Every year millions of children write letters to Santa Claus, also known as Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas and Kris Kringle. These snowflake shapes are guaranteed to make your message stand out in the crowd, Santa's sure to notice. Have you been good this year? Can you name all of Santa's reindeer? These letter formats and templates to Santa ensure a high mark on Santa's "Good" list which brings joyous gifts from the heavens and will help you avoid the dreaded "bad" list which brings cold, black lumps of coal.
In the adult world, this activity is called kissing up, or brown-nosing, but Santa is a forgiving old soul who loves pleasing children, and enjoys receiving lots of buttery attention and compliments, so enjoy it while you can!
Wish Santa and his reindeer a merry Christmas with these free printable, "Dear Santa," snowflake stationery. Color and decorate the letters and hang them in the tree like an ornament, or hang over the chimney (away from any flames of course) so that the jolly night visitor will be sure to see it on his way in to deliver his bag of goodies.
Critical Thinking Activities for Kids: Santa's Letter to the World is a science fiction short story for children.
Print and color, personalize snowflake Santa stationery for children to write their wish list for Santa or other special Christmas requests to Santa.