Wednesday, 10 December 2008

Childhood development is important


We've been told a child's formative years are their most important. What better way to teach budding young sociopaths their alphabet than with a set of wooden alphabet blocks?

Xylocopa has produced A Young Mad Scientist's First Alphabet Blocks to help aspiring youngsters learn word association.

A complete list of the images represented by the letters is as follows:
A - Appendages
B - Bioengineering
C - Caffeine
D - Dirigible
E - Experiment
F - Freeze ray
G - Goggles
H - Henchmen
I - Invention
J - Jargon
K - Potassium
L - Laser
M - Maniacal
N - Nanotechnology
O - Organs
P - Peasants (with Pitchforks)
Q - Quantum physics
R - Robot
S - Self-experimentation
T - Tentacles
U - Underground Lair
V - Virus
W - Wrench
X - X-Ray
Y - You, the Mad Scientist of Tomorrow
Z - Zombies

Brilliant!

2 comments:

Rhianon Jameson said...

Great fun and very clever! (I particularly liked Potassium for K.)

Darien Mason said...

Brilliant indeed! Ah, it brings back memories...*twitches*