Kind Kids Write Thank You Cards
Did your son or daughter get a fantastic Christmas gift from the grandparents? Were they invited to a friend's birthday party? Maybe their teacher did something nice for them. Despite living in a digital age, an old-fashioned, handwritten thank you card is still a kind and appreciated gesture.
What to Write in a Thank You Card
Kid thank you cards and notes are always a bit more interesting if you let them decide what they want to say on their own. Typically, you can tell what type of information they should include, such as talking about how what they like about the gift or party, and then leave them to customize the information themselves. However, be sure to proofread it before mailing it to make sure there are no inappropriate or awkward spelling errors.
How to Design a Thank You Card
Tiny Prints lets you design your own kid thank you cards
and notes. Personalize the trim, the fonts and the colors to match either your children's favorites or, if you know what they are, the recipient's favorites. Most people choose to a simple font that says "Thanks" at the top and leave the rest of the paper blank for writing a personalized message.
Thank You Cards for Younger Kids
It is never too early to teach children how to be polite. Even if your kids aren’t yet old enough to hold a pen and write, they can still send a personalized thank you card. Tiny Prints has several options that allow you to fill in what your child is thankful for. They can color in the letters
to add their own touch to the card. Did they receive a wearable gift? Add a picture to the card.
Writing thank you cards is a wonderful project that teaches coloring and writing skills as well as kindness. In fact, you and your children will probably have so much fun together that you’ll begin scouring Tiny Prints for other customizable gifts