FREE Printable Letter to santa and Envelope for Children
Every year, children around the world begin writing their letters to Santa to be sure they make it to the North Pole in time. Our Free Printable Letter to Santa and matching envelope will help you get this task done perfectly!
It may be hard to believe, but Christmas is right around the corner. Yikes! It means a very busy time of year is steadily sneaking up on me– Do you feel that too? Especially if you have young children. There are Cards to make, presents to buy and wrap, the Christmas tree will have to be dug out of the basement and ornaments put not to mention decorated lights will have to be put up, cookies to be baked, and that’s not even the tip of the holiday iceberg.
December 4th Is National Write a Letter To Santa Day.
Have your child write a letter to Santa and place it in an envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole. Later, when alone, open the envelope and write a personalized response. Insert the response letter into an envelope and address it to the child. Add the return address: SANTA, NORTH POLE, to the envelope
What should I write in a letter to Santa?
Start with a greeting, for example, Dear Santa or Dear Father Christmas. Remember to include your name at the beginning of the letter, Santa receives many letters each year and he needs to know it’s from you. To get started, I am sharing our
Free Printable Letter to Santa and matching envelope for Children
Here’s a letter to Santa perfect for the little ones to fill out. They can fill in their age, what they’d like to receive for Christmas, and how they’ve been behaving. This activity is great for encouraging writing. Tell Santa what you would like for Christmas and why. Keep your list short and really think about what you would like. If you want Santa to bring things for your family then make sure you mention it.
Download the Template
Print the Letter & Envelope – pages 9 & 10 of the PDF bundle.
Cut & Assemble
If you want all of your Christmas wishes brought by the big guy, you’ll need to make sure your letter makes it to him. The closer you get the letter to Santa, the more likely you are to win! But watch out for the wily Krampus, out to dash your yuletide dreams!
Fill in all the details and put your letter in the envelope.
How to Receive a Free Letter From Santa by US Mail?
The US Postal Service says letters to Santa should be addressed to
Santa Claus, 123 Elf Road, North Pole, 88888 USA
(which the agency says is Santa’s workshop and not his residence), include a return address and a stamp. Our envelope might not be the best if you actually want to post. So add another envelope with the above address, if you are in the USA.
Children can send letters to the North Pole all year, but the US Postal Service only accepts them for Santa until Dec. 15.
How to Receive a Free Letter From Santa by Canada Mail?
Santa and the postal elves in Canada are busy this time of year. Send your mail to the North Pole in time to hear back from Santa. Santa’s Address if you are in Canada is
Santa Claus, North Pole, H0H 0H0, Canada
If you are in Canada, Send your Santa letters no later than December 10, 2020 to guarantee a reply before the holidays.
How to Receive a Free Letter From Santa by UK Royal mail?
We’ve just received the message below from Father Christmas himself – he’s as excited about Christmas as we are! Please remember, as Santa says: get your letter posted by Friday 11 December if you are in the UK.
Here’s the postal address to send in your letters to UK Royal Mail.
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How to Receive a Free Letter From Santa by Australia Mail?
Australia Post is once again helping to connect children directly with Santa via the much-loved tradition, Santa Mail. To take part, letters should be addressed to
Santa, North Pole 9999 Australia
with a 65c Christmas stamp on the front of the envelope and a name and return address on the back, so Santa knows where to send his reply.
What is Santa Claus’s email address?
Don’t want to post an actual letter? Send a picture of your letter via email. Santa’s official email address is
You can get email messages from Santa Claus during Christmas here.
Did You also see the other free printables we are sending via our Newsletter this month? Click on the Images to download Free Holiday Printable – Santa Advent Calendar and gift tags & Free Printable Christmas card set
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