If you’re little one has been good enough to make it onto Santa’s Nice list this year, these free printables might come in handy. They’re everything we’ve got – old and new – that lets a child know he or she has been good enough, (or very nearly good enough), for Christmas gifts.
If you’re planning a Christmas party, you might like to browse our latest Christmas party printables. You’ll find them below, along with a handful of old favourites. They’re generally designed with children in mind, but there’s no reason they wouldn’t do for older gatherings as well.
Not long now until that spooky time of year – so we’ve collected a few of our favourite Halloween printables together below. Some are popular every year, others are new additions. Whatever you’re doing on the 31st of October, we hope you have a frighteningly good time!
Hello! As you’ll know if you’re a regular visitor to this site, we add new printable colouring pages whenever we can. Here are our latest offerings, many of which have been created with the upcoming season of autumn in mind. We hope you find them useful and that if your children are heading back to school this September, they have a great term.
Ah spring. (At least if, like us, you’re in the northern hemisphere.) The lambs, the daffodils, the bluebells, the light. Goodness, we’ve missed the light. And of course, Easter around the corner. It’s always a bit of rush in our house to get everything done, unlike Christmas, which seems to be hanging around from September onwards these days. We always feel that Easer rather jumps out from around the proverbial corner – and a mad scramble for eggs, decorations and magical Easter Bunny printables is pretty much guaranteed. Talking of which, our top picks for this year are below…
Easter Bunny Certificates:
We’ve built up quite a few of these over the years, and you can find all of them on this page. However, our four favourites are a follows:
Easter Bunny Letters and/or Notes
As with the certificates, we’ve created a fair few of these now but these are the ones we like the best. Hopefully, you’ll like them too:
From the minute the Easter Holidays start it can be great fun to gather up some children and make the house look lovely. The spring decorations we like most are below, though it’s also worth hunting around the internet for more such things, for as much as we’d love you to stay on this site forever, there are lots of other gorgeous decorative ideas out there.
Easter Bilby Resources:
Okay, so we’re based in the UK, but we love the idea of the Easter Bilby and for any Australians out there, these are the four bilby resources to make sure you don’t miss:
Hello Americans! As you might know, we’re based in the UK, but we had a bit of extra time this month so we thought we’d create some Independence Day printables for you to enjoy. Here they are, listed below…
We hope you have fun preparing for the big day in 2016 and wish you a very happy Fourth of July. xx
Hello visitor! If you’re a regular looking for the latest kids’ printables we’ve created, they’re listed below.
1. Last Tooth Collection Notes
When it’s time for that very last tooth to be collected, these notes are the ones to use. There’s a version for a boy and one for a girl – they’re lovely way to let the Tooth Fairy say goodbye and wish your child well on the path to growing up completely.
2. Dragon Bravery Certificates
These are a bit of magic for any child who has been brave recently, for example by going to a new school, going to the dentist or achieving anything about which they were nervous. There’s one for a boy and one for a girl.
3. Lost Tooth Found Certificates
It’s so easy to lose a tooth when it first falls out and the last thing you want is a disappointed child worrying that the Tooth Fairy won’t find it! This certificate is a good way to set your child’s mind at ease. There’s one you can add a name and date to and a version you can print without personalisation (just in case you’re in a rush!)
4. Tooth Fairy Certificates for a Swallowed Tooth
You’d be surprised how often this happens. We created these certificates because we had a number of requests from parents whose children had accidentally swallowed a baby tooth. One is ready to personalise but if you’re in a rush and don’t want to bother, there’s also a version which doesn’t need you to add a name. You can just print it as is and pop it straight under your little one’s pillow.
5. Dolphin Chore Chart
A summery addition to our chore charts, great for children who like dolphins.
6. Cute Dragon Envelopes
These cute little dragon envelopes are ready to print and fold.
7. Mermaid Party Invitations
Lots of fun if you’re planning an under the sea party.
8. One Tooth Left to Lose Certificates
These certificates are a bit unusual in that they’re not to say thank you for a tooth. Instead, they are notes to leave before your child loses his or her last tooth. There’s one for a boy and one for a girl. The idea is that the Tooth Fairy wants to let your child know that he or she has one tooth left and that she is looking forward to a final visit one day soon, to pick it up. It’s a nice way to begin rounding off the visits from the Tooth Fairy, now that your little one is growing up.
It’s the night before Easter and if you’re still surfing for last-minute printables, you’ve come to the right page! Here’s a list of our most popular – all you need is a printer, possibly a pair of scissors, and the children tucked up in bed.
Oh, and we wish you and yours a very happy Easter! Thank you for visiting our website, we hope you’ll come again. xxxx
This is our newest Easter Bunny letter and it was created this year, so it’s definitely one your child won’t have had before. Just print it and leave it somewhere for him/her to find on Easter Morning.
This short note from the Easter Bunny lets your child know that he has hidden eggs around your house. Great if you’re preparing an egg hunt tonight.
This is a nice certificate to leave with the Easter Bunny’s eggs. Just print then write your child’s name and the date on it. (Unless you are the real Easter Bunny, you might need to disguise your handwriting!)
This amusing little note shows the Easter Bunny at his humorous best. It’s ideal for boys or girls and great fun to leave with their Easter eggs to be found on Easter Morning.
This is just a quick post to let you know that this year, we will be adding free full-length letters from the Easter Bunny to our site. The first one’s up already and we hope to have more by around the middle of February.
For anyone wondering what Easter Bunny letters are for, it’s the same sort of idea as father Christmas. The Easter Bunny visits on the night before Easter and, provided the children have been good of course, leaves behind a gift of chocolate eggs. Our letters are meant as an accompaniment to this gift and they tell of Easter Bunny’s magical journey to your house or about the adventures he has had in the run up to Easter. They’re basically little stories which can be read on Easter Day.
Families have varying traditions when it comes to where the eggs are left on Easter morning, some Easter Bunnies hide them around around the house or garden, some leave them near a sleeping child’s bed. We try to make our letters as broad as possible when it comes to this sort of thing, so that they’ll apply to everyone. While we recognise that easter is a special religious occasion for many families, we don’t include any religious content in our letters. Again, this is simply so that they can be enjoyed by everyone.
Wherever you are and however you celebrate, we wish you and your family a truly happy Easter this year and if our letters or other printables have been of some use to you, the pleasure’s ours.
All the best,
The People at Rooftop Post xx
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For fans of our Father Christmas letters, we’ve just added another free one for you to print and read to your child. It’s a letter for before Christmas, we’ve entitled it “The Knotty North Wind“, and it’s great for anyone wanting to get the kids excited… and hopefully being good!
Like all our letters, it tells a story. This time, Father Christmas finds a rather unusual character in trouble on his roof – the North Wind.
The North Wind is a lovely character who crops up in quite a few of our stories and is one of Father Christmas’s very old friends. He’s in a spot of trouble in this letter, having got caught up in a string of tinsel, bit not to worry, as with his usual good cheer and just a touch of magic, Father Christmas finds a way to set him free.
We hope you enjoy this letter, as with all our Christmas letters, they are written by Santa with a little help from Leone Annabella Betts.