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Teach Your Children Wild Edible and Medicinal Plants with the Wildcraft Board Game

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As a parent I can relate to this one. There is no better way to learn than to do it while playing a game and having a little fun! Wildcraft! provides the perfect learning experience for the entire family.

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This game is great for parents and their children alike!

Click here to purchase the Wildcraft! on Amazon.

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Wildcraft! is a cooperative “Herbal Adventure Game” where players learn about the many uses of edible and medicinal plants and herbs.

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Focusing on 25 of the most important plants, the game takes you through several unique and diverse ecosystems, providing players and onlookers with useful information about the plants and where they can be found.

Click here to purchase the board game on Amazon.

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Wildcraft! can be played with 1 to 4 people and no prior knowledge of plants or herbs is needed.

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For the parents of little ones, no reading is required for even the youngest of kiddos to participate.

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Enjoy this game with your children or friends and soon enough you and them will be reciting the benefits of plants and herbs you see all over town.

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Great addition to any camping trip, birthday party, or family game night. A great gift for any member of the family.

Click here to purchase the Wildcraft! on Amazon.

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Karen Morgan
Karen Morgan
4 years ago

how do i order this?

Melissa
Melissa
4 years ago
Reply to  Karen Morgan

Under the last picture, there is a line with the hyperlink to take you to Amazon where it is for purchase 🙂

Charla
Charla
4 years ago
Reply to  Melissa

I wish it could be ordered somewhere besides Amazon. I don’t like to fund their politics.

Patti
Patti
4 years ago
Reply to  Charla

There is! LearningHerbs.com. John Gallahger, creator of this game runs it. Great info there too.

Patti
Patti
4 years ago
Reply to  Charla

Mountain Rose Herbs also carries this.

pauline wilcox
pauline wilcox
4 years ago

would also like to know how to order this

Dave
Dave
4 years ago

‘an’ herbal. Would get that changed.

Rashida Blackfeather
3 years ago

So, the person who wrote this is British?

Darrell Smith
Darrell Smith
4 years ago

This is a great game, I have played it a number of times and the kids love it!

Constance Waid
Constance Waid
4 years ago

The illustrations/artwork are wonderful! Done homeschooling now but would have loved such a resource when I was homeschooling. Maybe need to order one to play with the grandkids…..

Amber
Amber
4 years ago

Can it ship overseas?

Catherine Bleish
Admin
4 years ago
Reply to  Amber

I bet if you got it on amazon it could!

Forget it
Forget it
4 years ago

Goddamn US have the most abstruse international shipping costs ever – 30$ shipping on a 30$ product, SURE.
On European Amazon the game goes for 170€, ffs !
Just wow.
Forget it.

Kris Hughes
Kris Hughes
4 years ago

I’m trying to understand what biome/region this game relates to. Maybe somebody can help me out with that.

Lori
Lori
4 years ago

Love the looks of this! I’ve been super adventurous all my life and grew up in the fields & forests on a farm. One thing I’d LOVE to see done is to have an age appropriate way to teach all kids to ‘ask 1st’, type of card/ trap in the game before, trying herbs etc out in real life. Having a ‘Poison’ or ‘Danger’ card of sorts for the look-alike herbs and some MEMORABLE visual clues to keep kids double checking ~ potentially over their lifetime as they discover out world’s flora.

capelya
capelya
4 years ago

Is It possible to have it in french ?

Alyssa Dennis
3 years ago

This is sooooo awesome! I’ve been developing a project called Common Knowledge to engage adults and children in wild plant ID and medicine. My goal with this project is to bring what people have known about plants and their stories back into the realm of common knowledge. I’ve designed a bunch of interactive learning tools just like your board game. One of them is a plant hunting memory card game to help people learn about medicinal plants that grow all around them. All illustrations were done by me from wild edible/medicinal plants I foraged. My project is all about empowerment… Read more »

Jennifer Hillier
3 years ago

A fantastic idea! Huge kudos for bringing the wonders of the natural world into the home for kid consumption. As a naturopath in Canada I work hard to do the same thing, so grateful for your initiative and for this resource that applies to so many regions. All the best in your endeavours to save this nutty place!!