Herb Fairies

Picture your children 15 years from now… Imagine them confidently gathering the healing herbs that grow around them.

Get Herb Fairies

From the creator of Wildcraft! An Herbal Adventure Game, comes a new twist on the most ancient form of teaching.

We are finally revealing the secret “children’s learning system” that Wildcraft! creator Kimberly Gallagher has been writing for nearly three years.

It’s a “magical tale of plants and their remedies.”

This is an adventure that teaches kids, without them even realizing that they’re learning.

If you ever wished you knew this stuff when you were little, now’s your chance to learn and pass on your passion.

We’ll also give you some really fun, free things you can do with your kids this week.

Parents, grandparents and kids at heart will want to know about this.

 

Did you hear the exciting news?

Our friends at LearningHerbs have just announced a new herbal learning experience for kids!

 

Herb Fairies ~ A Magical Tale of Plants and Their Remedies

 

So fun!

Kimberly Gallagher (the creator of the Wildcraft Board Game) has written 13 interactive books that teach children about plant identification and herbalism through the art of storytelling. In this series, a group of friends discover that herb fairies and other magical beings exist all around them. Together they learn about medicinal plants and work to restore healing plant magic to the world.

This special collection of herbal children’s stories has been in the making for over 3 years and includes activities, coloring sheets, recipes, and more!

Here’s a sneak peek…

 

Visit HerbFairies.com now to watch a video about the Herb Fairies and learn more about this upcoming series!

Herb Fairies

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