Another Marie Cole design is the Speaking of School Cricut cartridge which, very much like another creation of hers the Speaking of Winter cartridge, features a very jolly and whimsical set of alphabets and characters that’s sure to catch any child’s fancy. The theme this time around centers on things that can be found inside a classroom and things that children are very familiar with. But don’t think that just because its school themed that you are only going to be able to use it for school related purposes. That is most certainly not the case here. There are various things for which you’d be able to put this cartridge to use. Here are some suggestions:
1. You can create a scrapbook for your kids which document all the things that they like. It could be their artworks, their poetry and even their little notes to you. The charming fact about the characters the Speaking of School cartridge is that they can be used in more ways than one.
2. You can also use it to decorate special review sheets for your kids during examinations and such. The cute illustrations would keep them from getting bored and even motivate them to do their best when it comes to answering the questions in the review sheet. Sometimes, you have to come up with clever ways to get their attention.
3. Of course, one cannot overlook the fact that you can also use them to decorate various greeting cards that your kids can give their best friends in school or in the neighborhood. Since the illustrations are made of items that kids are familiar with, I’m sure that they would enjoy it. There is no end to the number of Speaking School projects availible, just use your creativity!
4. You can also use the letters to put name tags on your children’s school books, supplies and other things that might need labeling their name on.
The special creative features that come with the Speaking of School cartridge are Layers, Pencil Tag, Card, Tri-fold Card, Shadow and Layers Shadow. The alphabet comes in 2 sets of varying styles. The first one is a simple blue design which mimics the shape of its more colorful counterpart. The second style is a lot more colorful and resembles school supplies and other objects found in school. For example, a scissor is used in lieu of the letter X, an opened book makes up for the letter V, a set of ruler make up the letter N, a couple of crayons form the letter L and so on.