In today’s mile-a-minute lifestyle, our natural environment grows ever more foreign to us. The pandemic has alienated us even further, since we’ve been locked down in our homes, resulting in children spending time too passively, without enough movement and dynamic activity.
With this in mind, supermarket chain Mercator promoted a campaign featuring flying animal plush toys, which would encourage children to move and explore the world around them. This project appealed to children’s natural curiosity and taught them some new dance moves. Children could collect stickers, paste them into an album, and learn about nature, along with their parents. The reward was not only stickers but also the stuffed animal toys, which were dubbed The Flying Society. The stickers provided information about the importance of pollination, maintaining diversity on our planet and bird watching. In addition to the more traditional approach, the campaign also featured an online extension, including a dance school, in which children learned some simple choreography for the Flying Society dance, with the help of renowned choreographer, Miha Krušič.
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