Now is the perfect time for the little boys and girls to write their Santa wish lists.
Let their imaginations soar as they compile their ultimate wishes and dreams to send to the jolly old man himself. Christmas activities for kids just got even more exciting!
But Santa wants something nice and special, not just on a scrap of paper. So download our 6 free letters to Santa below, and make their letter stand out this year.
As the kids have gone the extra mile this Christmas by writing a special Santa wish list. I am going to share with you some great ideas on where to send them to ensure they get a response.
Or some ideas on where to leave their holiday wish list if you want to keep them!
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Make a Wish List for Santa
There are 6 different Christmas wish lists you can download for free.
The first Santa wish list is probably my favorite as the kids can color it in too.
Christmas wish list: Dear Santa, how are you. I have been very good this year. Here is my wish list.
Younger kids will also love creating their very own Santa handprint with our free template.
Dear Santa. Make sure the children use their best handwriting on this one.
I love the personalized Christmas wishlist as it makes the children think about the 4 main presents only. What I really really want, things I need, other things I would like to get, and stocking stuffers. (If you have boys check out our favorite stocking stuffers for boys.)
Dear Santa, I’ve been nice this year… Here’s my wish list! I really need, I need, I really want and I want.
The Christmas wish list with 12 Christmas wishes is a lot, however, I recommend asking the kids what activities they would like to do and not just list 12 gifts!
The other 2 boxes are for the children to tell Santa a little about themselves with their favorite books and favorite movies.
When the children have written their Santa wish lists they need to send them to the North Pole. Carry on reading to find out where to send them for free to make sure they get a response from Father Christmas.
How To Receive A Letter From Santa
What else to do with the Santa Claus wish lists?
If you have left it too late to get a response from either USPS or Royal Mail these are some other magical places to leave the Santa wish list.
These will become a lifelong tradition (no matter the age of the kids!)
Tips for downloading the free files
Below you will see a large sign-up box where you need to add your name and email address, and press I NEED THIS NOW!
Within minutes you will be sent the free PDF directly to your email address, so you can print it out and start using it immediately.
Sometimes emails get a little wonky, so if you can’t see it, please check your spam folder where I am sure it is hiding.
Download the Free Printable Christmas List
If you are looking for even more Christmas wish lists there are hundreds on Etsy that you are also going to love.
Other Christmas activities and gift ideas
- Christmas coloring cards
- 12 days of Christmas coloring pages
- Best gifts for 6 year old boys
- Unusual gifts for 9 year old boys
- Best gifts for 10 year old boys
- Best gifts for tween boys
- Best gifts for 12 year old boys
- Tooth fairy letter free printable
Last Updated on 25 November 2023 by homeschoolof1