This free printable letter to Santa will totally make that letter writing easier for kids. Just print it, fill it out and send it to the North Pole!
This fill in the blank letter to Santa is ultra easy for kids to fill out and so cute! Plus….ummm…it’s FREE which is the best kind of printable!
Christmas is the most magical time of year. Even if you’re not much of a “magical” type person, there is just something about Christmas.
Sometimes I wish I lived somewhere that got snow during this time of year. I dream of spending Christmas in a snowy New York City. Or in Norway.
But I digress. Today we’re at home helping kids to make their Christmas list to Santa (and if it’s a mighty expensive list, learn how you can make extra money for Christmas).
Lately, I’ve become slightly obsessed with making free Christmas printables. (I’ve also got some free Grinch printables)
This free printable letter to Santa is a fun activity for your little ones to do in the lead-up to Christmas. And you can keep it as a keepsake and bring it out when they’re older for a bit of fun!
It would also be fun to preempt your letter writing time with this printout – it could even come in the mail to remind your child to be nice (not naughty). Maybe you’ll get some extra good behavior so you don’t have to keep your mom patience in check!
How to Download your Free Printable Letter To Santa
I’ve made it super easy for you to download your free Letter to Santa PDF – just click on the image below and you’ll be taken to a PDF version you can download then print off.
Just like my free Grinch printables, there’s no need to enter your email address – the printable is 100% free.
And you can make this super fun by sending your child or children a letter back from Santa. Imagine the looks on their faces when they get a letter from Santa himself!
If you’re looking for some letter from Santa templates, you can buy these ultra cute personalized letters to Santa for a reasonable price. Each package includes directions to your home from the North Pole, an official “nice” list with your child’s name highlighted, a certified letter from Santa and a nice list certificate. It’s all totally official looking!
If your child is having a hard time thinking about what they want for Christmas, try these toys for toddler boys, 25 stocking stuffer ideas, or best wooden toys for toddlers for some inspiration.
I hope this free printable letter to Santa template helps you have a slightly easier and more fun Christmas. A cute letter to Santa (and don’t forget your free Grinch printable) is sure to give your Christmas a touch more magic!
Meet Santa Now
Another possible fun option is to zoom with Santa (from the company We Meet Santa). There likely won’t be a lot of sitting on Santa’s lap this year, so these Zoom calls with Santa are the perfect opportunity!
They have packages ranging from a video message from Santa to live video calls with different options. Check out We Meet Santa now for a great Christmas experience!
Did you use this template? How did it work? Leave a comment below and let me know how you liked it!