About Tacky Box:“A mother and grandmother duo created Margo’s Magnificent Choice, a book sold with The Tacky Box Set, which is an effective parenting tool as well as a fun read for children. Through the pages of these beautifully illustrated books, children will follow Margo the Monkey as they learn the value of choosing kind words over tacky words. Boys and girls will want to emulate the monkey’s magnificent choice to refrain from repeating tacky language that he or she is sure to hear.
A wise old owl equips Margo with a Tacky Box to help her lock up undesirable words and remove them from heart and mind. After reading the book, parents can present their child with his or her own authentic Tacky Box. The act of decorating the Tacky Box transforms the box into the child’s personal property.The Tacky Box becomes a visual tool to help remind children to choose kind words and get rid of undesirable ones. Parents will be amazed at the effectiveness of writing the tacky word on a piece of paper and putting it in the box. Children become the example of good manners and a kind heart.” Each #TackyBox set comes with instructions, “Margo’s Magnificent Choice” storybook,
The Tacky Box and a little notepad to write Tacky words on! Excited to read Margo’s Magnificent Choice! Love reading time with the munchkin! After reading Margo’s Magnificent Choice, Gabby decorated her Tacky Box! Another view of Gabby’s Tacky Box. Uh-oh! Our 1st “Tacky” word was put in the box!
(She said a boy in her class said it in school today..) The Tacky Box was pretty much a hit with Gabby and myself! Gabby really enjoyed Margo’s Magnificent Choice, as did I. I thought the illustration was nice as well. The story was easy for her to understand, and she really liked the main character Margo. What’s cool about the Tacky Box is that they also offer a boy version called “Max’s Magnificent Choice”. I think the #TackyBox kit would be a great gift to give! I love that it’s a story that has an interactive part to it. Gabby was really into the whole putting tacky words into the box concept. She even mentioned a “tacky” word I might have said myself before. So in a way it put’s parent in check as well. You don’t want to end up in the tacky box! Plus, that’s just tacky behavior! What do you guys think of the #TackyBox?
Do you think it’s something your children would enjoy?