Thanks Dads: Fathers Use Upper Deck Trading Cards to Teach Kids Math, Spelling, Reading and More!
Posted On 20 Jun 2015 / 1 Comment
Upper Deck cards are not just a 2 ½” x 3 ½” piece of premium card stock. They are much more, especially as they relate to parents and their children. Mothers today understand the value of sharing trading cards with their children. It is with fathers however that we see most of the interactions take place and it is a joy to watch. We consider these fathers All-Star Dads!
Some All-Star Dads use trading cards to teach spelling:
This All-Star Dad loves connecting with all his children over trading cards:
All-Star Dads can use trading cards as a way to teach organizational skills:
There’s no better ways to learn about an All-Star Dad’s favorite team or sport than through trading cards:
All-Star Dads use trading cards to help teach their kids math & arithmetic:
Dads read stories to their kids, but All-Star Dads will read books of Upper Deck cards to their kids:
All-Star Dads share the pulse-pounding, hand-shaking excitement of pulling awesome autographs from Upper Deck packs together:
All-Star Dads use Upper Deck cards to give their kids a break from the online world and television:
All these All-Star Dads have one thing in common however. They are making memories with their children that will last a lifetime. Our hats are off to you!