Looking for a fun way to help your little one learn to write their name?
The Little Stamp Company is a small business founded by a mom who wanted to develop a unique, educational, and fun learning tool for her child to learn to print her name. Lee-Ann O’Neill, mompreneur and teacher, was inspired to invent the product when her daughter was 3 and just learning to write her first name.
The self-inking stamps, with a large ‘dotted’ font, promote printing in a much more engaging, interactive way than practicing on a printed worksheet since every child loves to see their special name. Each personalized stamp uses child safe washable ink to keep their hands free from messy ink while they enjoy stamp and practice tracing the letters in their names on paper, cards, journal pages, etc.
As you can see, my 3-year-old loves her signature name stamp from the Little Stamp Company. One of the biggest early learning steps for a child is mastering writing their first name. We worked on printing her name while her big sister worked on first grade homework with her daddy. Having her own “homework” makes her feel special and reinforces the fact that learning is fun. She was quite proud of herself!
Right now The Little Stamp Company is offering a back to school special with free shipping for all orders over $80. These would make wonderful stocking stuffers! Ink refills are available for $5.95 in purple, blue, or green. For older children, The Little Stamp Company offers name stamps in 11 fun and funky stamps.
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