I made a
printable to piggyback this morning’s post…. you should definitely go back and read it if you haven’t had a chance!
Or, you can always “Pin It” and save it to read later. 😉
I made a journal template for Christmas traditions so that you could help your kids write out their traditions as a keepsake, but I decided that I am going to print one for myself.
I want my kids to get to see what my childhood traditions were so they could learn a little and yes, even compare the traditions from my childhood to theirs.
So, here it is:
Oh, and Stick these in a folder or binder with sheet protectors so you can always add pictures later!
I was reading this book:
and I’m in the
24 days of Christmas Printables mode.
So, I decided to give make a template for it… meanwhile I have “Run, Run, Rudolph” stuck in my head and I don’t know any of the other lyrics.
This template can be used however you would like. You can white-out my writing prompt if you come up with a better idea for it (and if you do, please share it).
But, I am using it as a creative writing (or drawing) template to do after reading the adorable book “Who will guide my sleigh tonight?”
HERE if ya want it!
If I were Santa’s wife, I would be saying “Yoo Hoo…over here. You think he could do anything without his supportive wifey at the North Pole?”
I mean, the girl deserves some credit too.
I thought it would be so sweet for kids to start drawing a picture for her fridge at the North Pole.
I made two templates….
One with most of the letter written out, but with a prompt that the drawing will be on the back of the letter:
And the second with space for writing on the back:
HERE to get the templates for free. 🙂
Better late than never right?
If you have already helped your children write their letters to Santa then you can always
pin this for next year.
I wanted to make a template that prompted my little ones to be self-reflective and appreciative.
Hope you like it! Click
Here to get it!
I’m sure some of you have already had your kiddos write a wish list and a letter to Santa, but I haven’t yet!
So, today’s printable is the wish-list templates. Tomorrow’s is a Santa Template… both sets Free! 🙂
The first page of the template has the numbers 1 to 3 because I made a decision early-on that I was going to give each of my kids three gifts every year (just like the Wisemen 🙂 ).
But, I also included a blank template for all of you big spenders.
Click on the pictures above or click
My Wishlist Template to get the template.