Download this fun and free Dear Santa letter printable, envelope to North Pole, and wish list. Your child just needs to fill in the blanks on the free Dear Santa letter template, easy peasy!
Is your little one getting anxious for Christmas? The Christmas holiday season is by far my favorite as well as my kiddos.
When my kids were a little younger, one of the beloved traditions was going to get that picture with jolly St. Nick and to also write a letter to Santa. Writing letters is actually a perfect way to get some kids to practice writing without realizing it… parenting win!
As parents, we try to teach our children the difference between needs and wants and also to ask for something besides toys!
So today I’m sharing a blanks Santa letter template for free for your kiddos to use. It comes with a Dear Santa letter template, a wish list printable split into different columns, and a foldable envelope to send to the North Pole.
The PDF file download button containing all three free printable templates is at the bottom of the post!
No fancy cutting machines for this one! All you need is a printer, scissors, and some pens to fill in the Santa letter template.
Blank Santa Letter Template
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The first printable in the PDF pack is the fill in the blank Dear Santa letter printable. It’s cute with images of candy canes, a Santa hat, and presents, and to the point!
Once you have downloaded the Santa templates to your computer, simply print them out on any home printer on copy paper.
The free printable letter asks your child to fill in their name and their age and to check a box if they’ve been very nice, naughty, or naughty and nice!
The age really helps so you know what year it was when you add the printable Santa letter to a memory book that they can look at in the future. I’ve learned that the hard way!
Then the bottom half is a blank letter for younger kids to fill in what they are hoping to receive on Christmas morning. If you have younger children, you might need to help them with this part!
Then there is also a Christmas wish list for kids of all ages to fill out. There are different sections of the Christmas list to make them think of other things they might not ask for in their own letter.
This is a great way to get their thoughts together and to narrow down the items they want to actually put in their Santa letter template.
Also included in the Santa PDF pack is an envelope to put the free letter in to send off to the North Pole.
Simply print it out and cut around the edges. Fold where the dotted lines are.
Then use tape or a glue stick to put the envelope together. Then place your child’s letter inside to send off!
Download as many free printable Dear Santa letters as you need, print, and fill in the letter templates, done!
Santa Letter Printable Free Download
As with all my free printables, these are for personal use only! Please no selling or redistributing of PDF files. Thank you!
If you are interested in even more Christmas printables for this fun time of year, check out:
- Christmas tag for classmates
- Christmas gift tag for teachers
- Christmas activity worksheets
- Christmas Story printables
- Coloring Christmas cards
Remember this free Santa letter printable PDF pack is for personal use only. It is not to be resold or copied under any circumstances. Thank you for your understanding! This is a digital file.
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!