January 7, 2016
DIY Dinosaur Toy Ring Holder

DIY Dinosaur Ring Holder

Need a fashionable way to keep all your rings in one place? Why not create a beautiful dinosaur ring holder using one of our brachiosauruses? These […]
January 7, 2016

Adjective Learning Flashcards featuring Safari Ltd® 2016 Dragons

Having fun is a great way to learn. No matter what age, incorporating fun into your lessons helps improve learning. This is especially true for children. […]
December 22, 2015

DIY Snow Globe Jar

With the holiday season literally upon us, what better way to get into the spirit than with a homemade DIY snow globe? Our figures make great […]
November 16, 2015

Give something personal this holiday season

If you are looking for a beautiful, simple, personalized and thoughtful gift idea, this is it. Animal figurines have been experiencing somewhat of a comeback. As […]
November 4, 2015
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Thanksgiving DIY: “I’m thankful for” Free Printable

It’s a part of the Thanksgiving tradition to … well… give thanks! What better way to decorate your Thanksgiving Day table than with the gratitude of […]
November 4, 2015
Educational Flashcards on Powhatan Indians

FREE Educational Flash Cards featuring Powhatan Indians TOOBS®

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! While we’re getting ready for the season by planning delicious meals and gatherings, we don’t want to lose sight of […]
October 23, 2015

A special sneak peek at Safari Ltd® 2016 products!

New products mean new projects and learning games for your little ones… How does a classic toy company stay ahead of the curve? Creativity and listening […]
October 14, 2015
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Behind the Scenes Jewelry Talk with Felice Caffrey of Dinosaurs for Tea

Fall fashion is kawaii. We had a chance to catch up with Australian jewelry designer Felice Caffery. The crafty Aussie and self proclaimed “dinosaur bedazzler” has […]
October 6, 2015
Halloween cupcakes featuring our Designer Toobs

Spooky DIY Halloween Cupcakes

Halloween is fast approaching! As we get closer to this spooky holiday, kids start having Halloween parties. Whether it’s at school or home, you want to […]
October 6, 2015
Good Luck Minis in Treat Bags

Halloween DIY Trick-or-Treat bags with FREE printable!

It’s that spooky time of year again! When children think of Halloween, they tend to think of pumpkins, scary things, costumes and candy, of course; trick-or-treating […]
September 2, 2015
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DIY Labor Day Barbecue Decorations

The end of summer is near! No worries though, you can still have one last awesome cookout on Labor Day! Get into the worker’s day spirit […]
July 28, 2015
Life Cycle of a Ladybug

Free Safariology® Life Cycles Learning Flashcards

Back to School is upon us! Parents, children and teachers everywhere are beginning to gather supplies and shift back into school mode. We couldn’t be happier […]
May 5, 2015

Learn about animals with our DIY game featuring Safari Ltd® TOOBS®

We love discovering new games and ideas to educate children on animals! This very easy, DIY board game is a wonderful interactive way to develop your […]
March 30, 2015

Bernie the Alligator and Mascot Extraordinaire

Being a mascot is no easy task. Wendy, Flow, Mr. Geico Gecko… we’ve all got some pretty big responsibilities. I myself feel lucky Safari Ltd® chose […]
March 30, 2015

Toys Over Technology

Guest Blog Post by: Elise Duryea, M.A., CCC-SLP Did you ever wonder if there was one toy that you could purchase for your child which would […]
October 31, 2014

The Origins of Halloween

The origins of Halloween coincides with the autumn harvests and the coming of winter, as bringing the foods in from the fields was nearly complete and […]
July 25, 2014


Heracles (or Herakles) is the traditional Greek name for Hercules, but is more commonly known to us as the latter. There are infinite variations of the […]
July 21, 2014

Hints in the Rocks: China’s 9th Wonder of the World

  A grotto is a man-made cave or recess molded by human hands, which typically flood with the rains or the rising tides that submerge the […]
July 9, 2014

John James Audubon

Few men wore so many hats as John James Audubon. Although famous for his ornithological artwork, Audubon also taught dancing, operated a mill that ground grain, […]
July 3, 2014

Celebrating with a Bang: Fireworks

Fireworks illuminate the night sky at special events here in America, and many other countries around the world. The origins of fireworks have different stories and […]
June 30, 2014

Theodore Roosevelt: Cowboy Conservationist

Theodore Roosevelt was not just the 26th president of the United States, but a pioneer in the conservation of America’s natural resources. Theodore did not create […]
June 26, 2014

Chauvet Cave Named New World Heritage Site!

  When three French spelunking explorers discovered Chauvet Cave in Ardeche Valley in Southern France in December of 1994; they had stumbled upon preserved cave paintings […]
June 24, 2014

Dead Men Do Tell Tales

Count Byron Khun de Prorok is a figure somewhat shrouded in mystery. Few know of him or his written exploits, nor his travels in various regions […]
June 13, 2014


Paraskevidekatriaphobia, also referred to as Friggatriskaidekaphobia, is the bizarre name of the phobia associated with the ominous Friday the 13TH; an eerie day in which some […]