We’re finally in December, where has this year gone? Who’s ready to write a letter to Santa? My kids love writing letters to Santa because the post office sends them replies. My oldest knows there isn’t a Santa but goes along with it for the younger kids.
My kids like to ask about Santa, to see how he’s doing, how the reindeer are and tell him if they’ve been good or not. I swear some of the things they come up. Why not incorporate letter writing into your schedule, you can practice handwriting, grammar, and spelling while making it fun for the kids.
I know my kids always want to include things that they’d like for Christmas but I always encourage them to think of those that are in need and may not get any presents this year to steer their thinking into giving to others as well.
My son volunteers with Meals on Wheels and has noticed that everyone does not have wonderful houses to live in and sometimes the conditions are not always ideal. He’s asked about why they would let it get that way and it has led to many discussions.
Will your kids be writing any letters to Santa this year? Use these bright and colorful printable Santa letters for your kids to use and choose from 7 different templates.
Download the printable Santa letters
There are several different designs to choose from.
Recommended Santa Claus Books
Read about these fun Santa stories for Christmas to get your kids excited about Christmas.
Santa Bruce (Mother Bruce Series)How Santa Got His JobHow to Catch Santa (How To…relationships)A World of Cookies for Santa: Follow Santa’s Tasty Trip Around the WorldSecret Santas and the Twelve Days of Christmas GivingSanta’s Stuck
You can also take a look at my other Christmas printables for kids.