Santa Stationery

Activity for ages 4 to 7.

Looking to spruce up your writing center this holiday season? Our free Santa stationery is a fun way to get kids thinking creatively while they work on important writing skills.

Scroll below to grab your free writing papers and then make sure to hop over and check out our Christmas Activity Pack too!

Getting Ready

Prep was easy peasy!

I printed a copy of the five writing sheets to give children plenty of choices.

Then I gathered some pencils and crayons and it was time for creative thinking to begin!

Santa Stationery

There were plenty of options for kids to choose.

For the students who were just beginning to write, drawing a picture of what they wanted was a great place to start.

The Naughty or Nice Checklist was perfect for kids who were ready for a little more of a stretch. (It was so much fun seeing their wishlists!)

For students who were able to write independently, the blank Santa letter was just the ticket.

There was even an option for writing a note to Santa’s #1 helper: Mrs. Claus!

And finally, kids could grow their imagination by dreaming up what it would be like to become an elf.

The writing prompts were such a motivating (and festive!) way to work on creative writing.

Grab Your Download

Ready to head to the North Pole?

Scroll down and click the blue button to download your free writing papers. Then continue the festive holiday learning with our mega pack of Christmas activities. Your little elves will beg to play them over and over again!

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7 Comments

    • Malia

      Thank you, Cassie! Let me know how it goes if your family decides to pull out the stamps and mail a letter. 🙂

      Reply
  1. Kensey

    We write letters to Santa every year but I had never thought of Santa sending one back!! What a great idea! My 4 year old loves seeing his name on anything that comes in the mail, so Santa is definitely going to have to send a return letter this year 😉 Thanks for the idea!! LOVE all your stuff!

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  2. Marnie

    Love this printable! Adorable.

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    • Malia

      Thank you, Marnie! That compliment means so much coming from you.

      Reply
  3. Debbie Murray

    Hi Malia,

    Is this Santa stationery still available? I don’t see a link to download the file. Thanks for your help!

    Reply

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