Help your kids remember their travels and inspire them to dream of new ones with some original and whimsical wall art. Children Inspire Desig
Designed for small hands and big minds, Our Earth Interactive Map educates children on who inhabits our earth and how to care for it. Devoted to global education and educational art, the map enables children to explore the world at home and to appreciate the natural world around them. Available in print, tapestry, and gallery wrapped canvas, it includes 40 reusable nature-themed stickers and retails for $65 and up.
A memory holder and geography lesson in one, My Travels USA Map will make travel bugs out of children. Hoping to raise children to become global citizens, the map includes 16 reusable star stickers to plot past family adventures and to plan future ones. Available in print, tapestry, and gallery wrapped canvas, pick from 24×18″ or 36×24″ as it retails for $38 and up. A frame can also be purchased with the print version.
Children are highly visual learners, and Our World Alphabet caters to that. From furry animals to colorful plants, this is another nature-themed piece that empowers kids to care for the earth. Available in print, tapestry, and gallery wrapped canvas, pick from 11×14″ or 18×24″ and blue or grey as it retails for $29 and up. A frame can also be purchased with the print version.
Learning goes beyond the classroom with Children Inspire Design’s playful and wonderful artwork, all of which is made in the U.S. and can be found online at www.childreninspiredesign.c
Artist, mother, and social entrepreneur, Rebecca Peragine, founded Children Inspire Desig
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