Preserving Children's Handwritten NotesWritten by Jodie
I remember watching a television show called Kids Say the Darnedest things. Actually this was a segment during Art Linkletter’s House Party (1952 – 1969), where he interview children between the ages of five and ten. Their innocence led to answers that were honest and often very funny.
This type of literal communication is the reason for preserving a child’s handwritten note. The six year old author’s spelling and penmanship makes this even more special.
Here’s another note from a Kindergarten student.
Did you save any writings from your childhood?
Contact me for more information on preserving your writings.
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