It’s that time of year again! The time when your kids start writing their letters to Santa. So with the kids eagerly waiting for a response from Santa, it’s time for you to impersonate the big guy. Not him literally, just his character. It’s easy to do, and your child will be thrilled when they receive it. But ensure to follow all the tips mentioned below to write the letter so that your kid really believes that Santa replied to his letter. So let’s begin:
1. First things first:
Get yourself into the Christmas mood. Put on some festive music, pour yourself a glass of eggnog, and put on your best Santa hat. Then, sit down at your computer and start typing away. When it comes to the actual content of the letter, there are a few key things you’ll want to include so that your kid does not figure out that his parent is behind the Santa mask. Now follow the next steps carefully.
Given below is the layout of a letter from santa.
- Use a Christmas card and a festive font to set the tone for the letter.
- Start with a jolly greeting. For example, “Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas!” is a good start.
- Begin the letter from ‘Dear (child’s name).’
- Keep the message short and sweet
- Sign it with ‘love, Santa. End the letter with a sincere wish for a happy holiday season.
Make it as believable as possible. Writing letters to Santa increases the kids’ creativity; writing letters from Santa also requires and improves many skills like creativity, writing, etc.
3. The Message:
The message is the main crux of the letter. Here are a few things that you should definitely add to the letter.
Be sure to:
- Mention something specific that your child did recently, either something about their physical appearance or a small act performed by the kid. This will show that Santa is keeping tabs on them and knows exactly what they’re up to. It makes the child feel special.
- Congratulate your child on their accomplishments. If they got good grades, were extra helpful around the house, or were good friends. Mention all the good things; this will keep them encouraged.
- Remind them of the importance of being good. Santa is always watching and knows when kids are being naughty or nice. Be sure to let them know that you’ll be making a note of their actions in the coming year and encourage them to be the same good kid for the upcoming years.
- Let them know that you’ll be looking forward to seeing them again next Christmas.
- Give them a hint of what is under the tree waiting for them to open it so that they get excited and joyous to unveil it.
Writing a letter from santa, by personalizing the message, makes the kid believe in all the Christmas miracles. By receiving this letter, the kid will feel extra special and wanted. And not only that, it will definitely help him become a better person as he knows that Santa is watching him.