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 are 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 this year.
Pair the Christmas wishlist template with some fun Christmas activities and you have everything you need.
Christmas Activities You Can Do with Them While They Make Their Wishlist
- Write a letter to Santa.
- Enjoy some holiday desserts like Christmas brownies, brownie cookie ornaments, Grinch pretzels, Christmas rice cakes, gingerbread desserts, Christmas dips, holiday cookies, and other Christmas treats.
- Work on paper plate crafts.
- Make Christmas Crafts like these Snowflake ornaments, snowman popsicle craft, or felt Christmas tree craft.
- Make a Christmas wreath or holiday wreaths.
- Do Christmas activities like this Christmas activity pack, Christmas writing, or a winter reading challenge.
Free Christmas Wish List Printables
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.
Each kiddo took a wishlist to write everything that they wanted for Christmas this year.
It’s crazy because you think you know exactly what your child will want.. but I 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 wish lists.
My daughter’s list included:
- Robux for her Roblox game
- Craft Kits (see some of our favorite craft kits)
- A real pet baby tiger,
- A make your own lipstick kit
- Lava lamp
- Just Dance video game
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
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!
While I can easily get and wrap the candy and treats, I don’t like to do that because…
- A Christmas wish list is supposed to be for stuff you wouldn’t normally get, you know, the big stuff! Not candy!
- If I wrap these food items and put them under the tree, the dogs and the cats would have a hay day. They would destroy all the gifts just to eat the food and candy!
I will, however, make my daughter the mini Christmas brownies she wants, but they won’t be used as a gift, they will be for everyone to enjoy.
Get the Christmas Wish List Printables for Kids
There are 4 different Christmas wish list templates that you can print out. Each Christmas wish list template that a different theme to is.
We have a snowflake, reindeer, Santa, and a mistletoe one. Each has a cute design and plenty of room for them to write what they want for Christmas.
One Christmas wish list should be enough, but you can printout as many as you need!
While you’re in the holiday spirit, you can also grab these printable Christmas to-do lists to help you stay organized.
Christmas Wish List Ideas:
- Art and Craft Kits for Kids
- Educational Board Games
- Disney Travel Gifts
- Green Kid Crafts
- Toy Story Gifts
- Educational Subscription Boxes for Kids
If you’re looking for more printables, here are a few others you may like.
The holidays are also a great time to get your craft on! If you’re looking for some fun Christmas crafts, check these out.
These Christmas wish list printables are a great way for children to work on their writing skills as well!
We love writing in this house so we always have lists and writing prompts we work on throughout the year. If you want to check out some of the writing prompts to use, these our a few of our favorites: