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It's that time of the year. It's time to think about writing to Santa, what a great learning opportunity!
Writing to Santa is magical. Each year, children look forward to writing their letter. Even if this activity is repeated annually, they learn a little more about reading and writing skills every time.
Here are a few different ways to write to Santa:
Children can accompany their letter with pictures of toys they found in catalogues or flyers. Remember to give parents a copy of their child's letter so they know what their child has their heart set on this year. Older children may enjoy writing parts of their letter with your help or signing their name at the bottom of their letter. Children can also draw what they would like to receive from Santa and have you write a short note at the bottom explaining their drawing.
You may also organize an elf workshop and present a full day of activities around writing their letter to Santa.
Keep in mind that writing to Santa is a great introduction to reading and writing for little ones.
I hope these ideas have inspired you to keep this tradition alive!
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