Posts Tagged ‘words’

Silly Words Kids Flashcards

Kids (and grownups!) love to learn and say crazy-sounding words—not to mention impressing others with them—so we’ve created Silly Word Flashcards, featuring some of the wackiest multisyllabic terms in the dictionary. Like its buddy Big Word Flashcards, the fun definitions, child-friendly phonetic pronunciations, and playful illustrations will introduce youngsters of all ages to the joys of loquacity.

So clichè…..but these flashcards make learning fun! There are 25 cards with terrific definitions & even better illustrations. They are comical, cute, creative. A few game ideas are also included on an insert. I think they are great for back-to-school or as a gift for someone with a desk! I have mine on my desk and they make me smile (smarter, too). 

 


Each card includes parts of speech/ similar words/ use in a sentence/ visual aid

WHAT IS KNOCK KNOCK?

Knock Knock was founded in 2002 by Jen Bilik with the mission of creating witty, design-driven gift products and books, along with anything else that might strike the Knock Knock fancy. Our products aspire to bring humor, function, organization, and aesthetics to everyday life. We believe that people are intelligent enough to appreciate wit, wordplay, and conceptual thought. Whether we’re producing sticky notes or a volume of thoroughly researched nonfiction, we strive not to dumb down as we create. Our sensibility remains proudly distinct.

No commitment from Knock Knock to use soy ink and recycled paper. But I hope sometime soon. 

Notes From Dawn received Silly Words Flashcard from Knock Knock® in exchange for an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Many bloggers share about their new year resolutions or their choosen word-of-the-year. I’ll join in and share my 2014 verse-of-the-year. 

1 John 3:18

 

18 Dear children, let us not love with words or speech but with actions and in truth. (NIV)

022

Actions usually show the state of our hearts much better than our words

Love means we set aside some of our own wants to see to the wants of others

Love is an action word and there must be some evidence

Love rejects hatred

 Love requires sacrifice

Read Full Post »