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Thank you cards are important for children to learn how to use. It's the kind of skill every parent hopes to pass on to the next generation for how well it reflects on their children. Get your child excited by letting them choose their favorite color, such as yellow thank you cards. If you have been struggling with instilling this skill in your children, then here are some tips to get the ball rolling.
Young children are just developing their skills in empathy. If you use this skill while it's forming to promote good habits, they often become linked to feeling good. If you're trying to get a young child to write a thank you card, use an example of a time when someone thanked your child for something and remind them how that felt.
If it's time for your child to write thank you cards, then get some out yourself. This is easy during the holidays when both you and your child receive gifts. However, if it was your child's birthday, it just means you'll have to dig deep and come up with one or more things people have done for you lately that you are thankful for.
Letting your child have a say in how the cards look and what is written in them is especially important as kids get older. When they take charge of one or more aspects of the thank you note process, they're building good habits for future appreciation. You can let them choose a picture to put on the card or how the address labels will look.
Just as it's important to say thank you to someone in person when they do something nice for you, thank you cards are important as little reminders of love and appreciation. For just about any color, including yellow thank you cards, look at our customization options. You can also create personalized postage stamps for your thank you cards and other mail.