Writing a letter to Santa about the items on your Christmas wish list is a wonderful tradition. My kids write a letter to Santa every year and they’re so fun to look back on. I’ve created several free, printable Letter to Santa templates for you and your kids to enjoy this holiday season.
What are the Free, Printable Letters to Santa?
The Letters to Santa are simple and straightforward and leave plenty of room for personalization by each child. The child can write in their age, where they live, and the items they’d like from Santa this year for Christmas. Finally, they can sign their name at the end.
There are four different versions to download, both colorful and black and white. My hope is that there is a template that everyone will love!
What to do with Your Child’s Letter to Santa
There are a few options of what to do with your child’s Letter to Santa. In years past, we have kept them but this year, we might go the extra step and mail them to Santa. I will be sure to at least take a picture of our Letters to Santa to look back on.
If you want to mail your letter through the post office, the USPS will actually provide a reply to your child’s Letter to Santa with a North Pole Postmark. The USPS provides the steps to make this happen on their website. I think it’s an adorable idea.
Additionally, Macy’s also accepts Letters to Santa and will donate $1 to the Make-a-Wish Foundation (up to $1 million) for every letter submitted in their stores or online.
I have never tried either of these options, but if you have, I’d love to hear about it! Comment below.
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