The most magical time of the year is almost here! 2020 has been full of negativity and we wanted to shoo them all away by bringing some early Christmas cheer. Zoë has been looking forward to all the festivities, and although we may have to celebrate a little differently this year, we wanted to continue some of our traditions. First up on Zoë’s list? Writing her letter to Santa!
I have my Free Printable Letter to Santa from four years ago still available for download, but this year, I decided to edit it a little.
Check out the new Free Printable Letter to Santa version 2!
For this new version, aside from the usual listing of Christmas wishlists, I wanted to focus a little more on gratitude and appreciating what we already have. This year has been a little crazy, and I wanted Zoë to spend some time reflecting on the things in her life that she is thankful for.
The letter is fairly simple to fill up. It asks for your child’s name and age, what they are grateful for, and has space for them to list down what they would like to receive under the tree. There’s also a portion for them to get creative, where they can draw their self portraits. And just like the first version, the new template is also printable on A4 or Letter size paper.
Would you like your kids to get in on the Christmas spirit, too? Download the printable PDF version by clicking on the Download Now button below.
I would love to see what your little ones come up with. Drop me a line in the comments section, link back, or tag me on Instagram!
- This free Letter to Santa printable is for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Feel free to print it for your little ones or for your family. It may not be altered, sold or used commercially in any way.
- Please do not claim it as your work. Play nice! Link back to this page.
** Don’t forget to also check out my free printable Letter from Santa!