SnailFarm is part of Spirit’n Art™ Delightful Creations
Spirit in Art Brand (TM) aims to support both children and adults to develop a creative attitude to life and to maintain a sense of curiosity throughout life.
SnailFarm-StorySlime is a Creative Story Writing Project for children between 8-12 years old.
According to legend, The SnailFarm is located in Grandma’ Ogre’s Veggie Garden. The stories of the Snails and the creatures of the Dark Forest are told by Phillipe, the storyteller, Grandma’Ogre’s grandson.
GET A FREE STORY BOOK ABOUT THE SNAILS!
How does it work?
When you purchase a product in our shop, you will receive a colourful short story about the snails in the form of an AMAZON EBOOK (free of charge) along with your purchase. You will also gain access to the SnailFarm-StorySlime Creative Writing Communty, where you can share your stories about the snails! You can also attend our Annual Competition! Read more about the Annual Creative Writing Competition below.
SotrySlime Creative Writing Competition
ENTER THE COMPETITION by finishing this story. We have started a story called ‘Where is Baboon?’ Go to this PAGE (CLICK) to read the the beginning of the story that you can continue and finish for your competition piece. On THIS PAGE (CLICK) you can find the GUIDESLIMES (guidelines) on how to write your story.
Collectibles & Limited Series
Snail Products that you can buy in our SHOP (CLICK) are collectibles. You can only purchase them for a limited period of time. Each story that we publish on AMAZON is part of a limited CAMPAGNE. A CAMPAIGN usually lasts for three months. During each CAMPAIGN only those SNAILS prints can be purchased that play key parts in a particular story. You will receive the story along with your purchase. Please see details in the shop.
My name is ILDIKO. I am a creative educator. I have worked as a teacher and coach for the past 25 years. I have created the Snails and the Creative Writing Project so you can exercise your creative muscles and become part of an active creative team. As a teacher, I often find that you and your peers are often mere spectators of others’ endeavours.
This surface offers you a place to get creative and become a collaborator!
Read more about me and my other creative projects on my main website (CLICK)