Triple Bundle Lock Down Special! 22% SAVING
Sunflower seeds plus......
The Nüdel Kart Mini, plus....
Watch the Nüdel Kart documentary - The Wheels of Wonder
You will have access to the movie for 72 hours. We will send you a link!
You will receive a sunflower planting kit which includes approximately 150 tested seeds.
All profits go to Playground Ideas who will donate Nüdel Rovers to schools in Australia who are doing it tough.
The amazing Nüdel Kart Mini is a complete palm sized replica of the original classroom sized Nüdel Kart including over 200 FSC certified Plywood pieces, Food grade silicone tubes and connectors and fabrics.
Nüdel Kart Mini allows children stuck at home during the COVID - 19 crisis home endless possibilities for Creativity, prototyping, STEaM learning, experimentation and the list goes on and on and on. With billions of different combinations and connections it offers your child endless possibilities to create anything that their brains can imagine.
Nüdel Kart mini is:
- Made from completely natural and non-toxic materials
- Designed for completely free-play and experimentation. The pieces are designed not to look like toys so the child’s brain is prompted to do anything that it wants to do.
The Wheels Of Wonder follows the incredible journey of non profit "Playground Ideas", creating and developing the Nüdel Kart to impact children across the globe.
About the movie:
“The Wheels of Wonder follows a team of ambitious social impact creators as they enter Lebanon’s capital, Beirut, with a curious project. Their mission: to trial and test an unusual prototype play cart with the hope of improving the lives of refugee children through “loose parts” play.
The project is led by Marcus Veerman, founder and CEO of Playground Ideas, a not-for-profit providing open-source playground building resources which benefit children all over the world. Veerman’s passionate and skilled team includes a Product Designer, Play Specialist and Technical Lead. Despite plenty of planning, the group face numerous challenges whilst constructing and trialling a material-based prototype in a country which is currently home to an estimated 1.5 million Syrian refugees.
This thoughtfully told story highlights the importance of play, which is said to be as crucial to a child’s brain development as food and sleep. The film shines a light on the immense challenges facing those who have been forcibly displaced, but transcends politics with uplifting moments of strength and resilience in the face of adversity.”