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"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." This great quote from Benjamin Franklin is printed on a page from a vintage dictionary page. Makes a great gift for teachers or lifelong learners.
Our dictionary art prints are made from real dictionary pages and are sure to add a bit of whimsy, fun, and unique vintage cool to your home, office, dorm room, RV, or anywhere!
SIZE and FRAMING
The pages are approximately 8x11. They are UNFRAMED. We recommend that you use an 11x14 inch frame that has an 8x10 cutout for the best results. If you choose an 8x10 inch frame, you may have to trim the page slightly to make it fit, but that can definitely work.
If you are looking for a unique birthday gift, Christmas gift, anniversary gift, Mother's Day gift, Father's Day gift, teacher appreciation gift, graduation gift, or Valentine's Day gift, our prints are a great choice!
We print our dictionary prints from our own studio right in the USA. The prints are placed in a clear plastic sleeve with a thick piece of cardboard for protection. The dictionaries we use are between 30 and 100 years old.
Each print is printed on a random page. We don't select specific pages to match the theme of the print because we would have to throw away a lot of unusable pages if we did that. We try to throw out pages that might have offensive words on them, but if you receive a page that is concerning, please let us know and we will work it out!
Gave this to my principal as a gift...she has it standing on her desk!
Really liked this product. Daughters teacher really liked it.
Ordered this for my wife's birthday. She is a history teacher and frequently says that Ben Franklin is her historical crush. I put it in a white frame and had all the kids sign the frame happy birthday with paint pens. She says it was her favorite gift last year.
I purchased this for my classroom. I love the quite because it fits a majority of learners.
Purchase as a gift for a mentor. He absolutely loved it!
Great teacher gift. Frame not included.
This Benjamin Franklin quote should be in the forefront of every educator's lesson plan. Not only does it keep us focused on our daily responsibility as a huge influence on our audience (students), but it reminds us to model what the student needs to remember about their responsibility in learning. Then, of course, we have to (again) model and practice patience as we involve them in their educational process
Beautiful teacher gift. Arrived exactly as described.
Definitely different. Bought as gift for my daughter's tutor. Exactly as described.