Santa Claus, I almost forgot to add these comments! Tell Santa things like: The funniest thing that ever happened to you Christmas Eve; What you think the elves do while Santa is away; and anything else you want to say!
Thank you for your input. Pencil or pen What You Do: Explain to your child that there are different types of letters that people can write to one another. There are friendly or personal letters, business letters, cover letters, memos, thank you notes, etc.
Each type of letter has a different format and rules to follow. Today she will writing a "friendly" or "personal" letter to Santa Claus. Have your child start with a lined piece of paper and pencil. She should begin the heading in the upper right hand corner.
Ask your child write her return address and the date underneath.
You may skip a line between the address and the date. Instruct your child to skip a couple of lines and have her write the salutation or greeting starting on the left hand side, followed by a comma. For example, "Dear Mr.
Santa Claus," or "Dear St.
She should not indent the salutation. Then skip another line and indent to begin the body of the letter. Have your child compose a paragraph to Santa Claus. She may wish to begin with, "I'm writing to you because After your child has finished the body paragraph, have her indent again and add a conclusion.
For example, "I can't wait for you to come on Christmas Eve! I'll leave milk and cookies out for you. Skip a line and line up the closing with the heading above on the right hand side followed by a comma.
For example, "Your Friend," "Love," or "Sincerely," etc.
Ask your child to write her signature or print her name underneath the closing. Your child can mail it to the North Pole really! Simply address the letter to: Santa Claus, North Pole, Alaska. Most metropolitan areas have a post office that participates in a program that utilizes volunteers and charitable organizations to respond to kids' letters to Santa.
If your local post office does not participate, or if you want to creatively handle the response yourself, simply "drop it off" at the post office after taking your kids to school. You can have a letter waiting for your kids in the mailbox just a few days later!Letter from Santa: Create a personalized letter from Santa Claus.
Create a personalized letter from Santa, print it out, sprinkle it with snow and North Pole magic, and give it to someone special. Nov 30, · There are friendly or personal letters, business letters, cover letters, memos, thank you notes, etc.
Each type of letter has a different format and rules to follow.
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No email, home address, or phone number is needed. Each morning, my personal assistant, Horace the Elf, brings me a whole box of letters sent by children and adults from all over the world (indeed, adults write to me too!).
Together with Horace we read them all very carefully (remove comma) and make notes on various gifts ideas. "The letters from Santa were a huge hit. You exceeded my expectations. The ten year old was over-the-moon happy with her letter.
The four year old was jumping up and down with glee.