Write On Wipe Off Alphabet Cards by The Appealing Rabbit: Review

This morning my boy was in a colouring-in mood – which usually means Mummy drawing a bus in the colour he chooses, and then Tyler colouring the bus in. While he was in the arty mood, I thought it was a good time to try out these new Write on Wipe off Alphabet Cards that were kindly sent to us by the Appealing Rabblt.

The Appealing Rabbit Alphabet Cards

Inside the packet is a small dry-erase black marker with an eraser on the lid, and 26 beautifully illustrated cards of each letter of the alphabet, The cards are quite sturdy and measure 12x16cm. There is also a scorecard included.

The Appealing Rabbit Alphabet Cards

The idea is for children to trace the outline of each letter to practice learning to write the alphabet. The cutie cartoons are to make it fun. Now my boy has just turned 3, and with a short-attention span he had got distracted by his trains! So I brought him the letter ‘T’ – it being a favourite, T for Train, T for Tyler – and let him have a go.

The Appealing Rabbit Alphabet Cards

And this is what he came up with. Very good for a 3-year-old I would say! He obviously needs more practice, but I’m sure he’ll be writing letters within the year. Hopefully. Well these cards will definitely help 🙂 It all wiped off with the eraser on the lid, even the bit he got on the floor (note to self – do not do this again on the floor!)

The Appealing Rabbit Alphabet Cards

All the cards are different, with illustrations featuring the cutest little rabbit. Below are my favourite designs from the cards – I love the motion implied, so when you are writing the letter, you are following the train or car etc. Tyler’s favourite is letter ‘O’ – he keeps gasping ‘train’ at it.

The Appealing Rabbit Alphabet Cards

These cards have just come on the market – they are that brand sparking new. Created in Norway, they are available to buy in English, Danish or Norwegian via www.appealingrabbit.com.

If you’re interested in the artist behind the illustrations, they are drawn by Gediminas Pranckevičius and 4-Leaf Clover Studios. Very talented!

Website: appealingrabbit.com
Facebook: facebook.com/theappealingrabbit
Twitter: @AppealingRabbit

Please note we were sent this product for the purpose of this review but all thoughts and opinions are my own.


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15 responses to “Write On Wipe Off Alphabet Cards by The Appealing Rabbit: Review

  1. I love these – my little one will turn three next month so the same age – I think these would be ideal for him. Great review too. Thank you #TwinklyTuesdays

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  2. We have these (also for the review) and we just love them. Zach is two and a half and I was amazed at what he done with these! Proudest mumma ever! These are so gorgeous though, seriously amazing product! Thanks so much for linking up with #TwinklyTuesday

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    • Oh wow 2-and-a-half, you must be proud. It’s amazing what they can do, I never considered getting Tyler to write as I thought he was too young, but they are actually really clever! xx

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  3. these look fab, although i wish they were in lower case as this is how they are taught in schools. Great for gaining some pencil control and I ill definitly be keeping an eye on the website for some lowercase letters!!

    Thanks for linking up to #ToddlerApprovedTuesday. Hope to see you again 🙂

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    • Thank you, hmmm I didn’t realise they taught lower case first, we’ve still got a year left till school – so that is interesting, I’ll pass the feedback back. Thanks xx

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  4. Yeah I love it! I always thought age 3 was too early for this, but actually it’s a great way to introduce writing. Or if not, just looking at the pretty cards! xx

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