What you get in the Social Journey
The Social Journey contains 240 social-emotional words, spread across hilariously illustrated Word Cards, Word of the Day Activity Books and Picture Books. Split over 12 months, this illustrated journey covers five key social-emotional competencies: self-awareness, resilience, creativity, communication and community.
Learn words and key themes as part of hilariously illustrated stories. Read at your child’s own pace, repeat and discuss.
Word of the Day Activity Book
Get more out of each word with fun and challenging activities designed to help words stick.
Take your child’s word-learning adventure on the go, and learn with bright, bold, hilariously-illustrated word card.
Word of the Day Stand (month one only)
Make your child’s activity book the centre of attention with this show-stopping stand, and help them form a daily word-learning habit.
Set them up for success at school
From day one children are exposed to language and expected to understand its meaning. Give them the fundamentals to thrive.
Provide the words to navigate emotions
Help them to navigate the nuances in the emotional spectrum. Give them the words to tell the difference between excited and exhilarated, starving and peckish.
Develop collaborative life skills
Social Journey children learn early about sharing and inclusion, by placing these words in context with stories they can follow and enjoy.
Bring words to life
Children learn better visually, which is why we illustrate the words in the Social Journey with the Emmy award-winning artists behind Madagascar.
How can you buy?
The monthly box
The Social Journey is delivered over a 12-month period. Each month focuses on 20 words, ideal for creating a ‘word of the day’ with your child. Each month you get:
- Picture book
- Activity book
- Word cards
“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.”
“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.”