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National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Television Show – Not TO Be Missed!

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National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Television Show - Not TO Be Missed!We live in the technology era, and it is becoming increasingly difficult to get out children excited about the world we live in when they can just look at pictures of it on their tablets, smartphones, and laptops. Whatever happened to getting up and going outside and taking a hike and checking out the Autumn leaves firsthand, rather than just sharing a few photos of pretty Fall leaves on social media?

When my nephew Jayden is at my house, we have one rule, we only use electronics for educational purposes – and that means TV too! But, believe it or not, with the hundreds of channels our cable offers plus all of the streaming devices, it’s actually pretty difficult to find educational TV programs that actually are enjoyable for kids, and don’t put them and myself to sleep. Luckily, National Geographic Kids recently partnered with FOX on an exciting new TV show, “Weird But True.”

National Geographic Kids is a staple in our household. We have the books, the magazines, the board games, and the videos. National Geographic has been making learning fun for kids with hands-on activities and exciting and interesting lessons for literally decades now, and all of the kids in our family’s favorite part of the magazines is “Weird But True.” When I heard they were turning it in to a TV show I was thrilled, and so was my nephew!

This month National Geographic launched “Weird But True!” educational TV show Saturdays on FOX and weekly radio show on SiriusXM’s Kids Place Live channel. The FOX TV show channels vary, and you will have to check your local listings, new episodes air on Saturday mornings.

National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Television Show - Not TO Be Missed!The “Weird But True” section of the National Geographic Kids Magazine debuted back in 2004, and has been a huge hit ever since, so it only seems fitting that they dedicated an entire television program to it. The series is super educational, but also FUN, and teaches kids an overwhelming amount of bizarre and unbelievable facts that are actually totally true. For example, this weekend my nephew Jayden learned that tornadoes can dig a hole in a ground up to three feet dip, plus he got an awesome lesson on pirates and how scuba divers search for treasure and artifacts under the sea.

National Geographic Kids Weird But True! Television Show - Not TO Be Missed!“Weird But True” is hosted by sibling duo Charlie and Kirby – and they certainly make learning fun. If your little one is as obsessed with the new FOX show as my nephew is, you might also want to check out the Nat Geo Kids books. National Geographic has released over 21 “Weird But True” books, and sold over 4 million copies! They have an all new one debuting in November 2016, and my nephew can’t wait to add it to his collection. I’m actually secretly looking forward to its release too.

If you want more information and never before aired special segments of “Weird But True,” you can head over to the official website right here. And, don’t forget to follow @WeirdButTrue on Facebook and Twitter. Every Wednesday they release a whacky and fun new “Weird But True” fact!

For more information and fun Weird But True! online content, visit HERE!

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27 Comments

  1. Angelic Sinova says

    Weird But True sounds like a fun new series for kids! I love National Geographic Kids so much. It’s so important to get kids interested in the world around us.

  2. Alli Smith says

    Finally – a TV show that I’ll feel good about the grandkids watching when they come over for a slumber party. This looks like one they will really enjoy.

  3. Chris Lewis says

    This sounds like a show both my kids would find interesting and it is a reality show that should be family friendly which is great!

  4. Jacqui - @TradesofJacqui says

    I’ll have to see if my daughter may be interested. She used to love things like this. But, as she’s almost 16, we may have to DVR it to make sure she can watch it lol. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Cindy says

    I’ll definitely need to check this out with my kids – I love it when new educational shows come out – it helps balance some of the garbage on Tv 🙂

  6. Christy Maurer says

    My kids would have loved this when they were little! I love weird facts! My son really loves watching Myth Busters, so he might actually like this show now!

  7. Stephanie Jeannot says

    This reminds me of the believe it or not museum. It is amazing how many fascinating things you discover in that place. My little nephew would enjoy this!

  8. Jenn @ EngineerMommy says

    I love Nat Geo. We always find fascinating shows on that channel that we then always tune in for. This sounds like a great show – worth checking out for sure.

  9. Jeanette says

    I love National Geographic! They have so much stuff that is so interesting to watch. I know my son would absolutely love watching this.

  10. Pam says

    I have always been a fan of National Geographic. This Weird but True show sounds like something my daughter would have loved as a kid.

  11. Pier says

    Ooooh, this seems like such a cool and enjoyable show! Something I would’ve definitely watched as a kid!

  12. Jennifer says

    I knew they had the books out, but had no idea there was a TV show too! I am so telling all my customers about it!

  13. Sarah says

    Wow this sounds like a really cool show. I love that there is a National Geographic channel for kids!

  14. Liz Mays says

    Now this sounds like a fun and educational show. I’d love to learn some Weird But True facts about nature.

  15. Bella says

    This sounds like such an awesome kids show! I have been finding a lot of the children’s programming pretty painful lately so we will have to check this out.

  16. jennifer says

    national geographic always does the best stuff for kinds learning about nature. love their regular magazine too — and this does sound like a neat show.

  17. Teresa says

    Yes! My daughters love this show! Then they come to me and give me every single detail they learned and the use these facts on their brother!

  18. Sara says

    My kids love this type of tv show! They also love to read the National Geographic books.

  19. Jasmine Watts says

    I love National Geographic and would absolutely love watching this show. They have so much interesting stuff!

  20. Jessica Cassidy says

    I LOVE watching Geographic Channel myself, that channel always fascinates me with amazing animal videos and facts that you make them love more.

  21. Chubskulit Rose says

    This sounds like a show my kids would love to watch. I will be telling them about this so they can watch it.

  22. Teresa Martinez says

    National Geographic is truly informational and educational. Glad to know there is a show for kids that can provide the same valuable info with the fun factor.

  23. Janice says

    We have some National Geographic magazines for kids but we’ve never seen the Weird But True tv show. Would love to check it out. I’m sure my curious 5-year-old will love it!

  24. Ria C says

    Even if I’m not a kid anymore (but a young at heart and an inquisitive mind too!), I would enjoy watching this kind of docu show esp if it’s from National Geographic.

  25. Nova says

    Seems like a good idea since National Geography Channel gave them the opportunity to share their knowledge to inform kids about what’s truly truth is also weird.

  26. len reallady says

    I would love to catch it in National Geographic Channel. It sounds a good show for my little miss.

  27. Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen says

    MY daughters loves shows like this. I bet she will find Weird But True and interesting show. Wait till I tell her about it.

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