Sending a letter to Santa is something children look forward to doing. Make sending a letter to Santa that more special with a free Christmas Printable Letter To Santa.
It’s almost Christmas Time! The lights and holly are going up and everything smells like candy and spice. The days are shorter, the air is crisper and there are dozens of little things we all do to make things merry and bright. Nothing brings holiday joy more than a kid at Christmas. That’s where the expression “like a kid at Christmas” comes from. That’s where the letter to Santa Claus comes in!
Letter to Santa Claus
One of my favorite Christmas traditions is the Christmas wish list or letter to Santa. It’s so much fun to engage in that belief and wonder, and hope of a child’s heartfelt letter to good St. Nick. I have here a printable fill in the blank style Christmas letter that is perfect for kids of all ages. It’s fun for them and it can even be an experience for you to share.
The letter includes most of the body already. It asked very little of your child to add to it, but the information requested is good conditioning for basic skills they will need to use over and over again throughout school and even adult life. Filling out forms is something we all take for granted, now; and even loathe. But that’s exactly what this Christmas letter is. It’s a simple form with a little bit of Christmas Magic.
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Print Out this Christmas Letter
This Christmas Letter to Santa is adorable. It has all of these cute little flourishes that make it a very charming little memento to keep long after your child has grown up. It comes decorated with Christmas lights strewn around the border and ornaments lining the footer, with a couple of gingerbread men, a reindeer and a very cheerful Christmas tree with presents beneath it.
The fill in the blank style letter asks for your child’s name and age, followed by the statement “I live in ________.” Which I think is great, because it’s a little bit open-ended and you would be surprised to see what your little one might come with for location. After the basics, the letter gets down to the point. “I have been very good,… and what I would like most this Christmas is:”
The blanks give plenty of room to fill out the wish list and ends with a proper sign-off. It’s a wonderful introduction to the construction of a letter and it is too cute. Print it and try it out. Let me know how you like it!
Supplies you’ll need to send a letter to Santa
The supplies you’ll need to send this letter to Santa is small. Below are a few things you may need:
If you don’t have a printer, no problem you can have an office supply store print this out as many times as you need.
Where to send the letter to Santa?
If you do not want to hold on to the letter for you to look back on, there are a few places you can drop them off at.
- Here are the directions to use USPS to mail a letter to Santa
- You can drop the letter off at any Macy’s store
- Or you can hold on to the letter
I hope that this free letter to Santa will warm you and your children’s hearts this Christmas season.
Thank you so much for stopping by. Have an amazing day.