This video is for anyone interested in getting the best out of our free printable letters from Father Christmas this year. It shows you how to present your letter tied with a ribbon, a name tag and with a sprinkling of fairy dust. We hope you enjoy making letters for your little ones and that you have lots of fun at this magical time of year. x
Here are links to the printables that go with this video:
If you’re looking for ways to get your child excited about Christmas early, not to mention a little reminder about how important it is to be good, then this letter is well worth a look. We’ve been told by many parents that they like to read our Santa letters as bedtime stories and we think this one is a particularly nice choice for that, as thoughts of friendly talking Christmas trees are nice to drift off to. It’s a letter suitable for boys and girls and we hope they enjoy it.
For further Father Christmas story-letters, don’t forget to keep an eye on our “New” page, we’ve a couple more on the way.
Well here we are in the midst of summer once more and with the school holidays all but upon us, we thought we’d post up a list of five of our most popular summer printables. Some are brand new and some are old favourites. Hope you enjoy them.
Ok, not strictly a summer resource but these are proving pretty popular for anyone having a Viking birthday party for the kids. Spelling out the birthday boy or girl’s name in real Viking runes and hanging them along the wall adds a great bit of fun to the festivities. (Now all we need is the 3D printer technology to hurry up and become commonplace so we can design you a Viking helmet and a longboat too!)
This one is for the end of the summer holidays. In it, Father Christmas thanks your child for being good over the summer and says he hopes he/she will keep it up until Christmas. In our house, a word from Santa brings a smile amid that back to school gloom!
Give the summer holidays a couple of weeks to kick in and then encourage further good behaviour with this summer certificate from Santa. Christmas may seem like a long way off but it’s never a bad thing to let your child know that the elves have their eyes out all year.
As with all our resources, anything which proves particularly popular will go straight to the top of our “add more list”. The best way to let us know if you like something is to share it on Facebook, Twitter etc. We can tell how many shares and/or likes each of our pages receives and every month we have a quick look at the printables people like best and focus our efforts there.
For anyone wondering what other visitors to this site are interested in right now, this week our most popular resources are:
Basically, it’s hot chocolate with a little extra oomph! You make a normal cup of hot cocoa, then add extra chocolate and white marshmallows – which are what give it its name. Some people also add extra milk or cream and just for fun, the whole thing is stirred up with a candy cane. It’s also becoming increasingly common for the raw ingredients for snowman soup to be put together as a gift for people to take home. A snowman soup gift set usually consists of a sachet of hot chocolate; some extra chocolate to stir in, such as buttons or stars or kisses; some white marshmallows; and a candy cane to stir it all up.
If you want the snowman soup poem featured in the video above, click here.
If you want the snowman colouring page featured in the video above, click here.
Snowman Soup Printables
We’ve written a couple of snowman soup poems, both of which are available for you below. We find parents like to print one, roll it up, tie with a ribbon and place it alongside a steaming cup of snowman soup or with a snowman soup gift set. (A snowman soup gift set usually consists of a sachet of hot chocolate, some extra chocolate to stir in such as buttons, stars or kisses, some white marshmallows, and a candy cane to stir it all up.)
Please note that the copyright for all our snowman soup poems belongs to Rooftop Post. They are only for your own personal use and may not be used commercially.
This is just a quick post for all of you who like to keep an eye out for our latest printable resources. Once upon a time when our website was young, witches weren’t particularly popular, but since the advent of Harry Potter, we’ve seen demand for them go up and up. We’ve long had requests to extend our witch-themed printables, but it’s not always easy to know what to make.
However, this February, one of our illustrators put together a couple of witchy rhymes to print out for children’s bedroom walls. We’re calling them Witchy Wall Spells, the idea being that you can pop them on a bedroom or playroom wall for a bit of decorative fun. They’re affectionate, gentle and will hopefully bring a smile to any child. So far, we’ve got a witchy wall spell for a boy and a witchy wall spell for a girl, but we hope to add more before the end of this month.
As with all our resources, our witch-themed printables have no religious content in them whatsoever and are intended only for entertainment purposes.
Don’t forget… if you scroll down to the bottom of our newest resources, you can usually find a “Download as PDF” button to make printing easier.