Give the Gift of Wild Time

Have you heard about Project Wild Thing?  Based in England, it’s the brainchild of David Bond.  He was distressed at how different his children’s play lives were from his own, and wanted to find a way to market nature and outdoor play to children and their families.  The movement is based around a feature-length film, which you can view here.  I hope you’ll carve out some time to watch it … it’s truly inspiring.

As you wrap gifts and stuff stockings this Christmas, consider giving something that will cost you nothing but will mean the world to your kids … the gift of play time outdoors with you.  The Wild Time Gift Voucher is available as a free download on the Project Wild Thing website.  If you need a few ideas to get you started playing outdoors with your kids, download the free Wild Time App (available for iOS or Android).  Or check out our post about how to get around the most common outdoor play complaints.

Wild Time Gift Voucher

A gift that’s free, I don’t have to wrap, won’t need returned, gets us away from our screens AND makes my kids happy?  Sounds like a Christmas wish come true!

This post is not sponsored or endorsed by Project Wild Thing.  I just love what they stand for and wanted to share it with you.