Christmas will be here before we know it! It’s time for good little boys and girls to write their letters to Santa (they’re all good little children this time of year, right?). These Free Printable Letters to Santa will make the job easier. Just print and let your little ones fill them out with Christmas wishes before mailing them off to the North Pole.
There are coloring pages, some are in the form of a fill-in-the blank template, and some have pictures and colorful borders, leaving the opportunity to write whatever. They’re all cute! Looking for a letter from Santa Claus to your child? Check out these templates!
Of course, you’re aware of the North Pole address, but did you know there are a number of U.S. towns and cities with names related to the holidays that offer special postmarks? This site, from Christmas Letter Tips, includes that information if you want to give your letters an extra-authentic touch.
1. Dear Santa Letter
Children who are comfortable writing will enjoy using this free printable Santa letter template to draft their own letter. There are plenty of text lines for recording Christmas wish lists. Download this free printable Santa letter template here.
2. Dear Santa List Letter
Short and simple but oh so pretty. This template is perfect for kids who are comfortable with writing and know exactly what they want for Christmas. Download this Dear Santa letter template here.
3. fill-in-the-blanks Santa Letter
Perfect for the beginning writer, this Santa letter template has a partial letter composed for your child with fill-in-the-blank areas easy enough for them to complete. And they can let Santa know whether they’ve been naughty or nice. Download this printable Santa letter here.
4. Santa Letter writing kit (with letter and envelope)
Here’s another great free printable letter to Santa! This provides a template that includes both small fill-in-the-blank areas and some larger areas for recording the nice things the child has done this year. Plus, there is an area where the child can list a few special Christmas wishes. Download this Santa letter writing kit here.
5. Free Santa Letter & Envelope Printable
This darling free Santa letter and envelope printable comes with a bonus—the postage is paid by the elves! The envelope is addressed to Santa at the North Pole and includes blank lines for the return address.
Kids will have fun decorating the envelope, cutting it out and assembling it before sending their letter to Santa. From Best Friends for Frosting
6. Santa Letter Coloring Sheet
Because they can color it themselves, this vibrant free printable Santa wish letter will definitely get your children excited about Christmas! Help them fill in the area of the pre-written letter to include their top Christmas wish list items. Download this Santa letter coloring sheet template here.
7. Dear Santa Letterhead
Do your children like sending Santa a letter with their toy wishes? Continue this fun holiday tradition by printing out this free printable letterhead so they can craft their own letter. Includes 5 different letterhead designs. Download this Dear Santa letterhead here.
8. Free Printable Santa Wish Letter
9. Letter to Santa Free Printable
Short and to the point! This clever printable gives kids space to write out five requested items. They can also circle if they’re been naughty or nice this year. Hopefully, they’ll be honest! 😉 From Events to Celebrate
10. Letters to Santa
This cute letterhead is totally blank, leaving lots of room for creativity for expressive writers. From Xmas Coloring Pages
11. Letter to Santa Freebie
Another great option for older kids and proficient writers. This bright letterhead is lined with plenty of space for them to share their thoughts with St. Nick. From Teachers Pay Teachers
12. Free Printable Dear Santa Letter
We love this fun, festive fill in the blank letter. Kids can share their answers in the spaces provided, draw a picture and sign their names so Santa knows who sent it. From Dolled Up Design
13. Free Printable Letter to Santa
This laugh-worthy printable gives kids options to circle plus a little space to share their own answers and name. From Ink and Squid
14. Santa Letter Variations
For younger writers, I love the option of having lines on this printable just like they practice at school. What a great idea to help smaller kids feel confident with their letter writing skills! From Mom Luck
15. Free Santa Letter Printables
This three-piece set of Dear Santa letters has something for every writing level. Kids can draw what they’d like, share their age and wishlist, or take advantage of plenty of blank lines! From The Resourceful Mama
16. Free Christmas Printable
This sweet printable will help create a keepsake for years to come. Kids are able to fill in the blank with their age, some of their positive accomplishments from the past year and ask for special gifts. From Laura’s Crafty Life
17. Santa Letter Template
With this fun printable, there is plenty of room to get colorful and creative! Kids can draw a self-portrait, color the entire page, draw a picture of Santa, share memories from their year, and make gift requests. From Education.com
18. Christmas Train Letter to Santa
This festive printable prompts kids with fill in the blank sections, plus gives them a chance to draw and share their wishlist. From Lindsay Ann Bakes
19. Santa Letter Freebie
A great option for younger kids, there is space to write but also share pictures of your top three wishes. From Sweet Paper Trail
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