Printable Letters from Santa

by Kay on December 9, 2013

You can try to reassure your kid that Santa won’t need a chimney to delivers his or her presents all you want, but it won’t do you much good. Kids have questions and anxieties about Christmas that are tough to address. That’s why I have more than 50 Santa letter templates at that do just that. The site also has a number of other fun Christmas activities.

If you’ve ever had trouble convincing your children that Santa has a nice and naughty list, that he’ll find your family at a new address, or even that he received the child’s wish list, these templates are a great solution. Santa is the ultimate authority on any Christmas-related subject, whether you want a Santa letter for general correspondence or one that focuses on religious holiday messages.
There are also quite a few written from other North Pole residents such as Mrs. Claus, the elves and the reindeer. All of the letters come with full-color illustrations of Santa, ribbons and Christmas trees. offers more than just letters, though. There are also Christmas games for memory, matching and Bingo. If you’re throwing a party or family gathering you can print and use the Christmas cards that are decorated with cute illustrations of reindeer, Christmas trees and snowmen.
All of the templates at are free to download and print as PDFs, or $5 for a DOC file that can be customized in Microsoft Word or its equivalent. Then, you can type in kids’ names and other personal details before printing.

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