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A simple letter to Santa template could be just what you need to get your reluctant writer to pick up a pencil! Check out these creative options!
Whether you’re looking for stationery, fill-in-the-blanks, or something in between, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for in the collection below. Add a letter to Santa template to your Christmas activities for preschoolers.
These templates are great for starting a new Christmas tradition. They’re also good for getting in a little handwriting practice with your little ones.
Letter to Santa Template Printables
This Free Letter to Santa Printable includes some fill-in-the-blanks, check boxes, and writing lines. It’ll work great with preschoolers and kindergarten kiddos. Totschooling
Not only does this Dear Santa Letter Printable have kids writing their wish lists, but it also encourages them to reflect on what they’ve done throughout the previous year. Parenting Chaos
Here’s a fun pack of Dear Santa Stationery that includes a blank page (with a border), a lined page, and a coloring page. Choose the page that fits your child’s writing ability. Makeovers and Motherhood
Print out this Christmas Wish List Letter, and then follow the link to actually mail the letter to Santa Claus. What Mommy Does
Older kids will enjoy the unlined pages in this Dear Santa Printable Set while younger ones will enjoy the fill-in-the-blank version. MomDot
This Printable Santa Letter for Kids has primary lines for young writers. Crystal & Co.
Here’s a set that includes a Printable Letter to Santa and Envelope for Children. Artsy Craftsy Mom
My Letter to Santa Template includes primary (dashed) lines for young writers. If you have your child dictate their list to you, they can then copy it on this page for handwriting practice. Homeschool Preschool
Your kids can Write a Letter to Santa and then mail it in a matching envelope. Pickle BumsOn Christmas Eve, let your preschoolers use this Printable Letter to Santa to leave him a note about what they want him to leave. Nurture Store
Elves adorn this Dear Santa Fill In Letter Template, and they’ll be sure Santa gets your kids’ message! MomDot
Kids will enjoy coloring a picture for Santa as they fill out this Letter to Santa Printable. Simple Fun for Kids
Let your child complete this Printable Letter to Santa each year for a fun memory to look back on year after year. Frugal Mom Eh
If you follow the four-gift rule, this Dear Santa Letter template is perfect! The Chirping Moms
Here’s yet another festive Letter to Santa Free Template that includes a matching envelope for the mail. The Craft Train
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT SANTA
Fill your book basket with a great collection of Santa books for kids. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Things You Never Knew About Santa Claus – Up by the cold North Pole, far, far away from you, Santa Claus is doing things you won’t believe are true! Find out where Santa’s rosy cheeks and big belly REALLY come from in this funny, festive and silly look at Santa’s biggest secrets.
A Christmas Gift for Santa – Is there a gift waiting for Santa at the North Pole? Cuddle up with your little ones and follow the journey through Santa’s Workshop in search of Santa’s Christmas present.
Dear Santa – In this delightful tale, Santa is looking for the perfect present to send to a special child. Lift the flaps to reveal a big kite, a bouncy ball, and a mask! But nothing seems quite right…until Christmas Eve, when Santa finds the perfect gift to leave under the tree.
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