Do you and your kids sit down and write a letter to Santa? What do your kids ask for? And do you fulfill all the things they would like on their Santa letter?
I’ve never sat down and written a letter to Santa until this year. My son is 7 and he is learning to write as well as express his thoughts onto paper. So I think it’s a perfect way to get him to write more if it’s to Dear Old Santa.
I created these Christmas-themed handwriting paper to help him form his letters properly using Canva. It’s such a simple free online design program. I love doing the first handwriting paper so much I created 5 more.
Enjoy writing with your little ones with these papers.
PRINTING AND USES
You can print these Christmas themed handwriting printables on copy paper. It’s that simple. If you have a kid that likes to use markers, I recommend a 32 lb cardstock to prevent bleed through the paper.
There are several ways you can use these Christmas themed handwriting paper.
Use them for journaling.
Writing about all things Christmas related.
Write about favorite Christmas movies or songs.
Write a Letter to Santa.
If your kid is writing a letter to Santa, you can send it to Anchorage, Alaska for an official North Pole postmark.
You must send your letter to the address below by December 7, 2019.
Here is how to do it:
Write a letter from Santa. Fold it and put it in an envelope.
Address the envelope to your child. The return address should say “Santa, North Pole”.
Attached a first-class stamp to the envelope address to your child.
Place that envelope into a larger envelope along with your child’s Dear Santa Letter and address it to:
NORTH POLE POSTMARK
4141 POSTMARK DR
ANCHORAGE AK 99530-9998
You can read all the details on the United States Postal Service website.