In the box;
Badger’s Parting Gifts by Susan Varley
Badger knew that his life was coming to an end, he was old and tired, but he wanted to try to prepare his friends for his death.
Heartbroken, his friends started to remember all of the things that Badger had taught each of them leaving each with a parting gift.
This story helps to explain that whilst we may not be able to physically see our loved one who has died, they can still remain an important part of our life.
-A set of 8 acrylic paints with brushes to decorate the box and give it a personal touch, which can then be used as a keepsake/memory box for them to keep their precious mementos
-Fimo animal craft kit (design may vary), oven-hardening modelling clay.
-Magnetic fridge fob to hold a photograph
-Notepad with pencil (colour may vary)
-A set of 12 washable fibre tipped pens
-Craft supplies including buttons, sequins and PVA glue
The concept is to help families and carers to have open and honest discussions with the children in their care, by using the box and it’s contents to help them prepare for or manage bereavement, through crafts, art therapy and the story.
The box is a premium, contemporary, streamline and elegant look white box measuring 30X30X9cm
White matt laminated finish throughout.
Concealed magnetic snap shut front flap closure.
Adult supervision required.