FUNDANA BANDANAS

Happy Yoga 4 Kids is donating a portion of our online sales of fundana bandanas to the Juvenile Diabetes Reasearch Foundation (JDRF).

What are Fundana Bandanas?

Fundanas bandanas are games either in a scavenger hunt or bingo game format printed on 100% cotton bandanas designed to teach kids 3 to adult about the environment around them in a fun, different way. They measure 22 x 22 x 22 x 22. The Fundanas  (ages 7- 12) have no loose pieces, are washable, easy to carry and best of all REUSABLE! The bright colors and interesting questions encourage learning and fun in children and the adults have the time of their lives playing with the kids to solve the bingo and scavenger hunt games. Bring our Fundanas on vacations, camping trips, field trip or in your backyard! Fundanas are a great introduction to the wonders of the outdoors and make a fun activity for parents, grandparents and kids to play and learn together! You can use Fundana Bandanas to play a game (click to enlarge):
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Fundana Bandanas
$12.00
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