{FREE} Letters to Santa | The Preschool Version

Here is a fun activity for your preschooler! Help them cut items out of toy catalogs and glue them to this adorable wish list/letter for Santa. Just like the big kid version found here, this letter lets your little one send a personal wishlist to Santa and fess up to being naughty or nice.

They feature peppermint prints, adorable gingerbread man and rocking horse toy graphics, and fun North Pole Air Mail and elf stamps to make them more authentic! 😉

There are two letters to a page, one with girl colors (red and pink peppermint backgrounds) and another one with boy colors (all red and blue).

Each letter is 5×7″. Simply print, cut them out and let your little one glue his or her favorite toys to the letter. Let your child stuff it into an envelope that accommodates a 5×7″ insert (I got my red envelopes from Hobby Lobby!), and then send it off to the North Pole!

Two cute wish lists/letters for Santa!

Download the Preschool Letters to Santa here.

I hope you enjoy them!

~ Gretchen

Comments

  1. Sarah says

    Gretchen –
    Thanks so much for your Santa letter ideas. I am printing while I type in anticipation of some nice writing time with my kids. I have tried the “preschool” letter link and it pops up the big kid letter. I would love to do the cut and paste version with my 3 year old IF you have time to change up the link.
    Thanks!
    Sarah

  2. Dani says

    These are beyond adorable, great job! I’ve been to a few blogs looking for something like this and these are perfect! Thank you for doing this freebie, but unfortunately, the download link sends me to the “big kid” version.

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