This printable Letter to Santa will make it simple for your kids to sit down and write out their Christmas wishlist.
It’s the time of year where everyone starts asking your kids what they want for Christmas. Well, maybe it is a little to early for some of you but I like to start my gift buying early and Santa and his elves need as much time as they can get to make all of those toys for good girls and boys! My niece and oldest nephew are now old enough to write their own Christmas list and they were so excited to write a letter to Santa this year letting him know how good they have been and what gifts were on the top of their wishlist. I know Christmas isn’t all about gifts and my niece and nephews know what Christmas really means, but come on guys, they are kids and Santa means presents. I remember how much I used to love making my Christmas list, looking through the Sears toy catalog (am I dating myself?) and picking out the things I wanted most.
This simple printable gives the kids a place to start with the letters to Santa, and Aunt Kat even gets to sneak a peek and steal a few gift ideas. Don’t worry, I make sure Santa knows what I decide to get so there won’t be any duplicates! I love that the kids are old enough to do some of the writing themselves now. My niece started kindergarten this year and she was so excited to fill in the blanks and sign her name at the bottom of the page. My oldest nephew had a list a mile long, he has high hopes for Christmas! Once everything is filled out the kids popped the letters in the mail to Santa and now they are anxiously waiting to see if they ended up on his nice list!
Get the printable here and sit down with the kids to send a Letter to Santa.