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The Narrative Journey Christmas Box

Broaden your child’s vocabulary and help them develop the storytelling skills to excel at school and succeed in life. Learning products to make them smile, hilariously illustrated by the Hollywood artists behind Madagascar. Designed for ages 6–13.

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50% improvement in vocabulary

50% improvement in vocabulary

Proven by the National Literacy Trust

Rated 5 stars

Rated 5 stars

By our customers on Google

200,000+ products sold

200,000+ products sold

The right words in more places

Trusted by parents and teachers

Trusted by parents and teachers

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Mrs Wordsmith Narrative Journey Full Set Box

The Narrative Journey Christmas Box

  • Mrs Wordsmith gift storage box
  • Six illustrated work books with activities covering Character, Weather, Taste and Smell, Action, Emotion and Setting, filled with exercises teaching word pairs and synonyms
  • Bold, illustrated word cards, for learning any time, anywhere
  • Word of the Day stand to increase exposure to new words throughout the day
  • A binder with the full collection of words and additional binders to keep completed worksheets together
  • Hours of learning and fun

What you get

Binder to keep your words in

Binder

Store your words safely in a full-colour binder, for reference later on.

Mrs Wordsmith Narrative Journey Workbook

Word of the Day workbooks

Learn the word pairs. Build a word wall. Remember it.

Mrs Wordsmith Narrative Journey Cards

Word Cards

Commonly paired words for use on the go.

Mrs Wordsmith Narrative Journey Stand

Workbook Stand

Put the Word of the day workbook stand somewhere obvious. Build a daily habit.

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Backed by research

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Teaching a new word alongside its common word pairs increases the speed and efficiency of vocabulary learning and shows children how to use it.

Cartoons are a very effective way to present vocabulary. Images carry visual meaning, while laughter releases dopamine which activates long-term memory.

80% of new words children learn are acquired through direct explanation rather than ‘figuring it out’ through reading.

Five minutes of daily vocabulary study helps children develop word consciousness and accelerates self-driven learning.

Read more about our research

The Benefits

All of our journeys are directly relevant to what children learn in school, and are designed to drive achievement across the curriculum, and throughout their lives.

Boosting literacy

Giving children the tools to express themselves more richly, and meet the increasing demands of the classroom.

Accelerating reading and writing age

Children learn new words in context, helping them to understand and retain them more efficiently and effectively.

Developing word consciousness

A vital skill for helping children notice and become curious about new words, so that they use them at school and at home.

Bringing words to life

Research shows that children learn easier and faster when information is presented visually.

Mrs Wordsmith Narrative Journey

Our customers love us

  • 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

  • Children's overall vocabulary increased on average by 50% with Mrs Wordsmith.

    National Literacy Trust

  • 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

  • We have been learning with Mrs Wordsmith over the last term. In every English lesson we have a word of the day. Some of the type of words we have had are eye words, beautiful words, big and fat words and small and thin words. Mrs Wordsmith is really fun to use and every time we have a new word we have to say what the word is the same as or something that goes with that word.

    Year 6 pupil at St Gabriel's School, UK

Feeling lucky? Try the Storyteller's Illustrated Dictionary

Storyteller's Illustrated Dictionary

The perfect accompaniment to any story

The most irresistible way to spice up any story, with thousands of storytelling words and a sizzling array of Hollywood illustrations. Specially blended with mouthwatering range of words for little storytellers, to help them get ready for preschool.