“In an age of computers and cell phones, Leksikon: The Social Journal provides a more traditional outlet for social bonding.”
Johnston, IA (PRWEB) April 17, 2011
Leksikon: The Social Journal encourages children to get to know each other and form new friendships. The journal includes a set of 25 questions and a scrapbook section. The journal owner answers all the questions first and then asks friends and classmates to do the same. Once a friend is finished with the questions and any additional work in the scrapbook section, the journal is given back to the owner. “This keepsake journal is effective in generating interaction and the development of social skills in school-aged children,” said Jasminka Goretic, the President of Leksikon LLC. “In an age of computers and cell phones, Leksikon: The Social Journal provides a more traditional outlet for social bonding.”
Leksikon: The Social Journal was carefully designed with school-aged children in mind. It comes in a colorful, modern design. Meant to last, it includes a durable, trade paperback cover with protective UV coating. The journal is spiral-bound to provide extra room for scrapbooking.
For more information on Leksikon: The Social Journal, contact Leksikon LLC via http://www.leksikonstore.com or by phone at 515-707-6100.