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Exploring Nature with Young Children

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We ship single orders via US Media Mail. Special shipping requirements, such as alternative labeling or palleting or expedited delivery will incur additional shipping and handling fees. Orders outside the United States may ONLY be placed by phone. Please call the Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies for fee amount.



Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature With Young Children is available for purchase to individuals who are unable to attend training for $25.95. However, not only does training allow individuals to receive guides at little or no cost, but participants benefit from the professional development and additional resources provided by the training sponsor.

Discounted rates are available for Head Start and Head Start employees. Orders can be made by contacting the National Office at 713-520-1936.

Bulk Discounted rates ($20 each) are available for orders of 50 or more. Bulk orders can be made by contacting the National Office at 713-520-1936.

Shipments to Canada and other countries: Please call the National Office at 713-520-1936 to place an order. The prices listed on our online store include shipping for US-based customers only. Shipping to Canada and other countries must be calculated separately.

For all other orders within the United States, visit our online store.


Join Us For Training!

You can also receive Growing Up WILD materials by participating in an interactive, hands-on workshop designed to meet the needs of early childhood educators and caregivers. Professional development workshops are offered by Project WILD State Coordinators. Please see our listing of Project WILD State Coordinators for contact information and to learn about workshops in your state. Groups purchasing bulk materials through the national office will also have their contact information forwarded to their Project WILD State Coordinator so they may be informed of training opportunities.



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