Melissa N.; customer:
I love your thank you cards! They look great
and are so easy for my kindergartner to use. Now she can be involved in
the process of writing out thank you notes for gifts she receives - a task I
previously dreaded doing. As a bonus, she is getting practice on her
penmanship and a lesson in good manners. :o)
Jeannie W.; customer:
As a matter-of-fact I just had my 5 year-old
daughter writing a "thank you" note to her grandparents this morning.
I purchased one of your lined stationary pads and it's just perfect! My
daughter just loves to write her own notes! And the out-lined space at the
bottom of the page to draw a picture, is a nice addition to the stationary.
Love it! Thanks!
Kim J.; customer:
I think they are great! My daughter started on a
couple this evening. She's still a little young but by the time her next
birthday rolls around in a few months they will be perfect! Thanks so much for
such cute designs and a great quality product!
Jen N.; customer:
My daughter is in preschool and has loved giving the Letter Learning
cards to her friends and family. It is wonderful practice for her writing and
she really gets a sense of ownership in giving a card she has written herself.
Recipients have really enjoyed getting a unique card she has created for them!
We are certainly big fans and have recommended Letter Learning to friends.
Life with 2 Boys
(July 29, 2011 http://life-with-two-boys.blogspot.com/2011/07/letter-learning-educational-greeting.html?showComment=1312208761945#c4372906980804616154)
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
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
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!
The Steady Hand
(July 25, 2011 http://thesteadyhandblog.com/letter-learning-review/)
I was sent 5 cards with matching
envelopes. 1 blank lined note card. 1 Happy Birthday card with a color by number picture on the front
and a place for a picture/drawing on the inside. 1 Happy Birthday card with a
bee on the front and a place for a picture/drawing on the inside. 1 Thank you
card with a place for a picture/drawing on the inside. 1 Just Because note card
with a place for a picture/drawing on the inside.
I like that the cards are made with thick card
stock,markers wont bleed through the paper. The lines are the perfect size for
children just learning to write. They are about a 1/2 inch tall. The cards that
have pictures are very bright and really catch your attention. The sayings
inside are very nice and vary by each card. The cards not only teach writing
but manners and support positive relationships.
The color by number on the poodle is something
very different. Each space has an addition or subtraction problem like 2 2. At
the bottom, it states if the sum or difference is x then color the space _____.
For example, if the sum is 4 then color it pink.
Letter Learning offers so many different types
of cards,no matter what the occasion,they have what you need! They also have
cursive cards,party invitations and Printable E-Cards for
just $1. All of their cards are made in the U.S.A.,made with recycled paper and
made with non-toxic ink.
The Giggle Guide
(Sept 21, 2010 http://thegiggleguide.com/grapevine/2010-09/abcs-making-greeting-cards-letter-learning)
Along with a new school year come new
challenges for children and sometimes, frustration. The best teachers use
innovative tools to help kids learn more easily. As an experienced teacher and
new mom on maternity leave with a pile of Thank You cards to write, Ellen
Richard was inspired to create a business to help children, called Letter
Learning. While thinking about learning exercises to help children learn how to
read, write and spell correctly, she had the idea that by making their own
greeting cards, kids can learn while having some creative fun. As a bonus, the
cards make wonderful keepsakes for grandmas!
Each card is pre-written in traceable
lettering, the same lettering used in schools to teach letter formation.
Children complete the cards by tracing over the letters: an important exercise
which helps kids practice writing, and reinforces important literary skills.
Each card includes a blank space for the recipient and childs name, as well as
some blank space for an original drawing from the child. The greetings feature
original color graphics.
Parents love this easy way to teach their
children the importance of writing Thank You cards and sending Birthday
greetings. A variety of special occasions can be personalized by children of
all ages. Simple wording and large font make these cards appropriate for every
early-learning skill level. Cards are available for most events, including
Mothers Day, birthdays, Fathers Day, Christmas, and Just Because.
A terrific new line of Math-Tastic cards
includes the traceable letters and incorporates a fun color-by-number activity.
Kids have to solve simple addition and subtraction problems to decode the
puzzle and color in the graphic on the greeting.
Make a note to add these reading and math
lessons to your store. To learn more about it, review www.letterlearning.com
I ordered eight cards. I purchased them for my
oldest two grandchildren, a 5 year old boy and a 4 year old girl. We used the
two Valentine cards. One they sent to their Aunt B. They each drew a picture in
the open area and signed the card. My daughter loved it. She rarely gets to see
them because of her work schedule and the distance she lives from us.
The second Valentine my grandson gave to his mother. She loved it also.
The kids thought it was great because they got to write their own card.
Tot Trends Weekly
(August 8, 2010 http://www.tottrendsweekly.com/current-issue.php?id=P2529):
Letter Learning is a teacher created card
company using pre-made words to make it easy for children to write
independently. Plenty of blank space to personalize to their hearts content.
Choose from ala cart cards or purchase a variety gift pack for all occasions.
(October 4, 2010 http://www.babycheapskate.com/2010/10/04/30-off-eductional-greeting-cards-for-kids/ ):
Check out this unique idea: Mom and teacher
Ellen has created a line of educational cards for kids that help teach reading.
writing, letter formation and spelling. Check them out at LetterLearning.com.
Choose from Personalizable Cards, Math-tastic Cards, Cursive Cards,
downloadable cards and more.
