I am a huge fan of the little ones writing letters to Santa. I think it’s really good for them for a couple of reasons. Not only does it work on handwriting, which my oldest needs all the help he can get. Dear Santa Letters also help with spelling, and the third reason (and maybe most important) is that it gives me an idea of what they truly want for Christmas. I generally don’t have to many issues coming up with something to give the boys, but the problem falls when others start asking what they need or want.
Dear Santa letters don’t always have to be mailed to Santa for ideas, it’s easy to send the letter to grandparents, uncles, aunts, etc… This helps curb the questions and gives everyone an idea of what your kiddos truly want.
What exactly do you do though when you child can’t exactly write out a whole letter? This Dear Santa letter is just the right thing! They only have a few things they have to fill in, with mom’s help of course at this point. No long letter to write, but all the benefits of these other Dear Santa Letter Printables I posted last year.
Free Dear Santa Letter Printable
Have older kids that need to write a letter to Santa as well? Check out these 6 Free Dear Santa Letter printables for them!
I hope you enjoy this free Dear Santa Letter printable for your own household or kids and their learning. As with all printables on the internet, I encourage you to use this free Dear Santa Letter for your own household or learning purposes, share this page with others even, but please don’t use my work to make money.**