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Free Letter to Santa and Envelope in Spanish for Kids this Christmas

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You can turn this letter to Santa in Spanish into a family tradition by printing it out each year. Let your child practice their literacy skills in Spanish by reading and filling out the letter. What fun items will they wish for this year? Once they have finished writing their letter, fold it up, and send it to el Polo Norte.  

To brush up on Christmas vocabulary in Spanish and get them ready for writing their letter to Santa in Spanish, you can print out these free Christmas printables in Spanish. You could also play a fun Christmas scavenger hunt as well!

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Letter to Santa in spanish

How we use our letter to Santa at home

Last year, I started a new tradition that I know Lennox will look forward to each Christmas.

It’s a pretty common tradition, writing a letter to Santa Claus. Little does Lennox know that I plan to save all of his letters and hand them over to him when he is an adult.

Lennox’s preschool teacher gave me this idea, and to this day, her high school children get excited to write a letter each year.

Last year, Lennox was two, and I hand-drafted up a letter and let him color all over it. I wrote it in Spanish because we are raising Lennox bilingually and only speak to him in Spanish at home.

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This year I decided to compose a free printable letter template in Spanish as I have many more Christmases sending letters to the north pole. 

This template includes some basic Spanish practices as well. Your kid can practice writing the date, saying and writing their name, age, and where they live in Spanish, as well as tell Santa how they have acted this year and what they want this Christmas!

It also comes with an envelope template. If your printer can print double-sided, you can print both pages on one sheet, and once your child finishes writing the letter, you can fold it up, seal it with a sticker, and send it off to the north pole!

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Lennox is still too young to read and write, but he loved helping me fill out the letter. Especially the part that asks in Spanish how he behaved this year. I asked him three times, and each time he said, “mal (bad).” 

I couldn’t help but laugh each time, and finally, when I asked him a fourth time, he said, “bien mal (in Spanish, this translates as really bad.) Now he really had me rolling on the floor laughing!!!

We had so much fun with this letter to Santa that we are sharing it with you today! Whether you are a teacher or raising your kids bilingually, this simple letter to Santa is the perfect practice for beginner Spanish and a great tradition you can start with your family today!

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