Our World is a balanced four-skills series with age-appropriate National Geographic content that motivates and excites young learners of English and helps them use English as a tool to learn about and interact with the world.
National Geographic video inspires and motivates young learners.
Our World Readers encourage reading for fun, and bring storytelling into your classroom.
Free online activities and support are available for teachers and learners at myNGconnect.com
Read the riddles. Find the classroom objects!
Where is the frog? Is it on a leaf? A flower? Come explore a mountain and its many animals.
A family wants the giant turnip in their garden. They work together to pull it out of the ground. They pull and pull and pull. Will that turnip ever come out? Read and find out!
Three little bears leave their house and go for a walk. What happens when a little girl comes into their house and discovers their food, their chairs, and their cozy beds? Read and find out!
A tailor makes "magic" clothes for a king. But no one can see these "magic" clothes! Will the tailor trick the silly king? Read and find out!
When a little girl leaves her room, what happens to her toys? Does her puppet stay on the shelf? Does the doll sit quietly on her bed? Or does something more interesting happen? Read and find out!
Read and watch as children and animals compare parts of their bodies. Are the girls' eyes like the frog's? Is the boys' mouth like the hippo's? Is the girls' hair like the llamas? Read and find out!
Little Red Hen is making some delicious food. Cat is watching. But he is not helping. Will Little Red Hen share her food with him anyway? Read and find out!
When it starts to rain, a butterfly flies into a shed. One by one, more animals join the butterfly. How many animals go into the shed? And will they all fit? Read and find out!