With two kids pretty far apart in age, I know how hard it can be to keep the Santa Claus stuff going. I am one of those parents that adores the concept and reality of Santa in our home, so the magic of it is not something I want to get rid of anytime soon. As my daughter approaches 12, I don’t know if she believes in Santa any more or if she just tells me she does, but either way with a 5 year old still in the house, it’s a concept that won’t be going away until the kids are moved out and gone. Or maybe never. Regardless, one thing both of my kids love to do is create a Christmas present list, whether for Santa or for me, and I wanted to make sure it was fun and colorful this year. If the Santa list is something that goes down in your house as well, here is a Santa Claus Letter template, in a free printable download, for you to let your kids write or color a picture of a present (or presents) they are hoping to find under the tree. I made this one keeping in mind that some of the youngest that cannot write yet, will still be able to color some pictures indie the box. Other ideas are a list, a written letter, or even asking Santa his favorite cookie recipe.
Santa Claus Letter: FREE PRINTABLE FOR KIDS
DOWNLOAD SANTA CLAUS LETTER BY CLICKING HERE
You get both of these 8×10 PDF files so you can pick the one that is best for your kids.
As with all printables I recommend:
- Printing with a Laser Printer
- On Heavy Duty Cardstock
- Using BEST IMAGE or FINE IMAGE when printing
- You may: Use these for your kids, preschool, homeschool, church
- You may not: link directly to the download or sell
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