Friday, July 29, 2011

Letter Learning educational greeting cards Review

Brayden starts Kindergarten next month so we've spent the summer practicing writing his ABC's as well as his name. He learned basic writing skills in preschool last year but still needs some help forming certain letters as well as spacing them correctly. That's why I love Letter Learning educational greeting cards.

Letter Learning offers two different kinds of educational greeting cards for kids.. For the earliest writers (kids ages 4-9) they have their signature cards which give the most support with easy to trace, pre-printed messages. Kids improve handwriting, spelling, letter formation, reading, and writing with no stress. They even have new math cards that provide a little extra practice with basic facts. For the more experienced writers (kids ages 6-10+) they have their more advanced cards that provide just enough support to help with size and proportion.

All occasions variety pack:

Sample inside:

With my husbands Birthday coming up next weekend, the Letter Learning Birthday cards are just perfect for Brayden to practice writing while giving his dad a nice, personalized card. Not only do they offer Birthday cards, but they also have Valentine's Day, Mother's and Father's Day, Christmas, Thank-You, and even Just Because cards. The Thank-You cards would have been perfect for Braydens last day of preschool to show his teachers how much he learned last year!

The Letter Learning cards are printed on heavyweight stock that is pencil, marker, and pen friendly. The quality is amazing and they even come with matching colored envelopes. They come wrapped in plastic sleeves for protection and are bundled and bowed for a nice touch!

**Buy It**
You can buy Letter Learning educational greeting cards on letterlearning.com. They can be purchased in variety packs as well as individually. Shipping on any US order is just $1.49


Disclosure: I was provided with a sample pack of Letter Learning educational greeting cards for this review. All opinions are my own.

8 comments:

Ellen said...

Those look great and I really like the cute designs. It's so important for children to enjoy learning.

Posh said...

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Vicky said...

I think these cards are so cute! I bet kids feel great giving them out :)

Beeb said...

What a great, unique idea!

Diane said...

Thats a really cool idea! A great way to have more personalized cards

Samantha said...

i would LOVE to try this for my classroom

Our Village is a Little Different said...

wow! that's a cute idea! I love these (and my family probably wishes I would get some for myself... my hand writing is, um, awful!)
-Catherine

Ellen at Letter Learning said...

Thanks so much for the dynamite review! I also just became a follower and would love to have you follow our blog, too! http://letterlearning.blogspot.com
Thanks again! Ellen from Letter Learning: Educational Greeting Cards for Kids

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