Who wants to fly and learn to the National Geographic Museum in USA? This is absolutely your chance to win a trip for 4 to Washington, DC, USA to visit the National Geographic Museum! The #PPSGFlyandLearn or the Progress Preschool Gold and National Geographic Fly & Learn Promo is until September 30, 2015 only so you should hurry. Here are some fun facts from the Indiana Jones exhibit at the National Geographic that you surely don’t want to miss!
#PPSGFlyandLearn is going to be exciting knowing some fun facts from the Indiana Jones exhibit.
1:28: Length of the welcome message recorded by Harrison Ford on the tablet they give you to help guide you along.
2: Bullwhips, including the one used by River Phoenix in The Last Crusade.
12: Shot glasses from the drinking-contest scene at Marion Ravenwood’s bar.
3′: Approximate length of the Ark (well, the prop, anyway).
6’2″: Approximate height of Indiana Jones (harrison ford), based on the costumed mannequins on display.
4′: Approximate height of Short Round, based on his mannequin.
My son extremely loves Science. I feel that kids in a circle of generation MI will definitely like the amazing things that they will discover in the National Geographic Museum in USA. I actually posted about this Progress Pre-School Gold and National Geographic Channel Philippines Kids M.I. Expedition FLY and LEARN Promo last July at my post Join the #PPSGXNatGeo Kids MI Expedition. My son and I have fun at the very first mall tour wherein he completed the people smart and body smart challenges. He received two medals for that and #MultipleIntelligence gift packs.
Joining is very simple and easy. Participants must have a child aged 4-12 years old to join.
How to Join in #PPSGFlyandLearn Promo?
- Purchase a specially-packed Progress Pre School GOLD 1.6kg can.
- A scratch card that contains a unique code will be found at the bottom of the can.
- Enter the code in our Registration and Entry Form
Hurry, you better join now! Please see #ProgressPreschoolGold and National Geographic Fly and Learn promo mechanics in the photo below.