He walx like a fox.

Yep, you read it right. He walx like a fox! Today was such an inspiring day, I had to write a post about it.  I feel so privileged and blessed to be an Adventure Interventionist with trust and permission from family and education system to get a child outside every week!  For over 5 years, I have worked with the … Read More

Hummingbird Guides Training – coming soon!

Hummingbird Guides Training is coming soon! Thanks to The Nature of Play Conference – Hosted by the Nanaimo Child Development Centre – Oct 5, 2016 It was a real privilege and pleasure to attend this highly educational and professional conference this weekend.  I knew it was going to be motivational and educational because Hilary Leighton and Dave Segal are incredible people … Read More

Stuck In The Mud

For one so young, there is no thought as to what may happen after acting on an impulse. To a young girl, a ditch full of thick, wet mud looks like a great deal of fun; but what happens after the fun? Out for a walk on a cloudy day (I added this: with the Wild Craft Play group and … Read More

A Little more about Caving…

After the first taste of caving, the yearning begins. With each caving adventure… …the desire gets stronger and stronger until it is a ravenous hunger waiting to be fed. Although caving is an exciting sport, it can also be risky. Imagine going into a cave, crawling down at a slight decline, then coming out into a huge cavern. It takes … Read More

Gratitude for Community Storytellers

Saturday, December 12, 2015 was our VERY FIRST Community Quest and it was EPIC! It was an epic adventure for many reasons. One can only assume it was due to the new experiences, the familiar faces, the curious merchants, the real gold, the quests, the storyteller, and of course the wind, the rain, and the community engagement of businesses and … Read More

Tell us your vision for your children

Welcome to the first post for Wild Craft Play.  Thank you for taking the time to read and follow us! We would like to know your vision for your children. I have been studying children in play for over 15 years, and now, as I finish my Masters Thesis in Adventure, I have just come across a Ted Talk from the … Read More