Watch the New National Geographic Kids Channel With Roku #Giveaway

National Geographic Kids Channel Roku
 
Curious kids just got one more resource to keep them exploring! 
 
As a National Geographic Kids Insider, I recently had the opportunity to preview the newly launched National Geographic Kids channel on Roku. The channel gives young fans of National Geographic Kids a new exciting way to explore subjects that spark their interest in the world. Kids go on an adventure with fun-filled shows packed with amazing animals, original music videos, and National Geographic‘s stunning cinematography. These programs are designed especially for kids from 4 to 10, but younger and older children will also enjoy the fun.
 
National Geographic Kids Channel Roku
 
This was my first time trying out Roku and I found their new streaming stick (HDMI® version) to be an ingenious piece of technology. The stick which resembles a USB stick plugs discreetly into the HDMI port for a streamlined look. You can stream from more than 1,500 channels of movies, TV episodes, music, news, sports, kids’ shows and free programming in HD quality.  
 
The streaming stick comes with a sleek remote that allow viewer access the Roku user interface with shortcuts to movies, TV shows, news, the Roku Channel Store, Roku Search and more. I really enjoyed that the remote transmitted well to the streaming stick. I have a Blu-Ray player that also acts as a streaming device and the remote transmits horribly. I will definitely use the Roku Streaming Stick to do our streaming from now on. 
 
The Roku Streaming Stick retails for $49.99 and is available in retail stores and from Amazon.
 
Giveaway
 
Celeb Baby Laundry is giving (1) lucky reader (1) Roku Streaming Stick (HDMI® version). 
 
The contest is open to residents of the United States and Canada (Channels limited). To enter this giveaway please use the giveaway box below (takes time to load).
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The winner must provide their shipping information in order for the item to be sent.

Disclosure: I am part of the National Geographic Kids Insider program. I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.