Passport to an Amazing Childhood

The Nature Play WA ‘Passport to an Amazing Childhood’ program is an exciting, interactive and fun way to get active and outdoors!

 

The idea is to get kids (3-12+) outside by completing a series of fun, low (or no) cost "missions".

Watch this short video of the passport system before you get started. If you're a teacher/carer wanting to register a group of children, watch this short video on how to register more easily now!

Missions are delivered through our signature passport booklet, available FREE to Western Australians. 

The passport has ten "mission" pages, stickers and suggestions on great places to go and things to do outdoors. Also, at the back, there is a list of  '15 things every kid should do before they’re 12.'

For those looking for more missions, an exciting online interface (which is optimised for smart phones and tablets), allows kids to earn virtual points for completing outdoor activities. These points can be used to build avatars and to win great prizes!

The online interface includes more than 200 missions, great prizes and more.

It is all about getting kids (3-12+) to run, jump, climb, splash, invent and play!

 

The Passport

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Already registered? Log in here!

 

 

What's on offer?

  • Easy to use online interface.
  • Heaps of missions.
  • Optimised for smart phones and tablets.
  • Option to skip missions kids don’t like.
  • Collect points to build an avatar.
  • WIN awesome prizes.

 

Bulk Orders

Passports have been oTwo young boys with passportsffered to P&Cs at primary schools around Western Australia. If you are at a school that has not received passports and would like to, ask your P&C to make a bulk order (more than 20) for your school. We are also happy to post bulk orders of passports to playgroups, day care centres, sporting associations, or any group that works with children aged 3-12.

 

Bulk pasport order form

 

Need help? Check out the FAQ page.

 

 

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