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Literacy certificates: Word wizard and vocabulary genius

Every person needs to have a good vocabulary in order for effective communication. Attempting to teach kids new vocab may sound difficult, but there are some unique ways you can start to help your child to expand their vocabulary.   Today at KiddyCharts we’re featuring a printable certificate for literacy. We have word wizard and vocabulary genius literacy certificates to help encourage your kids to feel great about learning new words.

Continue reading to them to to help them to learn some new ways you can work to expand your child’s vocabulary and then see a printable that you can use to celebrate your child’s victory in vocabulary.

5 fabulous ways to expand your child’s vocabulary

Musical rhymes

Rhyming is a wonderful way to help kids learn new vocabulary. Music and nursery rhymes are two prime examples of how to expand your child’s vocabulary with ease.

Flash cards

Using vocab flashcards will help your child place an image with a new word. You can easily make your own reading flash cards or purchase some. Why not check out our alphabet flashcards and alphabet posters too?

Word puzzles

Word finds or word puzzles where your child has a list of vocabulary words to find in a hidden puzzle will help your child expand vocabulary while having fun. We have LOADS of these on the site; just check out our eBooks section and you are well on your way.

Eye spy

Give your child a vocabulary list and have them spy the words while they’re reading or simply enjoying their everyday activities. Do check out the Ferry iSpy and Car iSpy we have; these are great games to play.


Set aside a specific amount of time each day for your child to read a book. This reading time will naturally help to expand your child’s vocabulary.

Expanding your child’s vocabulary is easy when you start looking for fun ways to teach new words. We all should try to use a wide vocabulary in our everyday life and that’s why KiddyCharts wanted to give you some fabulous ways to expand your child’s vocabulary.

Now that you have some new ways to work vocab into your child’s life, it’s time to get the certificates for literacy printed and ready to hand out when your child achieves maximum success with their vocabulary lessons. Just click the picture to get the download.

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There are also some other literacy activities out there that you can do with kids for fun too.

  • Teaching Mama gives you inspirations with the 7 Early Literacy Games You Can Play Anywhere,
  • A Dab of Glue Will Do has a flower blend matchup game to help children to be familiar with the blending concepts,
  • Teaching your preschool to write? beginner name writing practice from Buggy and Buddy will be very fun for your little ones

We do have a lot of resources on the site, so why not also nip over to our Pinterest board as well to give us a follow!

We’d also love to see you on the site again, so do consider signing up for our email newsletter as well. We give you a free printable at least once a week, alongside lots of tips, reviews, and giveaways.

Thanks so much for stopping by and seeing us today. We really hope that you will visit us again soon.


Helen is a mum to two, social media consultant, and website editor; and this site is (we think) the only Social Enterprise parenting magazine! Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts has reach of over 1.1million across social and the site. The blog works with big family brands (including travel) to help promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. It gives 51%+ profits to Reverence for Life, who fund a number of important initiatives in Africa, including bringing running water and basic equipment to a school in Tanzania. Helen has worked as a digital marketing consultant (IDM qualified) with various organisations, including Channel Mum, Truprint, Talk to Mums, and Micro Scooters. She loves to be creative in the brand campaigns she works on. Get in touch TODAY!

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Owen G.

Wednesday 12th of June 2019

Using flash cards to make kids learn in a fun way is so good. I really enjoyed seeing kids use flashcards.


Tuesday 11th of June 2019

Very useful vocabulary exercises. From my experience, reading is the very best way to improve vocabulary. Love the literacy certificates, they're cute!


Tuesday 11th of June 2019

Totally agree with Reading, although still traditional but among the rest it's the most effective. I had a friend whose really eloquent and i admire her wide vocabulary, I was told that she used to spent an hour reading anything when she used to be young - she's not allowed to play until she finished reading an article. no wonder she's really a genius!

Kathy Kenny Ngo

Tuesday 11th of June 2019

I need to get these for my little cousins. They're starting 1st grade so this is amust.

Jessa B

Tuesday 11th of June 2019

Great tips! Make conversation a priority though! Young children are like sponges, so it's important to immerse them in language right from the start!

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