Discovering Elderberry: A Free Herbal Activity Book

“Did you see that? Over there, by the elder tree. I think it was Cerulea, the elder fairy! Oh, look! She’s left us a gift!”

With the Discovering Elderberry Activity Book, your kids can explore the many gifts of the elder tree.

First, learn to identify and use the amazing elder tree’s flowers and berries. Then, Rosalee will show you how to make elderberry gummies. These yummy treats will help you stay healthy this winter.

To help you learn more about what the elder tree looks like, we include a coloring book page that comes with our Wildcraft! board game. Finally, you’ll get to meet Cerulea by coloring her and making a fairy paper doll! Cerulea is one of the Herb Fairies from the books I wrote.

We hope you enjoy this special holiday gift from LearningHerbs. Print and share it as many times as you would like.

If you want to share your passion for herbs with the young people in your life, consider my Wildcraft! board game. It’s a really fun way to spend a cozy family day during your holiday break.

Stay warm and nourished this winter!

–Kimberly

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15 comments
  1. Suzanne Bolton Help! I can not download the booklet on Elderberries. I am so looking forward to sharing it.

    • Yup that’s happening to me too

  2. My dad was precribed Elderberry Elixer by his oncologist. My mother loved it.

    • Lois – may I ask what the oncologist prescribed elderberry for? Wow, so interesting!

  3. My grandson, 7, and I love the game and are thrilled at the end when we both win!

  4. Thanks for the booklet. I am getting ready to make elderberry syrup today.

  5. Thanks for the free printable Elderberry info!

  6. Thank you so much for the Elderberry booklet!

  7. Thank you so much, my son is 21 yrs old now but I raised him pretty “wholesome”. I think kid’s don’t really need a lot except to be a part of something…living! I still volunteer at the school to get my “youthfulness.” Best of Luck!

  8. My son and I just made elderberry syrup last week. I am looking forward to making the gummies!

  9. Thank you so very much for Elderberry info. I bought my first Elderberry tree last month after your Medicinal Summit, and am so excited to begin my Journey with the Elderberry Syrups and Tonics.

  10. I love the game. I play it with my 12 year old grandson and I can’t wait for my three grand daughters to be old enough to start to play. They are only 2, 8 months and the last is due in May so I have a way to go. I am excited to make the elderberry gummies oh and I’ll share those with my grandkids too, lol.

  11. My kids and I have been msking and using elderberry syrup for many years now, but can’t wait to try making the gummies! They did your herb faeries class several years ago and still talk about it and we are on our second copy of the board game (we wore out the first from playing it so much!) Love to the Learningherbs family from our family!

  12. 🙏💕

  13. Thank you for the free book. I am planting my first elderberry plant this next summer so I am interested in learning all I can. The book is beautiful!

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