Kids Corner

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We have a variety of gear designed with kids in mind, because kids ❤ wolves, babies do too! (And that’s why they howl at night—babies, that is.) All of our items are carefully designed and one of a kind, ethically sourced and environmentally friendly. We also offer a variety of creative, thoughtful gifts, greeting cards, home decor, and apparel ⁠— check out our menu at the bottom of this page!

For artistically inclined kids, check out our free coloring pages (also at the bottom of this page), yours to download and print! Get your creativity on!

Our favorite! “Raised By Wolves” for kids. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, follow this link, or tap image below for details on kids tees.

For “Raised by Wolves” kids hoodie sweatshirts, follow this link. For baby tees, follow this link. For toddler hoodies follow this link. For baby one-piece (long and short sleeve), follow this link.

For “Raised by Wolves” accessories such as stickers, water bottles, notepads, throw pillows and totes please follow this link. And if your mom or dad are jealous because you were raised by wolves, and they were not, tell them we made tees and hoodies for them too!

“Geometric Wolf” for kids. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, follow this link, or tap on image below for details on kids tees.

For “Geometric Wolf” kids hoodies, follow this link. For baby tees follow this link, and for toddler one-piece (long and short sleeve) follow this link.

For “Geometric Wolf” toddler hoodies follow this link, or tap on image below.

For “Geometric Wolf” accessories such as stickers, water bottles, notepads, throw pillows and totes please follow this link.

“Rewild Your Heart” for kids, available in tees and sweatshirts as shown below. Follow this link, or tap on either image below for details.

We also offer a “Rewild Your Heart” for toddlers, available in a variety of colors, follow this link for details. For “Rewild Your Heart” babies, follow this link.

“Kids Love Wolves” available in kids tees and sweatshirts, toddler tees, and also in a baby one-piece. Follow this link or tap on image below for details.

“Wolf Love” kids tees, available in white only. Follow this link, or tap on image below for details.

For “Wolf Love” kids hoodies follow this link. And, of course, this item is also available for babies! Follow this link for baby one-piece details.

A world without wolves would be like a world without bees! Both are essential! Which is why we created our next product, “Save Bees!”

“Save Bees!” kids tees, available in a variety of colors. Follow this link, or tap on image below for details.

“Save Bees!” is also available in baby tees, follow this link for details, for baby one-piece (long and short sleeve), follow this link. For accessories go to the Save Bees main page here.

“Earth Day Everyday” for kids. Available in a variety of colors and sizes, follow this link, or tap on image below for details on kids tees.

For “Earth Day Everyday” kids hoodies, follow this link. For baby tees follow this link, and for toddler one-piece (long and short sleeve) follow this link, and for toddler hoodies follow this link. For accessories such as stickers, notepads, or travel mugs follow this link.

Are you a vegan? Well, we have just the tee for you!

“Live Vegan” kids tees! Follow this link, or tap on image below for details, available in a wide variety of colors.

For “Live Vegan” baby tees follow this link. For long and short sleeve baby one-piece follow this link.

Wolf Fun Facts

Wolves live in groups called packs and are led by the alpha pair. A pack is a family of 2 to 30 individuals, the average size pack is seven to eight wolves with a mom, dad, and offspring. The wolves’ communication skills are very important to the pack’s survival.

Wolves work together to hunt, raise their young, and protect their territory. Wolves communicate with more than howls. They whimper and whine, growl and bark, yelp and snarl. When a pack of wolves does howl, it can be heard up to ten miles away. The howl is used as a way to call to another pack or warn of danger. Each pack has a unique howl, and while they don’t howl at the moon, wolves howl more when the moon is full and bright.

Wolves also use scents produced by their bodies to communicate. A wolf’s sense of smell is 100 times stronger than a human’s.

Wolves also communicate through body language. If a wolf feels confident, it will approach another wolf with its head and tail held high and ears perked up. A wolf observed slinking toward another with its body lowered, its tail between its legs, and its ears flattened, signals it is approaching a dominant animal. A wolf’s body language may remind you of another animal: a pet dog. Wolves and dogs are closely related, and the ways they communicate are similar. In fact, dogs and wolves share a common ancestor—a prehistoric wolf that lived in Europe or Asia anywhere between 9,000 to 34,000 years ago.

Wolf couples will produce one litter of pups every year. Wolf pups are born deaf and blind and weigh just around 1 pound. Just like in human families, older brothers or sisters look after their younger siblings, the older wolf offspring care for their younger brothers and sisters by finding them food.

Young wolves stay in their parents’ pack for at least two years before some of them take off to join other groups or to start their own pack. They may stay close to their parents or go far away.

Wolves travel at about 5 miles per hour, but can sprint 36 to 38 miles per hour for short distances. Wolves can keep up a reasonable pace for hours and have been known to cover distances of 60 miles in one night.

For thousands of years, humans have loved, feared and even hated wolves. By learning more about them, we can learn to appreciate them, rather than fear them.

Coloring Pages

Help yourself to these coloring pages, free for you to download, and print. Enjoy!

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