Letters from Santa

by Kay on December 15, 2012

Every year, kids across the country send out letters and wish lists to Santa at the North Pole. Those kids deserve a response, especially if they have concerns, an unaffordable request or even a little naughty behavior that needs addressing. Fortunately, there are Santa letter templates for all kids and situations at SantaPrintables.com, as well as a number of other fun Christmas activities.

Letters at SantaPrintables.com are available for everyone who wants their kid to have that extra moment of magic during the Christmas season. The letters are also great for broaching difficult subjects with children. Some of them address kids who are worried about not having a chimney, who are getting older, who will not receive many presents due to financial hardship, or who didn’t get the present they wanted. Others are just fun and festive ways to tell children that they are on the “nice” list, or to remind them of the religious nature of the holiday. I even put in a few from the elves, reindeer and Mrs. Claus, because, hey—why should Santa be the only one with pen pals?

Letter from Santa

In addition to the letter templates, there are a number of fun Christmas activities and other printables at the site. Kids and families can play Christmas games for memory, matching and Bingo. There are also full-color Christmas cards and even an Advent calendar.

There are more than 50 letter templates available at SantaPrintables.com All of the letters come with full-color illustrations of Santa, ribbons and Christmas trees. The templates are free to download and print as PDFs, or $5 for a DOC file that can be customized in Microsoft Word or its equivalent.

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