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An Alphabet According to Kids


An Alphabet According to Kids Funny Diagram

Books and learning products for toddlers and kids can easily give one the idea that our children are being groomed for a future in farming or a jungle expedition. Some of the things chosen to represent the alphabet can be a little random and a lot a bit irrelevant.

If you were learning a new language, don’t you think it’d be easier if the references and phrases were relatable and familiar to you? We don’t try to learn how to operate a copy machine by reading instructions in Japanese, do we? Okay. Bad example. But I’m sure you get the idea.

This Instructional Diagram can help. You see, I figure if you sprinkle a ton of something you know onto something you don’t know, maybe learning won’t be so hard. Kids have it rough enough, even with lots of pictures of animals they may never see in their entire lives.

Talk their language when you’re trying to teach them language. DUH!

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These are like learning, except you’ll open your mouth for laughs instead of yawning.


17 Responses to “An Alphabet According to Kids”

  1. Kelly says:

    I would buy this!

  2. So very accurate. I can see this working haha.

  3. Or you could take your kids to the zoo more often. Some of the first things you teach kids is about animals way before letters. Really, my kids new what an Elephant was before they had ever seen an elevator, and what sort of language is doodie?

    • Brandy says:

      I think you are taking this post much more seriously than it was intended to be taken. “Owie, “Potty,” “Doodie,” and “Booger,” are all, “baby talk,” words. And if a child lives in an apartment complex in a city, it is much more likely that they would know an elevator before an elephant. /rant

      I like how the veggies look like they are smelly. haha. 😛

  4. Phil landsberg says:

    Love it. Boo to all the uptight, broomstick in the ass parents who can’t just laugh at this.

  5. I love this, though do kids today know what Marbles are?

  6. Christine Taylor says:

    My Son Just Looked Over My Shoulder, He Is 4, And Said “So, Poop Starts with The Dah Dah Dee Sound?” Idk Why It Cracked Me Up!

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