When I was a kid I couldn’t wait for the big toy catalog to arrive in the mail so I could go through it and circle the things I wanted the most. I grew up with a fair amount of toys but nowhere near the amount of toys that my own kids have today. In going through toy catalogs with them I found that time and time again, my kids would circle nearly everything! They were having a hard time narrowing down all the toys presented to them into a concise list of what they wanted most. I created this free printable kids Christmas list Santa letter in an effort to help kids whittle down their Christmas wish list into a manageable list!
Print off this free printable kids Christmas wish list and let your kids browse toy catalogs or help them look online for things they like. Then have them fill out this list and choose something they want, something they need, something to wear and something to read. Finally choose the one thing they REALLY want Santa to bring. Then have them sign their name! Mail this letter to Santa and maybe they will get something they wished for!
This list really helped my kids to identify things they needed and helped them to refrain from wishing for every toy they set their eyes on. It was really helpful as a parent to know what they really, really desired as opposed to which toys they liked, but didn’t really desire.
Need to get your Christmas shopping lists organized? Go grab my free printable Christmas shopping list too!