The vocabulary learning subscription for children

We’ve identified the most relevant words for academic success. We brought them to life with the Hollywood artists behind Madagascar, and packaged them into neat, monthly bundles including word pair cards and workbooks you and your child can work through in minutes a day.

Mrs Wordsmith product suite

Easy for parents, loved by kids

The Social Journey

Helping children express themselves at an early age

Designed for ages 3–6

Young children develop deeper social and emotional intelligence with the right vocabulary. Designed with early years experts for ages 3–6, give your child the words to develop across five key competencies: self-awareness, resilience, creativity, communication and community.

The Narrative Journey

Develop storytelling, communication and description skills

Designed for ages 7–11

Build the vocabulary to bring stories to life. Providing children aged 7–11 with the building blocks of storytelling, and boost reading and writing age. Learn words in context, with laugh-out-loud illustrations that improve retention.

Vocabulary is the biggest indicator of academic potential

The more rare words your child knows, the higher their reading and writing age, and the better they'll do at school.

Children learn better visually, and a word-a-day habit is the best way to build a strong vocabulary. Learn together in minutes a day: at breakfast, on the move, before bed.

Hilariously illustrated by the Emmy award-winning artists behind Madagascar. This is research-backed word learning that works

  • “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.”

    Primary teacher

  • “Mrs Wordsmith stands out from the crowd because they have created an intuitive and visually stunning dictionary that children and schools love.”

    Professor Ted Briscoe

    Professor of Computational Linguistics at the University of Cambridge

  • “It is 100% research-based and we have found that practising word pairs not only helps with remembering words, but increases fluency in writing as well.”

    Teacher blogger