Christmas Notepads - Writing Letters to Santa!

November 14, 2014

Composite image of festive boy writing letterWith Christmas coming fast around the corner, Padtastic have a cute selection of Christmas themed notepads for you. They make great gifts for your family, friends, teachers and kids. Kids just love Christmas and what is better than writing a letter to Santa on their own personalised notepad. Here are some tips for your little ones to make sure they write the best letter to Santa: Choose some nice paper/notepad and a nice pen in a colour that you like.
Start by writing your address at the top of the letter, so Santa knows where to find you and so he can write a letter back.
Begin your letter with “Dear Santa Claus”. Then it’s always good to tell Santa a little about yourself – like your name, age and an example of how good you have been.
Always thank Santa for the gifts that you got last year.
Tell Santa what you would like for Christmas this year and why.
Finish your letter by saying hi to the Reindeer.
Sign the letter with your name.
Santa loves pictures & drawings, so if you like, draw some nice pictures for him – maybe a Christmas tree, presents or even a picture of him.
Put your letter into an envelope and write “Santa Claus, North Pole”.
Then give your letter to your parents to mail for you!
Don't forget to take a look at the lovely Christmas notepads from Padtastic and get your order in soon!

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