Free Letter to Santa Printable Template for Kids Post Preview: Working on a letter to Santa this Christmas but need a little help? This free printable for kids is a letter for Santa that is partially written, and then they can fill in the rest themselves.
Writing a letter to Santa is a fun annual tradition for children all over the world. It’s their chance to promise how good they have been all year while letting Santa know all about what they hope to find under the tree on Christmas morning.
To help kids with their letter writing, I have a free Letter to Santa Printable for kids! Of course, kids can write their own letter on a blank piece of paper. However, if they need a little assistance, this Letter to Santa printable can help them with that!
Note: The link for getting the Letter to Santa printable is farther down in the post. Make sure to scroll through the whole post to get to it.
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Free Letter to Santa Printable Template for Kids
This Letter to Santa printable is perfect for a variety of ages. It is especially well suited for early elementary-aged children.
Younger children, such as those in preschool and kindergarten, may also love using this template but could need help with writing down their ideas. If they need help, you can let them dictate their responses.
Older children who struggle with writing might also enjoy using this Letter for Santa printable.
How to Use the Free Letter To Santa Printable Template
1. Download the Letter to Santa printable available toward the end of this post.
2. Print out the Letter to Santa template for your children. It is in color, so it is best printed on a color printer. (Here’s a newer version of the one I have and love.) However, you can also print it out in black and white, if you prefer.
3. Give your children time to fill in their page, which includes things like telling Santa how they have behaved this year, what they want, and something they especially liked from last year. The template also has spots toward the end to specifically ask for something they would like to get to read and something they would like to receive that they can wear.
4. Send their letter to Santa. I’ll share more about this in the next section.
How to Send a Letter to Santa
There are a variety of ways to do this. If you send it early enough, you can do this through the post office’s Greetings from the North Pole Post Office Program. With this program, you send your child’s letter and the letter that you would like Santa to send back to them. It will come back postmarked from the North Pole. How fun!
Of course, if it’s too late to do that (like it is this year), you can let your children know that it’s probably too close to Christmas for Santa to write back but that you’re sure he’ll still get their letter in time.
More Christmas Printables and Crafts for Kids
Christmas Printables for Kids and Families
- Santa-themed Christmas Word Search Printables Packet – These are all secular with a Santa theme
- Christmas Bookmarks to Color for Kids – This is a secular set of color your own Christmas bookmarks
- Religious Christmas Word Search Printables for Kids – These include multiple levels of difficulty
- My Little Book of Christmas Colors Mini Book
Christmas Crafts for Kids
Here are some easy Christmas craft and project ideas that your kids or students may enjoy:
- Nutcracker Ballet Stick Puppets Craft – This comes with multiple free printable templates
- Cute Gingerbread House Paper Craft – This also comes with a free printable template
- 20 Christmas Ornament Crafts for Kids
- 15 Christmas Coloring Pages for Kids and Adults – These are intricate designs and great for a variety of ages
- How to Make a Super Cute Christmas Cupcake Bath Bomb – This includes step-by-step directions and pictures
- Easy Peppermint Bath Salt Recipe with Free Printable Gift Tags – This would make a fun Christmas gift for kids to make and give
- Hot Chocolate in a Jar Mix Recipe and Free Printable Gift Tags – Another great gift for kids to put together and give
HelloSprout on Etsy has this awesome Holiday Suncatcher Craft Kit that would be a fabulous Christmas craft. Once they’re finished, they can be taped to a window and used as festive decorations. So pretty!
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