Christmas time can be stressful, especially for moms! Save yourself so much time by downloading our Christmas wish list for kids free printable so that you have everything your kids want all in one place!
My Christmas Wish List Printable
As a kid, I used to love Christmas! I would love walking through the stores looking at everything dreaming of what Santa would soon bring me! I remember one Christmas in particular when my mom made me close my eyes as she snuck me into her closet to try something on to make sure it fit before Christmas.
I remember standing there giddy as ever. I put it on. It felt itchy, and I sort of cringed inside. But I tried so hard to hold it together, knowing my mom was so excited about what she had found for me. Well, being the child that I was, I snuck back into her closet the following day while she was at the store. There was that horrible-looking jacket with rainbows and colorful buttons on it. There I was, now trying to figure out how on Earth I could possibly be excited on Christmas morning getting that. At that moment, I vowed to never give my kids anything that horrible ever!
Christmas Wish List for Kids
Fast forward 25 years, and here I am, a mom to 5 kids! Three of them are in their teenage years and are picky!!! I now realize just how hard it is to shop for your kids when you don’t have any idea what they would like! This is why I make all of them give me a My Christmas Wish List.
It allows me to really know what they want for Christmas. In fact, with the older kids, I even encourage them to send links to the exact item they want! It is a huge lifesaver for everyone!
By making the kids fill out a Christmas Wish List, it pretty much guarantees me that I will get them exactly what they want for Christmas. Which means happy kids on Christmas morning, and that means a happy mom too!
Gear up for the Holidays with this Mega Christmas Game Collection!
What is On My Christmas Wish Printable
On your Christmas Wish List Printable, you will find it broken down into sections.
- Things you want
- Things to Wear
- Books and games
- Needs (yes, they always need socks and underwear)
And then I have them always put their favorite things. This includes:
- Favorite thing to do
- Favorite Candy
- Favorite place to eat
- Favorite Sport
That way if someone wants to give my kids a gift card or we need a small gift or stocking stuffer, I know exactly what to get or what to tell them. Stocking stuffers are always the hardest for us. That is why I always grab a coupon book or two for their stockings.
Santa Wish List Ideas for Christmas
My kids are notorious for not knowing what they want for Christmas until the last minute. I always try to help them a bit by giving them some Santa Wish list ideas for them to start getting their brain thinking of things that they want.
Something I Want
Here are some fun things your kids might want this year to add to their Santa Wish list!
Something I Need
When you think of something you need I think we all think socks and underwear, but there are so many things that your kids may need that are worn and need to be replaced or maybe something that they don’t have but need! These are so great needs for your kid’s lists!
- Phone charging station
- Alarm Clock
- Water bottle (Perfect for little kids) water bottle (great for teens)
- Sheets (perfect for younger kids) sheets (perfect for older kids)
- Suitcase (love these for small children) Suitcase for growing teens
Something To Read
When picking out books for your kids you want to think of their reading level as well as the types the books they like. We have some great suggestions on this list.
- Books for 9 year old girls
- Books for 2 year olds
- Best Dinosaur books for preschoolers
- Junie B Jones
- Magic Tree House
- Nate The Great
- Diary of Whimpy Kid
Something to Play
We love to play games in our house, so we are always getting new games for Christmas. Check out these game ideas.
- The Best Card Games
- Best Board Games for Teenagers
- Best Games for 9 year olds
- Best games for 2 year olds
- Ticket to Ride
- Kids Against Maturity
- Taco Vs. Burrito
Something to Wear
When it comes to something kids are all different maybe there is a sweatshirt they want or a new pair of shoes. Snow clothes are a really great option, and you can’t go wrong with slippers!
Ready for More Christmas Games Or Printables? Try these!
- Christmas Color By Number
- Christmas Would You Rather
- Christmas Movie Trivia
- Christmas Trivia for Kids
- Christmas Scavenger Hunt
- Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt
- Christmas This or That
- Saran Wrap Christmas Game
- Christmas Bingo
- Christmas Pictionary
- Christmas Scattergories
- Christmas Word Scramble
- Christmas Word Search
- Christmas Charades
- Who Am I? Christmas
- Christmas I Spy Printable
- Christmas Tic Tac Toe
- Fun Christmas Games for Kids
- Elf on the Shelf Jokes
- Elf Memes
- Elf on the Shelf Names
- Santa Jokes
- Christmas Tags
- Christmas Gift Card Holders
- Christmas Song Charades
- Christmas Thank You Cards
- Christmas Planner
- DIY Christmas Place Cards
- 12 Romantic Days of Christmas Coupons
- Grinch Word Search
- Best Christmas Lunch Box Jokes
- Christmas Tree Puns
- Christmas Knock Knock Jokes
- Christmas Jokes
- Christmas Journal Prompts
- Elf on the Shelf Arrival Letter
- Elf Trivia Questions
Christmas Wish List Template
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