National Geographic, who has become a central destination for families to find engaging and inspiring content during this time. Continuing on that mission to support families at home, National Geographic provides resourceful and engaging ways to encourage families to celebrate the planet together this Earth Day, April 22nd.
Newly launched, NatGeo@Home is National Geographic’s hub filled with enriching learning resources helping parents and teachers find content for kids and students that will keep them engaged and empowered to make the world a better place. Celebrating Earth Day all week long, the hub’s offerings will inspire families to celebrate the planet from home. From engaging animal videos and DIY projects and daily live talks from National Geographic Explorers. Nat Geo has set up a virtual base camp to keep the spirit of exploration and adventure strong for kids.
In addition to the NatGeo@Home online resource, National Geographic is also encouraging families across the globe to bring the wonders of the wild world to their neighborhood with an Earth Day Neighborhood Safari, as a way of staying connected with both nature and each other. Families can design their own “safari stop” with the resources available on NatGeo@Home and can encourage their friends and neighbors to do the same while sharing your safari shots on social media with #NatGeoEarthDayAtHome!
The campaign is meant to bring neighborhoods all around the world together during this time of isolation.