Dec 18, 2014

We Choose Virtues Parenting Cards Review and Giveaway

These cards are meant for 3-18-year-olds. I’d say they are are meant for any age. This Mommy sometimes wondered if God was working on my heart even more than He was working on my children. For example, one of the very first cards we worked through was on patience. The Virtue User Challenge that day asked the entire family to try and go the whole day and not rush, or push anyone. Let me tell you… my children have NO trouble meeting this challenge. They NEVER rush.. at anything! This was a challenge aimed directly at mommy. I’m the only ALWAYS trying to rush everyone along to the next day. Boy was this a long day… and week for that matter! But I learned from it and the experience has relaxed me. I’m learning to make more time for things so I’m not so inclined to rush everyone around.

Like I said, we read these daily…usually two or three of them. At the beginning of each week, we’d choose one to really focus on. We would spend time repeating the neat catchphrase found on the front of the card. For Patience, the phrase was “I wait, and wait, and wait with a smile. I am NOT… pushy, or controlling and I don’t get frustrated or bored when others are slow!” I repeated this one to myself… A LOT! We’d also use the scripture as part of our copy work and we aimed to memorize it by the week’s end. The card of the week was placed on our refrigerator so we’d remember to review often. Usually over meals. In my opion these cards are a wonderful addition to any family. If you would like to get a set for your family then you can use code VIRTUE15 for 15% off your order. Or you can enter my giveaway below.





About the We Choose Virtues Parenting Cards


The Parenting Cards are a simple and effective tool for creating a culture of character in your home. These full color, delightfully illustrated cards are loaded with helpful tips on introducing and demonstrating 12 Virtues...and kids love them!

Inspire your family to be Diligent, Obedient, Kind, Helpful, Forgiving, Honest, Perseverant, Self-controlled, Content, Patient, Gentle and Attentive!

Each card includes the name of our featured "Virtue Kid" with an inspiring story, a Virtue users challenge, "What to say after 'I'm sorry'", the Virtue catchphrase, antonyms for the Virtue, fun demonstrations, and a Bible memory verse...all to help you Simply Inspire Character that Lasts!

I was sent the We Choose Virtues Parenting Cards in exchange for my unbiased review of the product.

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