Tuesday, September 23, 2008

How do you spell your name

We practice writing and spelling our names often around our house. Well, I've got my name covered but I have a certain 5 year old that since recently starting kindergarten, needs a little coaching on his penmanship. The Little Stamp Company has created a simple but very handy stamp that helps children learn to write their name. Choose from ALL CAPS or lowercase letters, send in your child's name & let the tracing begin! Shop now and save 15% off your purchase, use code "simplefinds" at checkout.
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140 comments:

Sandy said...

I love the fact it can teach the child spelling of their name but also give them a little confidence, and having this is great for many reason- parents can stamp and the kids can practice till their hearts delight. It also teaches upper and lower case if thats what you get.

ms-texas said...

Very nice - I like that they are personalized

Whimsical Creations said...

I like the fact that this can be a fundraiser. What a perfect fundraiser for pre-k!

=) melanie
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melanieadey at hotmail dot com

Whimsical Creations said...

I am a subscriber.

=) melanie
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melanieadey at hotmail dot com

amyinkamloops said...

I like that kids can learn to copy and trace their name, quote:

"With a large 'dotted' font children can stamp their own name on paper, colouring pages, artwork etc. which allows them to trace the letters of their name"

I would love one that said "Zachary" for my son.

Jenn S. said...

I love the fact that there are three custom options and that it instills a sense of accomplishment while teaching one to write their name. I have been dotting my son's name on everything. This would be great to have. I would get it in our last name.

Shannon said...

the fact you can use any name.

brandi said...

This would be great to not have to slowly write out the dotted name every time. Especially for signing cards or letters from my 3 1/2 year old. I love it!

brandi said...

I am a subscriber :)

Lweaver said...

I love that the name stamp can help kids learn to spell their name. They can stamp it and then write over it. I wish I had this when my son was learning to write.(montmor1@nemichigan.com)

Naomi said...

Love the personalized stamps! A great way for my daughter to learn to spell her name and what child doesn't like stamps?! Great product!

Naomi
info at mammysmercantile dot com

Amber said...

I love that it helps kids learn how to write their letters.

ambeeanderson@hotmail.com

Amber said...

I am a subscriber!

monky said...

I really like the personalization of them! It would make any child feel special!! :)

:) Thank you for the great giveaway! :)

Amy said...

What a great idea!! I love that it can help my 5 year old learn to write his name properly.

amy_b_hall@yahoo.com

Amy said...

I'm a subscriber.

amy_b_hall@yahoo.com

stout family said...

what a fun way to teach your child to write their name!!!

ashleydstout at gmail.com

stout family said...

i am a subscriber

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gkstratos said...

Love that it's personalized and that it supports learning.
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gkstratos said...

Subscriber
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Lacey said...

My 3 year old would love this she is always wondering how to spell her name!

blueviolet said...

I love that it can be personalized and if they have a name and a nickname, you could order both. Also, you can get it in capitals or lower case. Wonderful idea and fun!
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
Elizabeth

blueviolet said...

I subscribe too.
doot65{at}comcast[dot]net
Elizabeth

Sam and Brye Crockett said...

I love that it'll help me teach my daughter and that it'll be something that she can keep in her memory box.

Sam and Brye Crockett said...

I'm a subscriber.

jffryclough said...

i'll love to have my own stamp

Maja said...

I love that they are personalized. Neat.

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Maja said...

angelina115@hotmail.com

subscriber

Millie said...

I have a special needs son who is just learning how to spell his name this would be great for him! Thanks for the chance to win!

Millie said...

I have your button on my blog!

rosannepm said...

I like the third funky font stamp saying GABBY

Anonymous said...

I like that it teaches a child the spelling of their name and that it allows a child to personalize their items.
-Terra
partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com

elaine said...

What a great idea! So good for childrens self-esteem!
Elaine R
emrosser@shaw.ca

mverno said...

that they are personalized is great

lacey said...

i love that they thought of kids when designing the stamps... perfect gift too!

lacey poag
laceydonae@hotmail.com

tracyb107 said...

i like the personalization

LadyBug-Kellie said...

I like that the ink is child safe and eco-friendly!! This is a great tool for young kids. Cool idea!

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LadyBug-Kellie said...

And i subscribe!!

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khepworth said...

This is a great learning tool for kids. It makes it fun for them.

kananihep@yahoo.com

Rebecca said...

I like the fact that it helps a child not only learn how to write their name but spell it.

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Rebecca said...

I blogged about this giveaway:Here

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Rebecca said...

I am a subscriber!

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Kristie said...

Such a good idea. I love that there are several choices to fit every child's needs. My daughter Emma would love this stamp!

I am a subscriber.

klshirley@gmail.com

Thanks.

idahomom said...

My son would love to see his name in print.

kdkdkd said...

I love that this company was created and is run by a Mompreneur. Would love one of these stamps for my 3 year old son

Abby said...

