Fill-in-the-Blank Christmas Thank You Cards {Free Printable}

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Encourage gratitude this holiday season with these Fill-in-the-Blank Christmas Thank You Cards.

A collection of 8 Free Fill-in-the-Blank Christmas Thank You Cards

I hope everyone had a fabulous Christmas!  We spent the entire day in our matching Christmas pajamas and it was probably the most relaxing Christmas we’ve ever had.

Now that all the gifts have been opened, it’s time to sit down and write out a few thank you notes.  I will admit that I’m not the best at sending thank you notes but it’s a new goal that I’ve made for myself. I think showing gratitude is important especially for children so I created these Fill-in-the-Blank Christmas cards.

These Christmas thank you cards are perfect for kids because they can just simply write in what they are thankful for.  It might be a gift or it could be a simple thank you for being you.  We didn’t get to see our family this year for Christmas so I’m encouraging Connor to write a few notes to family members thanking them for fun times they’ve shared together.

Fill-in-the-Blank Christmas Cards for Kids

Fill-in-the-Blank Christmas Thank You Cards for Kids

These fill-in-the-blank holiday cards are perfect for younger children who need a little extra help when it comes to writing thank you notes.  They also help children learn the proper way to write a thank you note and, if sending notes in the mail,  you can teach them how to address envelopes.

This collection of Christmas Thank You Cards includes 8 designs: snowman, flamingo, sloth, llama, gnome, unicorn, gingerbread man, and penguin. To grab these free cards, just add your name and email in the form below and this freebie will be delivered right to your inbox. Then, open your email and save the PDF file to your computer. It’s that easy!

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Just print these cards using your home computer. I do recommend using white cardstock instead of regular printer paper. There are two cards on a page so you’ll need to cut each card out. Once your child has filled them out, simply add to a standard 5×7 envelope.


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  1. Is there a way to download these to something besides Chrome? I haven’t had to do that in the past.