(October 4, 2010 http://blogs.orlandosentinel.com/features_momsatwork/2010/10/frugal-tuesday-unique-greetingcards-30-off-huggies-coupons.html ):
Check out these super-cute greeting cards from
LetterLearning.com for preschoolers learning how to write.
Soup Blog (May 26, 2010 http://lettersoupblog.blogspot.com/2010/05/frustration-free-greeting-cards.html):
I just came across Letter Learning Educational
Greeting Cards this morning on Twitter. I think this is such a smart idea for
helping young children write cards! As a mom of a reluctant writer, I know that
for some children, writing birthday cards and thank you cards can be a
frustrating struggle. These clever cards come printed with traceable messages
and space to draw a picture, making the whole card writing thing pretty much
Lizel W,; customer:
I can tell you as a mom who just had a
birthday party 2 months ago and have not mailed out thank you cards yet, that
anything to make this chore easier and more fun is great!
Karen V.; customer:
I love your page! Finding fun, new ways for my
boys to learn makes me so happy.
Rockville-Gaithersburg Oct. 26, 2010
I recently received a few cards
from Letter Learning.
They make great, educational cards for kids. There are tons of designs
and themes to choose from, and there are different skill levels to choose from,
writing, mathematics, etc. There are also downloadable cards and
postcards. And, there are personalized cards which include your child's
name, picture and message. These cards can help your kids work on reading,
writing, handwriting, letter formation, and even math.
I think these cards are so creative and I am
very impressed how fun AND educational these cards are. I really love
these cards and am recommending them to everyone with kids between the ages of
4 and 8!
Nov. 26, 2010 (http://www.thebabybottomline.com/2010/11/letter-learning-product-review.html ):
I was contacted by Ellen who is a new Entrepreneur...that started a line of
educational greeting cards (she's also a Mom and a teacher too!). She sent me
a mixed bag of her cards and also offered to do a giveaway
for a "All Occasion Gift Pack" and "Advanced - All
Occasion Gift Pack."
I received Fairy and Her Heart
(BIRTHDAY), which allows children to trace over the messages on the outside and
inside, leaves room to draw a picture and even has a spot for them to sign
their name. (also the person they are giving it to). The cards are all
printed on heavy stock and come with colourful envelopes.
The Math - Preppy Poodle
(BIRTHDAY) actually lets children practice their math skills by figuring
out the answers between 4-9 and use the colour index to colour the picture on
the front. It also lets them practice their writing skills on the inside
the card. The Cursive Word Search (BIRTHDAY) is for older children to
practice their cursive writing and has a word search on the front of the
card. The Buddy Birthday - Advanced Writer (BLANK) has the lines to have
children write in their own message (and the cow is super cute!).
I loved that the bundle of cards came in a
plastic sleeve.....it made sure everything got here un-damaged and stayed
clean. Plus it was great for storing the un-used ones. Ellen even wraps them in
a pretty bow for you too!. The first thing I noticed was the
quality...everything was thick and printed very well. I LOVE this idea, "M"
isn't ready for these just yet, but I can hardly wait to start practicing with
Sarah of Save
with Sarah Dec 6, 2010 (http://www.savewithsarah.com/2010/12/6th-day-of-christmas-giveaway-15-gift.html )
Ellen at Letter Learning
sent me a great little set of Education Greeting cards and I love them.
They are so fun and made of such great quality. You can check out the site and
search around. The different designs are very neat and each unique.
The cards are designed to help young children of all writing abilities become
more confident in their writing. Their signature cards provide the most
support with easy-to-tracemessages, while the advanced cards provide more
structure for writing proportional letters. They were designed by a
teacher, who understands that kids learn so much more when what they're doing
is educational AND fun -- the cards provide that experience! Letter Learning has
cards that help with basic math facts, cards that can be personalized with your
child's picture and message, cards that can be downloaded and printed out, and
cards with cursive. I had such a great time testing these out with my
little first grade nephew. He really enjoyed tracing over the
Xenia of Thanks,
Mail Carrier Jan. 7, 2011 (http://www.thanksmailcarrier.com/2011/01/letter-learning-educational-greeting.html)
... Being as picky as I am, however, I want to
send something that is unique, fun and that the girls can enjoy helping me fill
out or decorate as well. Which, if you add in educational, is exactly what
you'll find at Letter Learningand their greeting cards
for kids. Created by an elementary school teacher
who combined her passions for education, kids and cards, these aren't just any
cards. Instead, the large variety of options available at Letter
Learning provide a way for kids to not only send a nice greeting, but a place
to practice their handwriting and math skills. How cool is that? Arriving
beautifully wrapped in ribbon and plastic for safe-keeping, I was drawn to the
bright colors and cute illustrations even before I had these cards out of the
packaging. Setting out the four cards that we received, I knew right away that
Big Sister E was going to really enjoy them. Not only would she get to send out
a cute card to her family and friends, but she would have the satisfaction of
having written it herself!
Sure enough, as Big Sister E and I sat down and looked over the cards, she was
brimming with excitement over getting to play such a big part in getting them
ready. As working on correctly forming and writing her letters is something
that we do at home as well as at her preschool, I showed her the dashed lines
and she was ready to begin. . .
For a unique and innovative concept in kids' greeting
cards, Letter Learning has a selection for every holiday and
occasion. Why not surprise someone with Valentine's Day cardsthis year that your child
can be proud to send out? You'll boost self-confidence, contribute to their
learning and support a good cause - 10% of Letter Learning's profits go to
charity! It's a win-win situation for everyone!