My daughter just started Kindergarten and often forgets the order the letters in her name go in this would be a wonderful helpful tool!

ajcmeyer At go DOT Com

kygirl said...

like that kids can learn to copy and trace their name

Shelly said...

I am a subscriber

Shelly said...

I love that is an educational 'toy' and a helpful thing to have in the house to label things

Jeremy & Celeste said...

I love the fact that you can teach children how to spell their name and recognize their name. What a great little tool for us as parents to be able to help our children. Thanks for such a great give away.

CanCan said...

I love that it is personalized, practical, and something the child can do by themselves! My son would LOVE stamping his name on a piece of paper and tracing the letters! He is letter obsessed right now! He can't read, but he writes random letters all day long and tells me that he is "working". He is getting pretty good!

onlycancan at hotmail dot com

Wehaf said...

I love that the company does fundraisers!

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Alice H said...

I like that you can customize the stamp a bit - choose ink color, etc. Thanks for the chance! afdr3d@umkc.edu

Mama Zen said...

I like the all caps option!

kelli at pfrog dot net

Kristie said...

I love that the kids can practice writing their names by just stamping it on paper then following the dots-what a neat idea! My daughter is 2 now and really excited about recognizing her name. I'm sure she'll be practicing writing it in no time.

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windycindy said...

Hello! I like how the names are uppercase or lowercase. Also, that hey are dotted for tracing. Please enter me in your delightful giveaway drawing. Many thanks, Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

windycindy said...

I am a subscriber. Cindi
jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

vboackle said...

i think it sould help my grandson spell his name.

Megan said...

What a great idea for kids!

I am a subscriber.

Megan
chiligirl22980@yahoo.com

Never That Easy said...

This is a great idea!

Sundi said...

I love that it's customizable and that it could teach my daughter to spell and write her name! Thanks! ksrutledge at hotmail dot com

justicecw said...

I love that it is a FUN way to teach kids. This would be great for my son. thanks for the chance, justicecw@hotmail.com

Buki Family said...

I love this great way of teaching our kids, and it is personalized. Plus you could use it to label their books, etc...

danosor said...

I am a subscriber.

AmandaSue said...

I love that you can do it all upper or lowercase, and that the ink is eco-friendly and water-based

Alisha said...

This is such a great idea! A great way to help them learn to spell and write their name all in one!

Jessica D. said...

Personalization is key!

gunzie said...

I wish I had known about these when my son tried writing his name, but now I know for my youngest, still a while to go as she's only 15 months. I think it's a great idea, it's a fun way for the kids to learn to write their name.
I wonder if they could do adjustable stamps where you could make up words for kids to learn to write words?
Thanks for the great giveaway!
ann dot guns at mac dot com

gunzie said...

I'm also a subscriber.

Nadia said...

My preshcooler is learning how to write his name and this would be awesome for him! I love that these stamps are (as their website says) "educational, useful and fun"!
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Nadia said...

I'm a suscriber! =)
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Sunnyvale said...

It looks like a lot of fun for the kids

kristilb19 said...

I like how I can choose the name for it, personalized! Cute I'd love to win!
kristilb19@yahoo.com

Pat Connors said...

The contests!

Renee said...

I love that the product was developed by someone who is a mom and teacher.
Thanks
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Kendra said...

What a great idea! I think practicing writing can feel like drudgery to little ones, but I'm sure the introduction of a stamp like this would make it feel like a game! I love it when learning feels like fun!

angela said...

I think my son would love being able to stamp his name. He is 2 now, and just gets a kick out of being able to do things on his own!

janetfaye said...

I like that Each personalized stamp uses child safe washable ink to keep those little hands mess free.

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lsl_53 said...

I think its great that they will do fundraisers! :D
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marcyp06@hotmail.com said...

This is great! It saves me from having to write it out 500 times a day for them to copy and helps them feel independent!!

mamamymy said...

funky font stamped with "Melyna"...would be sooo great for my toddler!!!

Kasey P said...

What a great tool to help a child with learning how to write their name. A fun way at that.
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laura said...

My favorite thing, is that they use eco-friendly ink, which also lasts a long time and wont run out after 2 days, and it's water based/washable ink! Great!! laurachilton {at} hotmail {dot} com

laura said...

I'm a subscriber too, yay!
laurachilton {at} hotmail {dot} com

lindanuts said...

so many positive things---the ink is safe, the dotted lines for tracing--and it can be personalized. it is so hard to find a stamp with your specific name/spelling.

littlelatina said...

My son would have a ball with this also we could use it for so many things!

Heather said...

I like that there are three custom options that let you indicate your child's name, select ink colour, choose whether you would prefer ALL CAPS or Lower Case (i.e. Matthew).
Heather
jandh at myfamilylovesit.com

Landon, Kathrine & Greyson said...

i like that any name can be put on the stamp and that the kids can practice tracing their name. it will help them spell it too.

thewehrungs@yahoo.com

NateAndJakesMom said...

