Santa Sample LetterGet inspired with this example for your own Santa letter
Writing a Christmas letter from Santa Claus shouldn't be a chore. Just try to think back on those magical days when you believed in Santa and imagine the things you wanted to hear. For instance, children love praise. Be sure to let them know that Santa knows about any accomplishments during the year, such as learning to read, remembering to make their bed, being nice to their siblings, or anything else that they've done really well. Then you can include some details about their age, hometown or other information that lets them know Santa is watching, and throw in a little magic about life up at the North Pole for good measure. That's all there is to it! Here's a Santa letter example to get you started.
I look forward to Christmas all year long because I love visiting little children all over the world and bringing them gifts. And I'm really looking forward to seeing you soon in HOMETOWN.
I'm so proud of you for CHILD ACCOMPLISHMENT this year. That's great!
We've all been very busy here at the North Pole. Some elves have been tuning up my sleigh so it's ready to fly on Christmas Eve, while others have been putting the finishing touches on all the toys in the toy workshop. The elves know you really want a TOY ON WISHLIST. I'm sure they'll do their best to build that or something else you'll really love.
Well, I have to go check on the reindeer and see if they're getting in shape for the big night. Rudolph said to tell you hello. He's been working out with all the other reindeer, and he's very excited we'll be visiting you in HOMETOWN. Don't forget leave out some food for the reindeer. They work up a huge appetite flying all around the world.
Have a wonderful Christmas!
Many sites selling Santa letters offer examples of the text in their letters, but if you'd like some examples that you can copy and paste into your word processor or modify to your needs, Santa Letters to Print.com offers a variety of Santa letter examples to help you get started. In addition to a general Santa letter, they have examples of text written especially for kids with a new sibling in the family, who have just entered kindergarten, who will be away from home for the holidays and more. You'll also find another example on HubPages. This page has one mom's sample Santa letter.
If you want more than a little help with the wording, check out Santa Letter Templates.com, which sells printable Santa letters that already have text included. Each template also includes the text for two other letters, so you can use one template for multiple kids and/or re-use it again in years to come.
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Send a Free Video Letter to Santa - Send Santa a letter so he can respond
Before Santa writes to your child, why not have them send St. Nick a free video message? You can create a free digital letter to Santa like the one shown http://www.ezsantaletters.com/catalog/Santa_Calls-6-1.html below by visiting Smilebox.
Help Your Kids Write to Santa So He Can Write Back!Free Dear Santa letter templates
Before Santa writes a letter to your child, why not have them write a letter to him?
These free "Dear Santa" letter templates make it fun for kids to write to Santa Claus. They're available free from the websites listed below, and you can download them directly from the site. Each design is saved as a pdf file. To get a copy, simply click your favorite image below, visit the site and download the file.
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Write Your Own Personalized Holiday Letters - Book includes letters from Santa, the Christmas Angel, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy
This book has some great ideas for writing letters from Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and more. If you want to keep your letters fresh every year, you'll find plenty of Santa letter examples in here.
Here's another example of text you could use to create printable Santa letters at home.
I can't believe another year has flown by so fast and it's almost Christmas again. And I can't believe you turned AGE this year! You're growing up so fast.
I'm really looking forward to seeing you in HOMETOWN again. Rudolph is also anxious to visit again. HOMETOWN is one of his favorite places because there are so many nice children there and they leave him and the other reindeer lots of carrots and reindeer food.
I know you've CHILD'S ACCOMPLISHMENTS this year. That's great! I'm really proud of you. I'm going to have to bring you something very special this year. The elves have been hard at work making toys, and I'm sure they're creating something you'll like. I know you want TOYS for Christmas, so I'll be sure to let them know.
Well, I need to go check on the elves now. They're tuning up my sleigh for the big night, and I want to be sure everything's just right.
Be sure to go to bed early on Christmas Eve because http://www.aletter4santa.com/santasreply.php we'll be visiting HOMETOWN early, and my magic only works when all the little children are asleep.
Santa Evidence KitProve Santa was in your home
Kids will know Santa was in your home when you use one of these evidence kits to leave "clues" of his visit. Poor Santa is very forgetful and dropped a few things!
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