Activities, information and ideas to support family health, wellbeing and development
Happy Little Bundles provide activity packs, ideas and information designed to help you to spend quality time together engaged in activities that support your family's health, wellbeing and development.
Our work is inspired by research findings from areas such as psychology, education and neuroscience.
We are proud to be a social enterprise. The majority of our profits are used to enhance our sustainability and to fund activities with a positive social impact for children and families.
“I selected Happy Little Bundles as one of my WOW winners, because I love the wholesome personality and ethos of the company. I think that their monthly subscription activity packs, which are designed to nurture your family's health, wellbeing and development, are absolutely wonderful"
Jacqueline Gold CBE
Helping your children and family to flourish!
We look at both the established and the latest research findings from areas such as positive psychology, neuroscience, early years and primary education, and child development in order to match the science to practical ideas, products and activities that can be used in everyday family life.
Explore activities linked to themes such as mindfulness, creativity, baby massage, nature, life skills, healthy eating and many more!
“I love the idea behind the Happy Little Bundles subscription boxes. Dr Jemma Harris has put together these subscription boxes with the idea that it will create that ‘family time’ once a month. A time where you are closer as a family and are truly happy.”
“I selected Happy Little Bundles as one of my WOW winners, because I love the wholesome personality and ethos of the company. I think that their monthly subscription activity packs, which are designed to nurture your family’s health, wellbeing and development, are absolutely wonderful”
“I really love the idea of this. Not only is it an unusual gift, but it really is quality made and definitely an activity that can be repeated time and again.”