Rachel Jepson Wolf The Unplugged Family Activity Book

Last updated: August 4, 2020


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In our analysis of 36 expert reviews, the Rachel Jepson Wolf The Unplugged Family Activity Book placed 11th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Get ready for kid-approved ideas that celebrate the great outdoors year round! Whether you’re building forts or making fresh cider, there’s something for every kid and every season. What might unfold if we put away our devices for an hour, a day, or even longer? What adventures await, when we press pause on technology? The Unplugged Family Activity Book invites you and your loved ones to connect, create, and celebrate all year long. With more than 50 projects, crafts, and recipes, plus ideas for seasonal celebrations to share with family and friends, there’s fun to be had, all through the year. Host a springtime tea party, where you’ll nibble shortbread cookies and make a mossy teacup fairy garden. Or gather with friends for a summer potluck party. Blow giant bubbles, race leaf-and-bark boats, or camp out in your own backyard. In the fall, enjoy a harvest party with your friends! Create a fall leaf rainbow, sip mulled cider, and bake bread over a campfire. When winter comes, celebrate the longest night of the year with twinkling ice lanterns. Try your hand at candle dipping and pen your wishes for the coming year. In The Unplugged Family Activity Book, you’ll fall in love with every season–wherever you call home. So grab your family and friends, and get ready for an adventure that will last all through the year!

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

This is a lovely, well illustrated book of nature activities for families to do together, broken down by season.
The book is divided into sections based on the seasons. For instance in spring, there is a suggested scavenger hunt. Summer suggestions include a bark and leaf boat regatta, while for fall, you could make bonfire bread or baked apples. One of the winter suggestions is building a snow fort.

What reviewers didn't like

The only area that has knocked down the star rating for me is the edible plants and herbs for some activities in the book as there is no information on what plants are edible and safe and what herbs are best to use that are edible and safe too.
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