Dear [First name],
We’re very busy here at the North Pole, getting ready for Christmas. Mrs Claus is feeding the reindeer, the elves are making lots of toys for boys and girls all over the world, and I’m drying my boots in front of the fire because one naughty elf thought it would be funny to put snowballs in them. I don’t know which one it was, but I will find out! Has it snowed in [HomeTown] yet? Make sure you wrap up nice and warm if it does, and don’t put snowballs in anybody’s boots. Having soggy socks is horrible!
Your [Relative Name] told me what a good [Boy/Girl] you’ve been this year, and all about [Achievement], which makes me very happy indeed. Well done! I’ve also been told that you’d like a [Present] for Christmas, which I think is a perfect present for someone that is [Age Range] old. If you promise to keep up the good work, I will do my very best to get it to you on Christmas Eve. Make sure you get to bed nice and early, and don’t forget to listen for the tinkling of sleigh bells when the stars come out.
I’m so pleased to hear that you and [Friends Name] are playing nicely together. It’s so important to be kind to each other. On Christmas Eve perhaps you’ll be kind enough to leave out a little snack for me or the reindeer to nibble on when we visit your home. That would be wonderful! They love to munch on carrots, but I’d much rather have a mince pie or a cookie. Mrs Claus had to make me a new pair of trousers this year because I ate so many cookies last Christmas that I couldn’t do them up.
Well, [First name], I must go, Wishing you a wonderful, sparkly Christmas, full of fun and laughter,