I like that there are 3 custom options. Though as a daughter of a kindergarten teacher may I suggest getting the lower-case version. In kindergarten they expect them to write in lower-case instead of all-caps.

nateandjakesmom at gmail dot com

Alicia said...

I like how you can be extra lazy! It'd be cute to stamp that on letter you send to people, too!

NateAndJakesMom said...

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Xenia S said...

I love that having one of these stamps wouldn't only be cute and handy but would help my daughter learn to write her name by tracing the letters. Now that's just good fun.

Thanks!
xpsundell(at)gmail(dot)com

silverbele said...

Great for my grandson

mogrill said...

My daughter loves to send mail, and this would just tickle her fancy!

Kristy said...

I love the convenience of it. You can take it anywhere to practice and you don't have to bring a whole workbook with you.
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amyparsons1@yahoo.com said...

I love the convenience.

Icetwofire said...

Something that is educational, useful and fun a child can only learn from, awesome idea, thank you.

Icetwofire said...

I am a subscriber

Anonymous said...

My nephew would love this. angel_2417@yahoo.com

mommyjen99 said...

I like the fact that it can be customized with any childs name.
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Erma said...

I would love one that said "Ashley" for my daughter.
erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

Chelise said...

I think it is important to stress nice penmanship and making the letters look nice. These stamps help children learn how to form the letters correctly.

Thanks!

cheliseb(AT)aol(DOT)com

Gianna said...

I love that they are personalized :)

ssmina said...

my son's name isn't very common so this is great! thanks.

Smooshy said...

It helps children learn to write their name!

Brenda S. said...

Very nice - I like that they are personalized. Thanks!!!

Susan W said...

I like that it teaches a child how to spell their name. Great learning tool!
Thanks so much!

Karen said...

Great Prize :)

MAUREEN said...

I like that they are so large. It is really a great idea.

Candie said...

I love that they combine two things that childdren love. Stamps and writing. There is so far that the children can go with these tools

jcamp2020 said...

I'm a grandmother to four under the age of five...thank goodness someone has come up with this...yeah! Thinking..someone else is always thinking..so thank you!

Storm said...

I like that it comes in both all capital letters and Upper/lower case fonts - the littles can use these too!

I'm also a subscriber!

stormraven at gmail dot com

lisagee said...

The educational products help the children in your lives develop early literacy skills while having fun!



Good!!

ihchicky said...

I love that it teaches children how to print. Great idea. Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

Kids would have a ball!!ahmaur(at)hotmail.com

lorides said...

I have a student who is having trouble learning to spell her name this would be very motivating for her

Amy said...

I love the fact that it can be a fundraising item that actually is helpful to children. And I love the fact that it can be personalized.

kathy55439 said...

Would love to get something to help the little boys I nanny for to learn to write there last name is a long last name....

whitney said...

My kids love to stamp anything and they fact that they can stamp their name anywhere and practice it (on paper of course!) is fantastic.

whitney said...

I am a subscriber, fingers crossed.

klp1965 said...

i love that they are great for the little hands :)

masonsgranny59 said...

I heart that they are personalized.

purango said...

I love that they are personalized. garrettsambo@aol.com

Marcia said...

The Name Stamp is a REALLY good idea - if my granddaughter doesn't stamp the walls and furniture! Hope I win

Amy said...

Absolutely wonderful idea! This would actually save me from creating my own for my children as, to be honest, when I do mine, they aren't as straight and neat sometimes as they should be. Its a great learning tool and I am impressed!

Steph said...

I like that they come in both upper and lower case. They are such a great idea, would be a huge help to either of my little "beginning" writers!

sunnymum said...

I love the fact that the stamp was created by a mom. I like to support business that have children's best interests at heart. This is a neat idea. Thanks!

judybrittle said...

I love tat my granddaughter could learn to write her name by tracing the letters. This is a great idea. Thank you!
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judybrittle said...

I'm a subscriber
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sharon said...

I like that the stamps are personalized and kids learn the letters of their name

bndraldy said...

I truly appreciate the note to the parents! I cannot tell you how important this is!!!
Parents: When teaching your kids to learn to print with our stamps, take the time to show them the proper letter formation - top to bottom, left to right, bad habits are hard to break later!
Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Midnight111usion said...

THat's the coolest gadget ever!

Anonymous said...

I like that I could get my kids' unusual names on their own stamps.

dolls123 said...

The self inking mechanism enables an easy to use, no mess scenario because no separate stamp pad is required!



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bosslady2898 said...

I like how it can be personalized. My poor daughter's name is Marcie and they never have her name imprinted on those awesome little bike license plates or cool colored pencils...

gweno said...

I would want my own name on a stamp in hand writing form to personalize papers for my students.

Stacy said...

I love that it was started by a mom.

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jeanne said...

I like that kids can learn to print their name in a fun, unique way.

Erika said...

I love the fact it can teach the child spelling of their name but also give them a little confidence.

lilyk said...

I love how the inks in the stamps are child safe.

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