It’s that time of year again where the jingle bells are jingling, the tree tops are glistening, and the stockings are lining the fireplace mantel.
If you are anything like me, you have threatened to “call or write Santa” to discourage bad behavior. And when your kids are begging for items at the store it’s really easy to say NO by simply saying “not today, maybe you can ask Santa” or “add it to your Christmas wishlist”. During any other month they may break down or throw a fit, but having the hope that Santa will bring it, magically helps them to accept your decline. I call this “Christmas Magic”.
Writing a letter to Santa is one of the oldest traditions I can remember doing as a child. And since you have most likely told your little’s that they can “ask Santa” for something, writing a letter is the perfect opportunity!
Enjoy our Letter to Santa free printable and toast yourself to well behaved kiddos!
If you are in the United States and want to get a letter back from Santa, go to the USPS site for details.
If you are in Canada and want to get a letter back from Santa, go to the Canada Post site for details.
Happy Holidays Crafty Parents!