Our resources and books aim to inspire children to explore our rich and diverse Earth with curiosity and respect, while also helping them develop the key life and practical skills needed to study natural environments and our past.
They relate to three main subject areas.
Our books aim is to give students insight into what is it like to work in the field and laboratory as an archaeologist, while also teaching them a range of practical and life skills that are transferable to other fields.
Our books aim to help children learn to observe and record organisms, including plants and animals, in their natural environment. These experiences help them to perceive the world around them and build a holistic relationship with Nature. They can also promote mindfulness and relaxation.
Developed with an interdisciplinary approach, our books also aim to help children explore a range of topics, including the Ancient Americas, farming and medicine, art, storytelling and performance, and religion and ceremony
Our Latest Titles
Let’s Record Houses of the Inka By Dr Lisa Dunbar Solas Release Date: September 2021
Let’s Record the Kiandra Chinese Camp By Dr Lisa Dunbar Solas and Dr Virginia Esposito Release Date: October 2021