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Loving Your Kids Review

 
I am the mom of two beautiful girls and want them to know how much I love and care about them. I always want them to know how much they mean to me and that they are both always on my mind. I have found a new, creative way to let my kids know that I am thinking of them- Love Your Kids in a Flash Interactive Cards!

These unique cards are used as a communication tool between parents and children and are designed to let your kids know that they are important to you and are very much loved. Their main focus is to extend affection and enhance the parent-child bond. They are brightly coloured cards with original artwork coupled with a message. The messages are called rebus messages designed to stimulate your child’s imagination and encourage reading. Very cool!

These are multi-use cards that can be used not only to let your kids know you are thinking of them, but also be used as either a memory game or concentration game. The memory game is a favourite of my 4 1/2 year old daughter, Bridget.

I enjoyed using these cards with my girls. Bridget is 4 and can’t read yet so she enjoyed looking at the brightly coloured pictures. She liked playing with the cards while Olivia, who is 11, liked the actual messages and figuring out each one says.

I think Love Your Kids in a Flashcards are an innovative way to let my kids know that their mom loves them. If it can help them with reading or even math, then all the better too! Thumbs up from me and my kids!

Each package contains 16 cards including 3 blank cards so you can create your own personalized messages. There are 3 sets of cards- Version 1 set is $8, Version 1 and 2 is $15 and Version 1, 2 and 3 is $21 and they can be purchased directly from Love Your Kids website.

I also wanted to mention that Love Your Kids in a Flash has a newsletter that is emailed to you twice a week. It serves as a gentle reminder to share some time and energy on your kids. Here’s an example of a tip from the newsletter:

Message#6 – Listen To Your Children

Today is the day you really focus on listening to what your child has to say. Try not to interrupt her; let her finish all her thoughts before you respond. Have you ever tried to tell someone something only to realize that person is not listening to you? How often does your child begin telling you something and you “tune her out” as you are thinking about something else. So today, we are going to pay special attention to our children and focus on everything they say or do.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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