Every month, we’ll send you three easy to use tools to improve your vocabulary.
The first words you’ll learn are the narrative words that turn a good story into a great one. Learn wonderful words for character, emotions, settings and more, and start dialling up your reading age from day one.
Own the ultimate reference tool for young writers. Mrs Wordsmith’s hilarious, lavishly illustrated dictionary begins with a bank of 1500 richly descriptive, inspiring and practical words.
Our child-friendly definitions are easy to understand, and our hilarious artwork promotes learning that lasts.
Learn to use your new vocabulary straight away. Our word maps and 1 minute activities place each new word in context, and teach the associations between words so you can start using new words with confidence.
Challenge your family with The Big Fat Hairy Card Game. Fast and frenetic fun that encourages you to pair the words you’ve learnt and use them correctly.
There are 10,000 words better than big, fat and hairy. Now you can pick up new words and take down competitive dads at the same time!
I support anything that draws children away from screens and into a wonderful world of words. Mrs Wordsmith achieves this in an innovative and enjoyable way that I have not encountered before.Ben Thomas - Principal, Thomas’s London Day Schools
Mrs Wordsmith provides materials to stimulate those important conversations, in a funny engaging way. Talk to them about words. Your children will benefit immeasurably. You will be amazed.Helen Lowe - Headmistress, Bute House Preparatory School for Girls
We are really looking forward to using the materials at school and are sure it will be a success with the parents.Jo-Anna - Head of Teaching and Learning, Unicorn School
I gotta hand it to you, it’s a great program and my kids love it and are upset if they don’t see a sheet in front of them at breakfast.Andrew (father of girl aged 9 and boy aged 7)
All my children’s teachers have noticed and commented on the change (occasionally the source of much amusement). I am spreading the word…Catherine (mother of three girls aged 10, 7 and 7)
I wasn't sure what to expect but it surpassed all expectations and my boy cannot wait to get started and to take it into school to show his teacher.Lynda, Manchester
My daughter is only seven but she's embraced Mrs Wordsmith with great application and enthusiasm. We're thrilled with it so far.Mrs Jones, Norfolk
We have a lot of fun laughing and learning at the same time.Sunny (mother of one girl who gave us 5 stars on Facebook)