New Letters from Santa, Plus Games

by kevin on December 2, 2021

Grownups can help out busy Santa by passing along letters that are digitally ‘signed’ by Santa or his associates. SantaPrintables.com has added to its letters from Santa, and there are all-new illustrations on Santa’s stationery this year! There’s fluffy-bearded Santa border, a sheet with ornaments and candles, one of Santa trimming the tree, and blue-hued snowman stationery.

You’ll also find new printable games and activities as well. And of course there’s a free version of everything at the site, which has more than 225 printables.

The letters from Santa address a variety of situations. The new letter topics include: Santa visiting school, Christmas pranks, social media safety, and Covid precautions. There’s even a “surfing summer Santa.”

Some of the letters at SantaPrintables.com answer kids’ common questions such as whether Santa can make it snow, if he needs any help with his tasks, and what happens if the Christmas Eve weather is bad. There are a couple of new letters “signed” by Rudolph the reindeer, joining letters from elves and Mrs. Claus.

The site also has funny letters for older kids or grown-ups, letters for Christmas morning, Baby’s First Christmas messages and letters for the family cats, dogs, and other pets.

The new printable activities include: a fill-in-the-blanks Rudolph game, “I Spy” Christmas, a matching game, and an advent calendar. There’s also a list for writing down favorite Christmas songs. SantaPrintables.com is also home to Christmas mazes, word puzzles, wish list templates, thank you notes, greeting cards, and coloring pages. FreePrintableColoringPages.net has more coloring pages for Christmas.

The Santa letter templates are free as PDFs or $5 for a DOC version that can be typed into using Microsoft Word so you can customize the text and add names and other details.

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