Christmas Wish List Printable

One thing I’ve learned about Christmas shopping is I have to make lists so I have a general idea of what I’m looking for.

When it comes writing gift lists for kids, a simple system like this works a treat. 

  • Something I want
  • Something I need
  • Something to wear
  • Something to read

This is a fun way for kids to write their own Christmas Wish List. Liss Smith made this printable last year, and you can access the printable by clicking on the picture or click here). 

Christmas Wish List Printable

Below is an example set of gifts using this system. These items combined cost about $100

  • Something I want: Disney Frozen Sister Dolls
  • Something I need: PJ set
  • Something to wear: Frozen T-shirt and pink denim shorts
  • Something to read: Frozen – Essential Guide

It doesn’t have to be themed, of course, unless you have a mad Frozen fan or the like!

Frozen Gifts

Frozen Gifts

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