Just last night, my son Kyle asked if he could already write down his Christmas gift wish list. Since it was already late, I told him we will be doing it the following day after school. And so today, I made sure they’re ready before he comes home later because I know that by now, he’s already daydreaming about what to write in this wishlist at school! I created a simple template that he can use later and of course, I am sharing the printable Christmas gift wish list on the blog today for all of the kids to enjoy!
The Free Printable Christmas Gift List
We’ve been doing this Christmas gift listing ever since Kyle learned how to write. Long since, I’ve always been very clear that I would randomly pick three only from the list and he had always been more than happy to receive them!
This is the gift list sheet that we will be using this year. Actually, there are two designs of Christmas gifts lists that you can choose from and also use. This first one is where the kids can simply scribble their gift wishes, as shown below.
The second one is a letter-type. I always take this opportunity for my son to practice his writing skills, and admittedly, we will be following the writing process as he writes the letter. This is the kind of wish list that he will be handing to his dad and grandparents. Thankfully, for the past years, my son never wrote anything too expensive!
To make this letter more warm and meaningful, aside from just writing his Christmas wish list for himself, he also writes his wishes for the recipient!
Have your kids started writing their wishes for Christmas? Not yet? Please snag a copy of these two-paged FILE and print it for your little ones to enjoy! I hope your kids can also use these free printable Christmas Wishlist!
Have a great day, friends! Let’s all have a shining Christmas!