These 10 cute (and free) printable letter to Santa templates making writing letters to Santa easy, and adorable keepsakes to put in your memory book.
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10 Letter to Santa Free Printable Templates
One of my favorite holiday traditions each Christmas season, is the classic Letter to Santa each of my kids fill out and send off to the North Pole.
It’s fun to see what they ask for each year, especially if they haven’t given me any ideas yet, and my favorite part is the sweet keepsake I have to put into their memory books.
You can always make your own Letter to Santa on school lined paper, but why not jazz things up a bit with some colorful templates you can print right at home.
I love fill-in-the blank letters too! The prompts are great at encouraging kids to write more than they would if you give them a blank sheet of paper. Plus, they’re also really fun for families with little children in preschool or school, and teachers help them fill out and send home.
If you mail your Letters to Santa, make sure you use the real mailing address of Santa’s North Pole location the US Post Office provides. The USPS recommends you send letters off before December 7th so letters are received before December 14th in Anchorage, Alaska. Follow all the steps to getting a return letter from Santa postmarked from the North Pole here.
10 Free Printable Letter to Santa Templates
Use the link below each picture to grab and print the Santa letter out that’s shown. Have fun reading your children’s letter to santa and savor these sweet memories!
I created these 3 fill-in-the-blank Letter to Santa templates this year to mix things up for my own kids. The third printable includes a Want, Need, Read and Wear wish list. (you can read more about the 5 gift rule and how this works here.)
Here’s the Letter to Santa template we’ve been using for a few years. Plus, I created a certificate for making Santa’s Nice List which is signed by Santa Claus himself.
This adorable Dear Santa Letter designed by Mama Geek is cute, but also gives you children plenty of room for self expression and can work well for younger, and older kids.
Two different Letter to Santa templates from Happiness is Homemade give kids the option to fill in the blank or write their own notes to Santa.
This is a simple and adorable Christmas wish list to Santa is from Yellow Bliss Road
If you’re planning a getaway for Christmas, this beach Santa letter might be perfect for you! This Santa on the beach free printable from Janinehuldie.com.
This simple letter to Santa template from Events To Celebrate is great for younger children.
If you want a Letter to Santa or wish list that doesn’t mention Santa, this one from Moritz Fine Designs will do the job!
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