We Choose Virtues: Parenting Cards

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We Choose Virtues: Parenting Cards
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About The Parenting Cards

The Parenting Cards from We Choose Virtues are a simple and fun way to teach character to your kids. They are loaded with examples of how to choose and use virtues whether your kids are learning them for the first time or they just need to grow a bit more. You will learn action catchphrases and the antonyms to help define what the virtue is and what it is not. Your kids will love the lifestyle of goodness, and you will love being around your kids more than ever!

This set includes 12 Virtue cards. Retail Price: $38.99
Special promo for our readers: 20% off using VIRTUEBLOG

When we first received the We Choose Virtues Parenting Cards, the girls immediately wanted to look at them and read through the descriptions. They mentioned right away that the virtues are like the Fruit of the Spirit! The information on the back are helpful to guide kids (and parents!) in working through the virtues, whether you focus on one each day or one each week.

We’ve been reading some of the information on the back now and then, and I like that we are always on the lookout for what virtues are demonstrated when we are watching a show. They are great teachable moments! The girls really enjoy the characters, and I think they make it a little more relate-able. There is a little phrase that go along with each of the characters.

While we would like to live out all the virtues, we decided to choose one we would focus on in the upcoming year. I think the girls were pretty spot-on on what they need to work on, and their parents are also still both a work-in-progress too. 😉

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Melody (age 8)
What the cards are about: These cards teach kids how to live their lives and things they need to know.
Like: I like that there are different characters to show an example of the virtues.
Dislike: There was nothing I disliked.
Recommend: I would recommend them to people who love God.
What I learn: You can grow in the virtues.

Emily (age 6)
What the cards are about: I actually do not know.
Like: I like that they are helpful. You can look at them a lot. They are very useful. It can make you kind, helpful, patient, forgiving, honest…
Dislike: I don’t like that we don’t do some of them. We have to practice it. We don’t have any time to do it.
Recommend: Uhhhh, I recommend it to Mommy.
What I learned: You can be helpful.

This set includes 12 Virtue cards. Retail Price: $38.99
Special promo for our readers: 20% off using VIRTUEBLOG


One lucky reader will receive a set of the We Choose Virtues Parenting Cards. Giveaway ends Friday, December 4th. (Giveaway open to US residents ONLY.)

For your chance to win, leave a comment below sharing about what virtue you think is one of the most important or just say “Howdy”. For extra entries, tweet about the cards, share on Facebook, or leave a comment on any post on our family blog Keeping Up with the Moys. Leave separate comments to each extra entry with link to entry if possible.

– Joyce

“Disclosure (in accordance with the FTC’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising”): Many thanks to We Choose Virtues for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
Only one entrant per mailing address, per giveaway. Winner is subject to eligibility verification.”

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