My children received some very thoughtful gifts this past Christmas from family and friends. Now they are joyfully showing their gratitude by writing thank you notes.
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Why Write Thank You Cards
These simple printable thank you cards make showing appreciation easy and fun. Kids only need to address the card, print the gift received, then sign their name. As my children grow, writing thank you cards will eventually include “why” they loved their gift, but for now as they are in the beginning stages of writing, this style of card suits them.
The back of the card is blank, making it perfect for kids to decorate with drawings, stickers, and stamps, or for pasting a picture of themselves enjoying their gift.
Free Printable Thank You Cards for Kids
- your free PDF file of the thank you cards.
- Kids can cut the cards out themselves with scissors, or an adult can cut neatly with the use of sharp scissors or an X-ACTO Knife.
- Help your child write what they need to, then invite them to decorate the back of the card.