This free Christmas wish list printable is a great way for kids to keep track of their most wished-for toys. These wish lists have plenty of space for children to write down what they’re hoping Santa will bring them.
You (or they) can write the child’s name and age along with everything they are hoping to get for Christmas.
One thing you can do is keep their wish lists every year so that as the years go by, everyone can see what silly items they wrote down. When they’re older they’ll look back and laugh and reminisce.
I gave these wish lists to both of my children and told them to write everything they wanted for Christmas down. Boy was that a mistake!
I also learned a lot about what each child was really into and I have to admit.. it’s definitely not what I thought it was.
I guess I still picture them as young children who were still into action figures, legos, and other cool toys. According to my daughter “That’s for kids mom, we’re 11”. Oh boy.
So just for fun, let me share what exactly was on their lists.
My daughter’s list included: robux for her Roblox game, money, a real pet baby tiger, lipstick kits, craft kits, lava lamps, Just Dance 2020. Ok ok.. not too bad. However, the baby tiger is just not gonna happen.
As I continue down the list though I see: jolly ranchers, candy, cupcakes, cookies, chips, and candy canes. Umm… ok? What kind of a Christmas list is this? Should I just take her to a bakery and be done? haha
While I can easily get and wrap the candy and treats…
1) Christmas wish lists are supposed to be for stuff you wouldn’t normally get, you know, the big stuff! Not candy.
2) If I wrap these food items and put them under the tree, the dogs would destroy all the gifts just to eat the food and candy!
I will, however, make her the mini Christmas brownies she wants, but they won’t be used as a gift, they will be for everyone to enjoy.
My son’s list contained one single item: a VR headset (this one in particular). My first thought was “ok, that’s easy enough”. Little did I know these darn VR headsets are like $600! No wonder he had only one item!
Christmas Wish List Printable for Kids
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