Blog-tober Blog of the Week: Week 1

 
October 1st, 2013

Our first pet ‘blog of the week’ is by Penny, the writer and founder of Wildlife Fun 4 Kids.

Penny writes this blog:

– To help parents, who have little rangers-to-be, find activities to foster their love of wildlife and animals

– To convince people that saving wildlife can start by helping children to engage in meaningful activities with and about wildlife

– To remind people that wildlife is everywhere and not just at a visit to your local zoo!

Click here to visit Penny’s Wildlife Fun 4 Kids blog.

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12 Responses to Blog of the Week: Week 1

  1. Penny has such a passion for education about wildlife and nature and does in such an interactive fashion. She is so creative and expresses it in her blog. Love It.

  2. Penny’s enthusiasm for animals and nature in general just shines through her blog. She gifts us with so many ideas to encourage children to interact with and respect their environment. Wonderful blog!

  3. Every blog demonstrates a good knowledge of wildlife and an excellent understanding of what kids love to do and how to engage them in the world around them. Love your work Penny!

  4. Rachel Brown says:

    I love Wildlife Fun 4 Kids. Her ideas are so practical, playful and significant! This blog shares so many great ideas for encouraging a love of animals in children 🙂

  5. Danya Banya says:

    Oh I love this blog – great choice for week 1.

  6. Amie McIlroy says:

    Penny writes a wonderful blog, full of wonderful, creative, nature based activities that inspire our family in enjoying everything the outdoors has to offer.

  7. Jodie Clarke says:

    i truly love this blog…so many great ideas for getting kids exploring and fostering a love of wildlife!

  8. One of the best blogs I’ve read!!!

  9. katepickle says:

    One of my favourite blogs!

  10. This is a great blog and Penny is a true animal lover 🙂

  11. Pauline Soo says:

    I love Wildlife Fun 4 Kids. Penny’s passion to educate kids about wildlife really shines through in all her fun and creative posts. xo P