Wildlife Safari – Taking Kids on an Adventure

Wildlife Safari, the latest activity kit

Mothers of my generation will agree that we stayed outdoors more than our children have. We have played with a sense of gay abandon. Some of us may have played outside for 3 to 4 hours in a stretch; can we imagine that for our children? Anxious that we are, for our children may fail to bond with nature we travel to nature resorts and wild life destinations on our holidays.

While at home we try to engage them in activities that can help connect with wild world literally! Various programs have been dedicated to help educate future generations on the importance of saving wildlife. Kids in their growing are the most open-minded and can make a difference in future. It is necessary that responsible parents make an impression on their tender minds with right kind of activity kits. Introduce your child to animals and wild habitats with Wildlife Safari! Help them make that virtual trip to jungles in the comfort of homes.

Wildlife Safari, a play-based activity kit.

The jungle drums are beating! Our wild furry friends are roaring! Is your little Tarzan and Mowgli ready for a jolly adventure? Swing from trees, rescue animals, and live under a canopy of green with this month’s Flintobox!

Flintobox recently launched a play-based activity kit ‘Wildlife Safari’ to creatively introduce children to wild animals and their habitats. The box contains 5 hands-on activities with which kids explore the different aspects of jungle life.create wildlife safari

Wildlife Safari adds the fun element to learning with its experiential activities. Designed for the age group of 4-8 years, the box has a story book, a game, a puzzle, a binocular as well as an engaging art activity! All animals, all nature and all people have a right to life, don’t they?! The box teaches kids about animals and birds from across the globe along with exciting wildlife vocabulary. Each activity is designed catering to different developmental skill sets in a child which includes coordination, cognitive and gross motor, creativity, exploration, language, and social skills. This makes kids engrossed with meaningful content and keeps them away from TV and screen addiction – which is what most kids succumb to during summer vacations! Wildlife Safari is a guilt free time pass for the kids. It makes them learn whilst exploring their creative side.

Those kids who constantly engage themselves in gaming, texting and television develop little connection or appreciation for nature. Their daily lives revolve around technology and not the outdoors. If at all you have to use technology, use it to teach more about nature topics that interest kids. It would be wise to use tech time to increase your knowledge of nature and the things you can do to protect it.

Flintobox produces theme-based subscription activity boxes on Early Child Development for children between 2 and 8 years. 90% of brain development happens by the age of six. Early experiences and positive interactions during the age of 2-8 years determine the overall development of children for years to come. Every month, the unit delivers at the child’s doorstep, exploratory and play-based activities to teach concepts and help him/her develop skills/habits. It also has theme-based activity kits for 2-3 year old kids (Color Carnival) and 3-4 year old kids (Jr. Color Scientist). The products are completely designed by game designers, Montessori and pedagogy experts and child psychologists. Crafted with kid-friendly materials, the box is shipped all across India with COD available in certain areas.

Disclaimer: NO animals were harmed in the making of this box!

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9 Responses

  1. This flintobox activity is launched right in time to coincide with the summer vacations. It would be great experiential learning tool with lots of fun for the kids. Thanks for sharing this Indrani 🙂

  2. Well presented, Indrani. Seems a useful product for the children 🙂

  3. Kalpana says:

    Looks lovely.

  4. Arun says:

    Good information (y)

  5. Very well presented Indrani, This seems to be quite an explorative box for kids 🙂

  6. yogi Saraswat says:

    Very well written Indrani ji . Your’s this post will give a gift to kids in this hot summer . could not read you regularly as I was not in touch of internet at all .

  7. Kala Ravi says:

    Would love to visit this! Well-covered!

  8. Ami says:

    Seems like fun. Will be checking it out for sure. Might just make a good gift for my niece.

  9. Jyothi D'mello says:

    It sure is a creative and fun box… great for kids to keep them interested.