids magazine. To sign up, visit kids.nationalgeographic.com.
About National Geographic Kids
National Geographic Kids inspires young adventurers to explore the world through award-winning magazines, books, apps, games, toys, videos, events and a website, and is the only kids brand with a world-class scientific organization at its core. National Geographic Kids magazine (10 issues per year) and Little Kids magazine (six issues per year) are photo-driven publications available on newsstands or by subscription in print and on tablets. The award-winning website kids.nationalgeographic.com excites kids about the planet through games; videos; contests; photos; quizzes; and blogs about cultures, animals and destinations. National Geographic Kids Books is the leading nonfiction publisher with 60 titles each year, including The New York Times best-seller “Kids Almanac.” National Geographic Kids safely engages kids to learn through digital play in the virtual animal world of Animal Jam. National Geographic Kids apps bring the best of National Geographic Kids to smartphones and tablets.