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Nerdy ABC Flashcards

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Raise the next Dr. Sheldon Cooper

  • 26 sturdy laminated flashcards with rounded corners
  • Each letter corresponds to a scientific concept
  • For fostering the "smarter than thou" in your child

A is for Atom, B is for Binary Code, C is for Cell Membrane... these are the ABCs as they're meant to be taught! Skyrocket your wee geek to the top of their class when they can brag about all the cool things they know. We can hear the conversations in the elementary school hallways now:

  • Lesser Child: "What's that hangy thing in the back your mouth? It's all.. hanging there. My mom says not to touch the hangy thing cuz it'll make you barf."
  • Your Genius: "Doesn't your mom know what the... hangy thing is called?"
  • Lesser Child: "Uhhh, she didn't say it had a name."
  • Your Genius: "Well, it's unfortunate that your parents aren't geeks. Allow me to enlighten you. The hangy thing is called a uvula."
  • Lesser Child: "A you-voo-what?"
  • Your Genius: "Uvula. U-V-U-L-A. Spell it with me now..."

Oh yes, foster that sense of superiority that every geek needs to show the lesser beings their place in the world. Just a warning, you may want to teach your wee geek a little tact - for example, it's fine to correct their friends but a bad idea to critique their teacher's drawings of squares as more rhomboidal in nature. It'll save them a trip to the principal's office.


Product Specifications

  • 26 sturdy 4x6" laminated flashcards with rounded corners
  • Each letter corresponds to a scientific concept
  • Full color artwork illustrates each word
  • Perfect for raising your smartypants
  • A necessity for parents who want their child in the 99th percentile on standardized tests
  • Play with them, frame them, or post them in your classroom
  • Great gift for science teachers and other nerdy adults

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