Unfortunately, writing a letter on paper or even a thank you notes general is becoming antiquated. Technology is taking over the art of writing and our kids will not even know how to spell words correctly because of spell check. I still make my children write thank you notes for gifts throughout the year. No an email to your grandmother will not cover it this time!
So how do you make your child excited to write to a letter instead of using email?
Well first as much as I try, they are not allowed to spend the money, or play with a gift until a card is written. (harder with the toys especially at Christmas time)
Secondly, give them some personalized stationery that they will love. I was first introduced to Amy Adele Stationery from my mother in law. She is a big letter writer and loves to send my kids personalized stationery.
I was recently given the chance to review their notecards. There are so many designs to choose from, you are going to probably want to buy more than one. From lacrosse to kids reading books, you are bound to find one that interests your child. You can also personalize them for an extra fee, for instance if I wanted this soccer player in my daughter’s team colors it would cost an additional $10.
Stationery makes a great gift especially for kids going off to camp, gifts for graduates and even new moms. Amy Adele even has a large selection of teacher gifts like thank you notes and cards. They have amazing selections for both boys and girls. Even fill in the blank versions for the child who is learning how to write.
They come in cute packaging to show off their cute designs.
Amy Adele offers stationery, calling cards, invitations, gift tags, clothes and bag tags. Need a baby shower gift, check out these adorable bibs.
Love that they are environmentally friendly too, by using 100% post consumer Recycled paper!! Makes me think all that recycling we do does actually produce something.
How do you get your kids to write more letters?
I was provided product in exchange for a honest review. All the opinions expressed are 100% my own.