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13 Tips for Photographing Nature #NGKInsider

13 Tips for Photographing Nature #NGKInsider

Pin It My eldest has a growing interest in photography, especially nature photography. As a National Geographic Kids Insider, I had a chance to listen in on a chat with photographer Kelley Miller talk about how to photograph animals. We also found out how we can be part of setting a Guinness World Record! First, here are some tips for photographing nature from Ms. Miller, illustrated with her photographs and a few of mine: 1. Be patient. Pin … Read entire article »

Filed under: Art, Featured, Science, Sight

Literacy and Technology with LeVar Burton and @NGKids #NGKInsider

Literacy and Technology with LeVar Burton and @NGKids #NGKInsider

National Geographic Kids got me and some of my fellow “National Geographic Kids Insiders” on the phone with LeVar Burton (of Reading Rainbow, Star Trek, and many other initiatives and projects) to talk about literacy and technology. Before heading over to our chat, LeVar Burton was taking pictures of the National Geographic Beehive for the Great Nature Project–can’t wait to see his photos! Pin It When he arrived, he was charmingly enthusiastic to have bumped into Oceanographer … Read entire article »

Filed under: Literacy, Technology

Daisy Girl Scout Crafts and Activities for Earning Petals

Daisy Girl Scout Crafts and Activities for Earning Petals

What are your favorite ideas for earning Daisy Girl Scout Petals? I led my daughter’s Daisy Troop the past two years, with lots of help from a co-leader and some other parents, and we had a great time! As a new leader, however, I often struggled with planning out the year and figuring out requirements. Through the help of the council website and Google, though, we managed to piece things together. Pin It Here is a list … Read entire article »

Filed under: 5-6 (Kindergarten), 6-8 (Early Elementary), Featured, Intrapersonal