Best Of Kid's Thank You Cards
Kids get a lot of gifts. Along with the usual birthday and holiday presents,
they often pick them up at classroom gift exchanges. This means they need a larger
variety of thank you cards than many adults. Here are the top two types the average
child will require:
Kids Thank You Cards for Family Members and Close Friends
These messages should give the appearance that the child actually thought about
the recipient and the gift the person gave them. Since holidays usually result in the
receipt of multiple presents, it's not practical to have custom printing done for each person.
Instead, the printed message should show a bit of the child's personality while allowing
the opportunity to add a handwritten note. If you choose a fold-out style, the blank
space inside leaves room for a personal note that is written specifically for each person who gave a present.
Kids Thank You Cards for Their Class
The kid is catering to an entirely different audience with these messages. Kids thank you cards for their
classmates should be age-appropriate, but made to be appealing to other children rather than adults.
If your kid is over six or seven years old, ask for his or her input. He or she knows what classmates will like.
One-sided styles are also a good idea for kids. Your child probably won't need to write long messages
for all of his or her classmates, so there only needs to be enough room for them to write who the card is
for at most. You can also print your child's name onto the cards so there's no need for your children to sign them all.
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you are sure to find a design that your kid and their friends will enjoy.
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