Wednesday, November 19, 2014

We Choose Virtues Poster Review + Giveaway 12/8 US/CAN


Virtues. I think virtues are very important because these will be help my daughters in building their character and how they can be better persons when they grow up. Because they're still young, I have a hard time teaching it to them word for word so I show it to them through my actions so that they'll follow in my example.

Aside from showing it to them through my actions, We Choose Virtues has a poster which is very colorful and eye-catching. For little children, my girls are 3 and 6, something colorful would catch their attention quickly.
The We Choose Virtues Poster consist of the 12 virtues which are: I am Diligent, I am Obedient, I am Kind, I am Helpful, I am Forgiving, I am Honest, I am Perseverant, I am Self-controlled, I am Content, I am Patient, I am Gentle and I am Attentive.

What I like about this poster is that beside the virtue, there is an image of what the image is all about so, my 3 year old daughter, who can't read yet, can easily associate what virtue it is. I also like how each virtue has an example of what the virtue is all about in a simple manner so that young kids could understand it. There's also an antonym of what the virtue is all about so that helps a lot too. Everyday, I read a virtue to my daughters so that they can get accustomed to what the virtues are. I believe that repetition would make them remember these more easily.


You can purchase the We Choose Virtues Poster HERE and you can get a 15% off this item by using the code VIRTUE15 at checkout.

Would you like to win your own We Choose Virtues poster? Well, just head on over to the rafflecopter form below to enter! Good Luck! :)

DISCLAIMER: 1 Winner will receive a We Choose Virtues Poster. Giveaway would start November 20, 2014 at 12:00 AM PST and will end December 8,2014 at 12:00 AM PST. This will be open to US and CAN residents only. The prize cannot be shipped to a P.O. box address. Winners will be notified by email and will have 24 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. I am not responsible for prize fulfillment. My role is to give the sponsor the information of the winner and they will directly ship the prize to the winner. I have received a product/s mentioned above to in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own and are not influenced in any way. No other form of compensation was received. I do not share or sell information and all information shared with me will solely be used for prize shipment. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC 16 CFR Part 255.

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  1. I like the poster because it teaches young children about love and respecting others, I would give this to my nephew to help him in his young life-

  2. I visited the We Choose Virtues Website and I learned that the posters were originally created to help children learn positive and consistent instructions by giving them a list of virtues and unforgettable catchphrases.

    I think these posters are great because children need to learn from an early age what is really important. By using these posters it constantly reinforces simple ideas.

    If I won I would put the posters in my kids rooms.

  3. I learned that they have a new Virtue Kids Kit.

    If I won, this would be for our granddaughter and we would put it in the playroom.

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  4. It was out of this necessity that Heather created the original list of virtues and their unforgettable catchphrases.
    It would be for my kids.