Yellow is to imagine.
In YELLOW, everything is possible. We imagine worlds through play and stories. We come up with ideas—impossible and improbable ones—about anything, from how mustard should be made, to various ways to reform and, if necessary, destroy evil monsters. In short, yellow is magic. Just like childhood.
This Caribbean monster is both witch and vampire who gets her powers from a demon called Bazil.read more
We’re rereading the HARRY POTTER series, and we have some new activities inspired by Hogwarts.read more
The Kumiho (구미호) is a nine-tailed fox with shapeshifting abilities, who appears in Korean folklore.read more
The Ala is a demon from Bulgarian mythology that is described in folklore in various ways: wind-like, indistinct, human-like, raven-like, dragon-like, etc.read more
Our new monster is the Dullahan, a headless horseman, or woman, who is said to be the inspiration for the headless horseman in The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.read more
Jenny Greenteeth is English folklore’s version of the river hag, who pulls victims in water and drowns them!read more
Our toys are traveling the world and sending postcards about their trip!read more
We have a new monsters of the world art trading card to add our collection. This time, it’s the bunyip from Australia.read more
As a fan of the 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, a TMNT-themed set of unschooling activities was inevitable.read more
This summer, we set out on a quest to experience (or in a few worthy cases, re-experience) 35 new adventures.read more