We Choose Virtues Review and Giveaway ends 11/30

As parents, my husband and I really strive to raise Godly young men.  Men who have virtues.  In order for us to have those men, we need to start now while they are still young.  I stumbled across a site called We Choose Virtues. This site, in my opinion is amazing.  They have great tools to help you teach children the virtues needed.  They have options for everyone, for youth, homeschoolers, childrens church and sunday school, families, and schools.  You can choose products that have bible verses or products that don't have bible verses.  I personally chose the ones with the bible verses.  I was given the opportunity to review the We Choose Virtues Family Flash Cards. I have had some fun teaching my boys these virtues.  We have done one virtue each week and have studied the card and bible verses.  The pictures on the cards are cute and eye catching for the kids.  The kit came with a card that had some suggested games to play to help them learn the virtues.  My kids are having fun and really are learning.  The virtues they are learning are Attentive, Gentle, Content, Kind, Diligent, Forgiving, Obedient, Patient, Perserverent, Helpful, Self-Controlled, and Honest.   We have been working on being Helpful, and Perserverent.  We talk about the virtues through out the week to help reinforce the learning.  I have really enjoyed using these cards and I definately recommend them to everyone who has kids and who want them to have all these character traits.  They are good for kids of any age, my kids are 4, 5, and 7 and it is great for all 3 of them. 


You can buy your own We Choose Virtues kit online. There are different options to fit your family or church needs. 

You can win your own set of the We Choose Virtues Family Flash Cards.  You can choose from NIV, King James, or no bible verse.  Just enter on the rafflecopter form.

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(Disclosure:  I received a set of flash card in order to faciliate this review.  All opinions shared are that of my own and were not persuaded in any way.)