McVocab

McVocab – 64 – raiment

The fresh collection of stylish, funky & comfortable raiments in vibrant colours & cool prints is all that your handsome & beautiful young ones need to kickstart a new &...
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McQuotes

McQuote – 72

The best education takes place while: learning in the open than in the closed classrooms, while playing with friends in the playgrounds than that on mobile phones, while exploring practically...
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McVocab

McVocab – 63 – gobsmacked

😮😯😲😨😱 These emotions put in words is exactly our this word from the McVocab collection by Cub McPaws. 👇
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McQuotes

McQuote – 71

Every child is unique. Children have their own sets of strengths & weaknesses. While parents make sure to nurture their strengths meticulously, are their weaknesses to be improved meticulously too?...
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McVocab

McVocab – 62 – bonzer

🥶🥶 Is this how your lil ones are feeling during the coldest month of the year? Then let them beat the cold & chilly winters with these bonza sweatshirts 👉...
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McQuotes

McQuote – 70

“A child can ask questions that a wise man cannot answer.” & “It's the questions we can't answer that teach us the most.” How? Find out from our this quote...
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McVocab

McVocab – 61 – atweel

Atweel, our this week’s word from the McVocab collection by Cub Mcpaws would be a great new addition to your vocabulary! 👇
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McQuotes

McQuote – 69

Lessons we learn from children are much more meaningful, valuable & interesting than the lessons we teach them. Our this quote from the McQuotes compilation by Cub McPaws imparts one...
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McVocab

McVocab – 60 – aphthong

What’s similar between a knight, a businessman, a plumber & a ghost? 🤔 Find out from our this week’s word from the McVocab collection by Cub McPaws. 👇 🤭
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McQuotes

McQuote – 68

“Kids are born curious about the world. What adults primarily do in the presence of kids is unwittingly thwart the curiosity of children.” To find out how, read our this...
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