Fabric world map created for children to colour during school shutdown

An educational world map for children to colour in while they’re learning at home is being launched by a Newmarket company this week.
Selfie Craft Co’s unique fabric wall hanging features the seven continents outlined in different colours as well as international landmarks and a list of the planet’s 10 most endangered animals.
In line with the National Curriculum, all of the world’s largest oceans are labelled while the Poles, Equator and Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn are also included. The points of the compass are shown and the children are also tasked with finding various buildings, animals and places.
The artist illustrated World Map is the first Selfie craft kit to venture away from clothing such as colour in t-shirts, capes, pyjamas and hats. The range of textiles are designed and hand printed at the Selfie studio in Newmarket, and are aimed at children aged between two and 12.
Selfie Craft Co founder Gemma Treby said: “Colouring is a classic way of calming and entertaining your child and we are proud to be launching our first product that adds an educational element as well. Selfie provides a lovely activity to tempt children away from their screens, using colour to make their very own creation and providing a real sense of achievement.”
Selfie, which is based at the Goodwin Business Park, in Willie Snaith Road, is a partner of notonthehighstreet.com and its household name clients include Center Parcs, Blenheim Palace, Highgrove Royal Gardens and The National Gallery. The brand has recently launched 100% recyclable packaging to improve sustainability.
For more information about Selfie Craft Co and the company’s range of products visit www.selfieclothing.co.uk

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