Quick, Easy, & Meaningful Kids Handwritten Thank You Notes!
If you are anything like me, a handwritten thank you note or card is still more meaningful than any call, text, or email. If you share the same sentiment and want to have your children embrace the art of thank you notes, then look no further. Here are some adorable and thoughtful options to help your little ones complete thank you notes that will be meaningful for the recipient.
Get your child’s creative juices flowing with a print and color card. Sunnydayfamily.com shares a free template to print that is perfect for any occasion. Your child can color the outside and fill in the Dear _________ , Thank you for ___________ outline on the inside. This is the perfect thank you to send to have your child send to their birthday party guests!
Witandwander.org has a similar thank you card template with a little bit of an elaborated prompt that is great for older ones. It is also perfect for coloring and decorating before sending. The additional prompt on this card of “I like it because _______________” is a great way to elaborate on why the gift is special. Grandparents and family members especially love hearing your child’s thoughts and appreciation for those special gifts.
If you want to be a bit more personalized and creative, I suggest making finger print thank you cards that savingsimple.blogspot.com shared. If you are like me and have small children who can't yet write on their own, this is a great way to incorporate them into the card (even though you may be doing the writing).
Regardless of how you send it, the less generic the better! You want your guest and loved one to know that you appreciate the gift and their relationship so much. It’s the little things that mean the most!