How a birthday card for kids can be an extra present
Birthdays – we all love them, the cards, the cake, the presents. We can’t wait to open our everything to see what we’ve got. I am particularly fond of a birthday card; I love to see what people think that I will like. My kids are no different either, they like to find out what their friends think will make them laugh, smile or stop and think. We have been lucky to be sent Cardooo at ASDA birthday cards for the kids to take a look out. These aren’t just ordinary birthday card though…they have a little twist to them…
So what are they all about?
What are Cardooo activity birthday cards for kids?
Cardooo are available in selected Asda stores. They are suitable for 4-7 year old children, and have small activity books included within the birthday card itself, as well as stickers. Kind of like a little secretpresent that you aren’t really expecting when you get the card!
The books have c. 8-10 pages of activities themed around a specific topic including:
Adding stickers to a scene,
Dot to dots,
Simple anagrams, and
Spot the differences.
There are 10 themes offered in the Cardooo birthday cards range, including those that are suitable for both boys and girls:
They currently (November 2015) retail in ASDA at £3.00 each.
What did we think of Cardooo activity birthday cards for kids?
These are a simple, but very effective idea. For a pretty small outlay, the cards offer an extra “present” to whomever you are buying the cards for. Typically, we would spend c. £2.00 on a card, so this is only a little increase for a considerable bit more.
Additionally, these could keep those little birthday hands busy for just that bit longer, which is probably not going to be a problem for most parents whose kids are going to be sugar fuelled for most of the day!
The activities seem to be well pitched at the different age groups the cards are targeted at, with the age four activities suitable for those whose literacy skills aren’t quite as well developed as those at seven.
The colours are bright and engaging too, perfect for little ones to grab their attention, and keep it too.
As for the quality of the product, the cards are surprisingly thick, as are the activity sheets, particularly given the cost of them. They even have a lovely shiny coating, which even my kids commented on when they got the cards out of their wrapping.
What did our reviewers think of the Cardooo birthday cards?
We gave these cards to three of our reviewers to check out – overall they loved them. In fact, each one of them gave them 10 out of 10! This has never happened before on this site….
Below is a summary of all the comments that were made by the parents that tested them out:
Overall 9 out of 10
We loved these cards; such a great way to give a little extra present to the birthday boy or girl. They are ideal for a parent to give to their own child or a close relative.
They are perhaps a little more than you might spend to give to one of your child’s friends though. The activity book would probably not be seen as part of the present, so you could end up spending a little more than you would normally do.
Having said that, we wouldn’t hesitate to buy these for our kids, or close friends and family. A perfect way to keep the children entertained and quiet on an otherwise completely chaotic kind of a day!
Have you tried the Cardooo birthday cards for kids? What did you think?This is a sponsored review, but all opinions are our own.
Helen is a mum to two, and social media consultant and website editor. Since giving up being a business analyst when juggling travel, work and kids proved too complicated, she founded KiddyCharts so she could be with her kids, and use those grey cells at the same time. KiddyCharts now works with big family brands to help them promote their services, as well as offering free resources to parents of kids under 10. Helen also helps other organisations with their social media and blogging strategies, including working part-time as a community manager with Truprint. She can often be found hanging about on social media, and trying to avoid stepping on the Lego her kids keep leaving lying around.