Sibling Differences on Back to School Conversations
Driving down the road, heading home from picking up my sweet daughter from her great…
I have two boys and one girl, or make that one girl then two boys as the girl is the eldest of my three kiddo tribe. This three kiddo tribe is full of fun and laughter but no laughter more than the day He Is All Boy Flashcards showed up for the boys birthday party! These flashcards are truly made for people like me raising a double team of boys who get a kick out of the sound of ketchup bottles making farting noises and blaming their gas on the dog. It’s a boys world around these parts most days, and even once in awhile my daughter gets in on the boy fun because who wouldn’t, these boys are addictive.
Bear Booger. Cow Cry. Dinosaur DooDoo. What is more fun than learning letters and words through the imagination of a boy? My sons had a laugh of a time checking out these flash cards which will be perfect in my mission to teach my somewhat stubborn & difficult to work with five year old. As my five year old spends his second week in Kindergarten, he is much like his brother was – never wanting to show much interest in learning how to write nor read. The boys sister loved learning and by age 2 was speaking at levels far beyond that of a normal 2 year old. These He’s All Boy Flash Cards are a perfect addition to any family who has young boys with a vivid imagination.
Ice Insects. Okay so these flash cards are not for the weak stomach type, but they are for that fun loving parent of boy(s) who want to encourage a love of words and learn letters while giggling together. I love watching my five year old crack up at each flash card that shows a letter with two words and a cute image to go with the words. This creation by He’s All Boy is the best ever and I am happily referring you all over to check out He’s All Boy website.
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