I was so thrilled when Jennifer, the owner of Goosie Cards, contacted me to do another giveaway! I LOVE these cards and all the possible ways to use them. These are the cards that I gave my 2 y/o niece for Christmas. Her’s was an alphabet set.
Since gifting them I have thought of multiple ways to use them for my girls. As most of you know, my girls are 11 and 13. I knew I didn’t need to make them cards to learn their alphabets, but I knew that I wanted to make them a set to help them stay on task in the mornings. Both of them need multiple cues to stay on task and I figured that visual cues would be so much better than the constant verbal cues that only lead to frustration. No matter how many times I ask them to do something, I can walk in the room and there they sit, looking dazed and confused. I’m so tired of saying “Did you brush your hair? Did you brush your teeth? Did you make your bed? etc., etc., etc.”!!!! Mornings are difficult for us!
So I decided to make a set of cards for both of the girls with personalized pictures. They will include: pick out your clothes, take a shower, brush your teeth, brush your hair, make your bed, and put on your shoes. They will be hole punched, on a ring, & hang on a hook. I had really hoped to have the cards to show you, but alas, this month has been so busy and I just haven’t had a chance to order them yet. I’ve taken the pictures, now I just need to upload them & add the text.
Check out the Goosie Cards website for some great new card ideas! These cards are really great for kids of all ages! Alphabet cards, family cards, cards for therapy, etc. These would be great for speech therapists and behavioral therapists!
Leave me a comment, here on the blog, to be entered into the drawing for a set of 10 cards! This giveaway is open to everyone, including my international friends!
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This giveaway will close this Saturday, April 28th at midnight Eastern time.
Good luck to all of you!
Have a great week!