It’s the time of year when Santa needs to know what all the good little girls and boys want for Christmas! Not only will having your kids’ wishlist handy make Christmas shopping easier, but you will also love looking back on their handwritten lists when they are grown. I have created this free printable letter to Santa template so you can create a keepsake-worthy wish list for your children.
PRINTABLE LETTER TO SANTA TEMPLATE
First, save the free printable PDF to your computer. Make sure you save it somewhere you will be able to find it easily later. Send the file to print from your color printer, choosing the highest quality print settings. I also recommend using a higher quality printer paper, so that the letter will be a keepsake for years to come.
Then have your little one sit down to write out his letter to Santa, making sure to sign his name at the bottom of the letter when he is done. The lines on the paper will help even beginning writers to make their lists. I promise that you will love looking back on this handwritten list for years to come!
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When you have access to the Freebie Gallery, you will find these printable cards in the Coloring Pages section.
WHAT YOU NEED TO PRINT A LETTER TO SANTA
There is very little you need to print out these PDFs. If you don’t own a color printer, you can usually find inexpensive versions meant for students online for less than $50. You can also print color prints at a copy shop or your local library for a few cents per page.
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Thank you for sharing. Merry Christmas.