When Christmas Day is in sight it’s time to print off our fun free Letter To Santa so that excited children can write to Father Christmas to wish him and his reindeers a Merry Christmas and also (very importantly!) to list some gifts they are hoping to receive.
Our free blank letter to Santa template is festively decorated and available to print or download in popular Adobe PDF format so it’s never been quicker or easier for kids to get a letter to the North Pole (XM4 5HQ). Our pre-filled letter to Santa includes a friendly message to Father Christmas, blank space for kids to write down their present list, and somewhere to write their name, age and address to avoid any mistakes on Christmas Eve when Santa is in a hurry.
Printable Letter to Santa (opens as a PDF document)
We make Santa letters fun, colourful and easy! Our printable template includes images of Santa’s hat, snow flakes, some Holiday decorations hanging alongside the present list, and a sprinkling of holly too. It’s a quick and easy way of getting children and pre-schoolers thinking about the meaning of Christmas; not only about the presents they’d like to give and receive but also about children around the world who may be the unfortunate victims of war, famine, poverty or injustice.
Children who live in the United Kingdom can mail their completed letter to the elves at Santa’s Xmas Royal Mail sorting office using the following address:
(The Postcode XM4 5HQ is actually ‘XMAS HQ’ … of course!)
If you would prefer that Santa replies in Welsh then use the alternative address of:
Ogof Sion Corn
Gwlad Y Ceirw
Try very hard to make his posting deadline of Friday 11th December 2020. Santa will respond to as many letters as he possibly can of course but don’t forget that he’s very busy at this time of year … also don’t forget to put a stamp on your envelope too. Rudolph collects them!