We love learning how families get creative to bring joy and happiness to their households! We recently connected with one of our Wanderwild families, the Poels, who blend both Christmas and Hanukkah traditions in their home. They’re sharing with us some wonderful ways to celebrate the two holidays together.
We love gifting special unique items. And we LOVE a theme. So our favorite gifts to give are themed gifts! 💝 We've rounded up 12 days of themed gifts that go perfectly with each of our packs. Follow along and knock out some of your holiday shopping with these sweet ideas!
Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to gather and celebrate. But this year’s celebrations may look different for many. Although the food will be plenty, the gatherings may be less as people have plans to make Thanksgiving a more intimate affair. We’ve come up with our best virtual ideas on how you can stay connected to your loved ones this Thanksgiving!
They say gratitude changes everything, and that's never been more true than this year. It's not only important for us as parents, but such a powerful tool to teach our children. We love it when we get the opportunity to show our kids how to apply simple life lessons and what better way to do it than with a fun activity.
Memorable experiences and meaningful traditions are at the heart of Wanderwild. Each season we offer printables to kick-start your family’s journey to getting creative and enjoying adventures together. Under the “Make Memories” tab on our website you will see free downloadable activities the whole family can enjoy all year long.
We receive questions periodically about the best way to print these PDF's. So say no more, we've got some suggestions for you!
We love any reason to teach our kids to express gratitude. Veterans Day is a great way to impress upon our kids the honor and sacrifice of the men and women who have served in our armed forces, and the resulting freedom we enjoy each and every day.
We're sharing a few of our favorite ways to honor Veterans Day in our homes. If you have your own traditions, please share below in comments!
Dia de los Muertos, also known as “The Day of the Dead”, is a Mexican holiday celebrated in Mexico and the United States on November 1-2. The multi-day holiday involves family and friends who gather to pray for and remember friends and family members who have passed.
Here are some ways you can celebrate Dia De Los Muertos with your family:
Our home state of Colorado has experienced three of its largest fires in history and continues to battle many more fires across the state. Our hearts are broken for the many communities ravaged by wildfires this year. In this month of October and as part of our Wild With Heart initiative, we are donating a portion of our proceeds to organizations helping families affected and to frontline firefighters who are working tirelessly to put out these fires. So you'll know with each purchase, you're also contributing to the recovery of beautiful Colorado.