Storyteller’s Word a Day
Every day, flip the page and discover a new, hilariously illustrated word that will take your child’s storytelling to the next level.
For ages 6–13
Storyteller’s Word a Day is packed with discerning data and insight on how to get the most out of every word. Set it on the breakfast table, talk about it together, tell stories, and create a daily word-learning habit that will take kids’ storytelling to another planet.
Storyteller’s Illustrated Dictionary
The dictionary reimagined. Designed to help children write brilliant stories, excel at school and in life.
For ages 6–13
4000 storytelling words curated around six themes - Character, Settings, Taste and Smell, Action, Emotion and Weather. Packed with 1300 Hollywood illustrations laid out across 127 storytelling topics. An Amazon Best Seller in the Schools and Education category.
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Children learn better visually
We use laugh-out-loud illustrations to bring words to life, so that children fall in love with learning. All of our products are easy to use, at home, on the go, or at school. Build a daily word-learning habit in minutes a day, and learn at your child’s own pace.
Backed by leading education experts, and curated based on research from Cambridge University, this is vocabulary building for the 21st century. No more boring word lists. No more cramming.
What our customers say
You won’t want to miss Mrs Wordsmith. It has engaging and fascinating content, enabling children to learn vocabulary.
Susan B. Neuman
Professor of Childhood and Literacy Education at New York University
Children's overall vocabulary increased on average by 50% with Mrs Wordsmith.
National Literacy Trust
The programme integrates words based on what children need to not only strengthen their vocabulary and reading skills but their writing skills as well. Integration is key.