Christmas is almost here, but it’s not too late!

Images of chldren and teens enjoying a letter from Love Santa

Children of all ages enjoy getting mail and finding a Love Santa letter addressed to them

With only days to go, do you feel ready for Christmas?

Perhaps you were hoping to arrange a Santa letter for someone special but have just realised Christmas is almost here and you’ve not done it? It’s easy to let it slip with all the things that need doing at this time of year, but it is disappointing for any child to miss out.

Maybe you weren’t sure of the details to let us personalise a letter for the special child(ren) in your life, so kept putting it off until now it feels too late.

Love Santa letters are still available!

Well, you’re in luck! It IS too late to send anything via Australia Post before Christmas and a bit too close for use to write personalised letters at this stage.

However, we have prepared a non-personalised Love Santa letter for Aussie and Kiwi children that you can print off for them – pop it in an envelope in the letter box, hang it from the Christmas tree or have it sticking out of a stocking hung by the chimney, or any other creative presentation you think of!

Last minute Love Santa letters

Professionally written like all our letters, the non-personalised letter also refers to a warm Christmas and the boomers, and of course includes a craft idea and recipe for a Santa snack. We write a new letter every year (but you can still grab the non-personalised letters from 2012 and 2013 as well if you want three different letters – contact us for more than three!)

The more magic we can give children for Christmas, the better! (Did you know that Michael Grose believes Christmas magic is even more important for children than ever in this information age?)

Simply click on the button below to arrange for your downloadable Santa letter, and have a Merry Christmas!

6 Responses to Christmas is almost here, but it’s not too late!

  • Nikkishea21 says:

    The children are the true believers and they should be having fun and expressing themselves as best as possible as they take part in the festivities. It is in fact a nice trend the writing of letters to and from Santa as it keeps the child in childhood in an innocent and carefree way we want our children to be.

  • jcc481 says:

    Writing letters is, as I’m sure I’ve said before, a great way of practising English whilst having a bit of fun and bonding time as you help your children make that request (that you know is never going to happen!). Thanks for the share as well!

    • Receiving letters is good for their English skills, too, as well as learning about communicating with people. I have also found that reading letters from Santa is also a nice bond with my children as we share the excitement and reflect on some of their achievements from the last year.

  • celinejulietdcosta says:

    Kids believe in santa and when they receiving letters from santa just makes their day. The tiny tots just wait eagerly for santa to arrive with gifts. It is the happiest time of the year:) It also helps them improve their english skills.

    • I agree Celine – watching kids get a letter from Santa is a wonderful joy. Possibly more so these days when letters are infrequent, but it makes them feel special to get their own letter and I see my children get so excited when Santa writes things they can relate to and that acknowledges their achievements during the year.

      And as a writer, I do like encouraging reading and writing skills, lol!

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