Back one last time with another thank you note idea. I previously shared a set of simple downloadable thank you notes and a fill-in-the-blank version for kids along with a few helpful hints. I had such a great response, especially on the importance of teaching children this valuable skill, that I thought I would share one more example – an Elf Thank You Note.
If you are like me, you ready for your little Elf friend to fly away home already. (Am I the only one that has a hard time keeping up with that friendly little guy?) Ours leaves on Christmas Eve, so it’s the perfect time for him to say thank you for the extended visit.
I wrote a generic letter that you are welcome to simply download and printout.
Or if you are feeling creative and want to write your own personalized message, you can download a blank copy of the stationery. Both are available for download here.
I think it’s always good for children to see manners modeled and kindness in action, so I hope this little Elf Thank You Note gives you a quick and easy way to do just that.
Stay humble, work hard, be kind.