Can you help Stick Man find his way home to the family tree?

Stick Man Activity Trails are based on the much-loved Stick Man picture books written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler, and have been designed to encourage children aged 3-7 years to get outdoors and explore the natural world.

The seven colourful trail boards and associated activities have been designed by Social Farms & Gardens in partnership with Magic Light Pictures, and can be installed at community gardens, city farms and other community green spaces to help engage children and families in the space.

Members of Social Farms & Gardens can apply to install a Stick Man trail at their space. As well as being a great activity for visiting families, it can help you generate income for your site through book and merchandise sales, and by acting as the basis for special events.

See below to preview the trail artwork, and find out about the license, how much it costs, and who can apply in our online leaflet.  

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If you think you'd like to host a Stick Man Trail at your site - apply here!


The trails have been created in association with Magic Light Pictures Ltd. Copyright: © 2008 & TM Julia Donaldson/Axel Scheffler. Licensed by Magic Light Pictures Ltd.


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