Kids’ Christmas Thank You Cards
Holiday greeting aren’t the only Christmas cards your kiddo can craft. After “Santa” is done gifting your child with presents, it’s time to send heartfelt thank you’s. Don’t worry. If your tot still believes in the magic of Santa, you don’t have to ruin the illusion by asking them to write a thank you to grandma or grandpa. Instead, have them send thank you notes to Santa! You can send these off to the North Pole — or just give them to the real gift-givers!
Materials You’ll Need
- Card stock paper
- Markers or crayons
- Finger paints or tempera paints
How To Steps
- Fold an 8×10-inch piece of card stock paper in half from top to bottom (when positioned vertically).
- Cut the paper in half to make two cards.
- Pour a pool of finger paints or tempera onto a paper plate, piece of cardboard or piece of wax paper. Have your child dip their hand into paint.
- Paint print your child’s hand onto one side of the card stock paper. Let the paint dry.
- Your child can draw a picture or decorate the print using markers or crayons.
- Turn the card over and have your child write “Thank you” and the date. If your child is too young to write completely on their own, you can lightly write the message in pencil first. Your child can trace over the words and numbers with a marker afterwards.
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