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How to Write a Letter to Father Frost or Santa Claus Tips from Snegurochka (Snow Maiden) for writing a really good letter
Be creative Choose some nice paper and a pen or a pencil in your colour choice, in which you can write neatly with.
Write your address Start by writing your full address in the top right hand corner of the page(if your parents permit) Write carefully so that Santa will know where to find you and so he can write a letter back. On the second line, write the date. Skip one line.
Begin your letter. Write: "Dear Father Frost or Santa Claus," and then indent your first paragraph. Then, start writing your letter. It is a good idea to say a little about yourself, such as your name, your age, etc.
Tell that you have been really good Tell Father Frost/Santa that you have been really good this year. Give an example of how good you were Such as "I helped my little brother decorate the Christmas tree."
Thank Father Frost/Santa Thank Father Frost/ Santa for the gifts you got last year unless you sent him a thank you letter at the time. It's nice for Father Frost / Santa to feel appreciated.
Tell Santa what you would like for Christmas and why. Keep your list short and really think about what you would like. If you want Santa to bring things for your family then make sure you mention it.
Finish the letter. Finish your letter by sending your love to the reindeer (especially Rudolph) But don't ignore the others.
Sign your letter Sign your first name only at the bottom and put your letter in an envelope. Address your letter to: Santa Claus, The North Pole.
Mailing Addresses for Letters to Santa and other Winter Holiday Wizards To find Mailing Addresses for Letters to Santa and other Winter Holiday Wizards follow the link : Mailing Addresses for Letters to Santa and other Winter Holiday Wizards.doc
Add ‘xo xo’ or ‘ho – ho’ Add 'xo xo‘ or ‘ho-ho’ Remember to say love or kisses from (your name).
Draw a picture. If you have any extra room, draw a picture at the bottom of your letter. Draw a Christmas tree, reindeer, or even Santa himself!
Visit your local post office. With a parent or guardian's help, mail the letter
Some more tips Write your letters around early December so that they'll have time to get to Father Frost /Santa. Remember to be good all year! Check your spelling, or have an adult check it for you. Write a practice letter first. Your local post office usually has a drop box just for letters to Santa! Look for it anywhere from mid-November to early December.
Our team: Snegurochka was interviewed by Stepanenko L.Yu., our teacher, and the students of Form 6a, N.V. Chelnokov Secondary School # 38, Sevastopol
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