School’s Out!

1-5th August 2022

In aid of students being on holiday from school, we have devised a week of interactive kids programming. All LIVE and interactive, this is a chance for children to ask their guides questions, enter competitions and learn more about the beautiful animals in our world. Guides will tailor each show so as to be engaging for kids allowing parents a chance to get their work done. This week will also be a great chance for families to watch and interact together.

WildEarth Kids aims to Connect kids with nature. We want to Inspire the next generation of conservation ambassadors by enabling them to fall in love with nature and in turn want to conserve it in the future.

Kids Programming 6:30am – 6:30pm 4:30am – 4:30pm 6:30am – 6:30pm 12:30am – 12:30pm

Why Choose WildEarth for your kids?

Some information on lions, leopards and hyenas you might encounter on your safari.

Shout Outs!

If your child would love nothing more than to hear their name on television, WildEarth will be doing shout outs in the first hour of the sunset safari every day from 1st to 5th August. All we need you to do is click on the button below and fill out the form which will allow us to add your child or children to the list. Filling in this form means you have agreed to allow us to mention your child’s name on the show.

You need to be registered on our website.

Click here for a shout out!

Send in your videos!

One way of allowing children to connect to nature is by watching other children in nature. We would love to hear from your kids showing us nature on your doorstep. It could be a butterfly or flower in your garden or maybe some geese by the water in your local park.

If you want to film your child in nature or help them film nature themselves, then make sure your phone is turned sideways, in landscape mode, and keep it to a minute or less.

You need to be registered on our website.

Click here to upload your videos

WildEarth Kids Merch!

WildEarth has created a range of special clothing for our WildEarth kids to wear when they join us for a LIVE safari. Check out the range in our three shops:-

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Frequently Asked Questions.

We understand that nature can be graphic. We’re committed to avoiding overly graphic content during the five days from 1st to 5th August, such as mating, hunting, carcasses, etc.

It is important to realise that WildEarth Kids and safariLIVE are not classrooms and there is no agenda or curriculum in the show. While we appreciate the opportunity to connect the content of these live safaris to what your kids might be learning, our naturalists will always focus their discussion on what is happening on safari.

The most common animals we see on safari are lions, leopards, elephants, zebras, hippos, giraffes, meerkats, and various bird and insect species

In return for your live safari experience, we encourage you to send thank-you videos, pictures, drawings or letters, from the kids.

**Unless permissions are specified by you, these will remain private, and shared only amongst the WildEarth crew. They help us to connect with the young minds we reach through the WildEarth Kids Program.