Are you looking for something different to buy for the holidays? How about sending your family and friends a little bit of Maine!

Our Family Weekend Kits provide you with the opportunity to spend quality time with your elementary age children.  

Hands-on activities allow children to engage their senses and explore the outside world in the comfort of their own home!

Enjoy hands-on activities such as creating your own Rangoli Design, dissecting owl pellets and playing cards!

Play with natural materials collected from the fields, forests and coast of Maine!

Biomimicry: Transportation includes: ~informational lesson and activities ~playing cards ~owl pellets, bamboo stick, hand lens ~magnetic rock and fillings ~clear pan to work on ~natural materials collected in Maine

Biomimicry: Transportation includes:

~informational lesson and activities

~playing cards

~owl pellets, bamboo stick, hand lens

~magnetic rock and fillings

~clear pan to work on

~natural materials collected in Maine

Geometry in Nature includes: ~informational lesson and activities ~playing cards ~clay ~colored sand ~symmetry activities ~natural materials collected in Maine

Geometry in Nature includes:

~informational lesson and activities

~playing cards

~clay

~colored sand

~symmetry activities

~natural materials collected in Maine

“My son very much enjoyed unpacking the box. He was especially delighted to unwrap the burlap bundles. ‘This is really cool’ oh look!  What is this, mom?’ Loved the crab claw.”
— Karen R. Cincinnati, OH, Homeschool mom
“I have to say the kits have been wonderful. Living in the city with two working parents is the ideal scenario where the kids get lost in television, computers, phones and iPads. Since we received your kit my daughter and I have been paying more attention to nature than ever before. It’s amazing how many things in nature we take for granted like the birds chirping, listening to crickets at night, etc. without thinking about why we are hearing those noises (it’s summer and the birds are in town). It’ll be interesting to follow your nature kit instructions and monitor what happens from season to season. It’s a great way to get outdoors and appreciate what nature has to offer. There is so much learning to be had without opening a book!”
— Eileen M. Boston, MA, Mother