How adorable is this printable letter that you can give your child to write to Santa!
Postal elves are busy helping Santa reply to each and every letter they receive in the North Pole. Santa answers letters in more than 30 languages, including Braille!
Canada Post has 3 simple rules when sending a letter to Santa:
Make sure to include your full return address. Santa may know where you live, but his postal elves need this information to deliver your letter!
Santa really loves to read about children’s favourite sports, jokes, school activities or family fun (even if Mom and Dad help with the writing). And, of course, he loves to get pictures and drawings from even his youngest pen pals!
Send your letter soon. Letters must be mailed by December 16 to receive a reply (it’s a long way to the North Pole and back!).
Santa’s address is:
NORTH POLE H0H 0H0
To print the letter, just click on it to make it bigger and print!
Cool will share this with my daughter!
I love the fact that Canada Post does this for the children, it’s a lot of work, time and effort that they put into doing this and it is very much appreciated 🙂
We have yet to write a letter to Santa, with this template it will certainly make it easier and fun! Thanks.
Thanks for the cool printable
Thanks the letters are written and sent and good job dome
This is very sweet
it took 3 sheets to get my grandaughter letter to Santa done,she kept chaning her mind…lol kids
This is so cool. Love the letter template. My oldest son received his Santa letter today! He was so happy.
A great idea for the kids and I must save this.