So what are we all about here at Time Traveller Kids?
Time Traveller Kids is all about history for kids. We love history ourselves, and if I could go back in time to the Stone Age for the day I’d be there like a shot. It is therefore our mission to bring the past to life in a touchy, messy, smelly, tasty, fun way because that’s what really engages children and fires their passion to learn more.
Yes, we want our kits and projects to be fun, but we also want to make sure that they are well researched and accurate. With a background archaeology it is important to me that the facts we use are evidence based and in line with what kids are learning at school so you can rest assured that your children will have a positive learning experience.
Our kits and projects are not just about colouring in pictures or sticking together ready cut designs. We actively encourage children to use their imagination and creativity and make up designs of their own. Usually they will leave us adults gobsmacked by the amazing original ideas they come up with.
As a mum of three kids I have spent many a rainy afternoon making various craft projects on the kitchen table. I know that using poor quality art supplies, dried up paints and too thick brushes just lead to frustration. That is why we always try to use good quality materials, like paints with vibrant pigments and brushes with pointy tips!
As a company we try to source our materials as much as possible from other British companies and to be as eco-friendly as possible. I know what it is like to have a house full of plastic junk when you have kids and we will try not to add to that if we can. Most of our packaging can be reused or recycled. We want a long lasting and happy relationship with all of our customers, suppliers and stockists, so customer service is always a priority.
Thanks for taking the trouble and time to find out more about us.
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