Easter Already? Avoid Chocolate With Unique Children’s Gifts.


We all understand the importance of providing a well balanced diet for our children on a daily basis. Yet, when it comes to Easter, birthdays and other special occasions it is inevitable that they will be bought chocolate, sweets and treats.  As this Easter approaches, how about leaving the treats to friends and family, and instead purchase one of the unique children’s gifts that will keep kids occupied for weeks, not just Easter Sunday.

Vegetable stories familiarise children with names and appearance

Enjoying a story together, participating in the magic of growing, and cooking a tasty meal develop healthy life skills.

In 2009 we launched a new range of books for children that aim to teach kids the importance of eating healthily by showing them how to grow and cook their own fruit and vegetables. Truly eco-friendly children’s gifts, each activity book is printed in the UK on recycled paper with vegetable oil based inks and contains a fully illustrated story book, a packet of organic seeds, growing instructions and an easy to follow recipe.

At the Secret Seed Society we believe that making healthy activities more fun for children, is often a much more successful way of getting them to eat healthily. Our activity packs take children on a journey from plant to plate, encouraging them to get their hands dirty in the garden and the kitchen.

All children love cooking with Mum

Open-ended recipes teach about taste and texture in cooking.

Priced at just £4.99 each, we think these books are an excellent alternative to an Easter egg this April and packs can be purchased easily through the Secret Seed Society shop on our website.

The Secret Seed Society experience doesn’t have to stop with the books, we also have a Seed Agents Club. Just log on to ‘Join the Seed Agents’, and the kids can get  involved in activities, enter our competitions and submit their own illustrations.

To learn more about the principles behind our organisation and how you can get involved, you can read more here. You can also show your support by liking us on Face Book or following us on Twitter.

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