This free printable letter writing paper set for kids is great for encouraging reluctant writers and helping kids learn how to write letters.
Everyone loves to get a real letter in the mail, and since snail mail isn’t so common these days, getting a letter can be really exciting for kids. And the best way to get a letter is to write one!
Writing a letter is a great way to encourage a reluctant writer, and a special way to keep in touch with family and friends, or to thank someone special. And fun letter writing stationary is a great way to encourage kids to write a letter.
This free printable Little Birdy letter writing set for kids is a great way to get your kids started with letter writing.
Free Printable Letter Writing Set for Kids
This Little Birdy letter writing set for kids includes three different designs, all with fun colours, and cute little birdies!
Each design has a page with ‘dotted thirds’ lines with ‘Dear’ and a ‘love from’ in pre-cursive script to help beginning writers get started. There is also a page with dotted thirds with no words, a page with a space to draw a picture with dotted thirds lines underneath, and a page with plain lines.
Plus each design has a matching envelope. To make to envelopes simple cut around the envelop shape, and fold in the flaps on all four sides along the white lines. Fold in the side flaps first, then the bottom flap. You can use a little flue or double sided tape to stick the bottom flap to the sides if you like. Add some glue or a sticker to hold the top flap closed when you are ready to send your letter.
These printables are A4 sized pdf files, you will need a pdf reader such as adobe acrobat to open them.
If you are printing on US ‘letter sized’ paper be sure to select ‘fit’ or ‘shrink to fit’ from your printer options.
Please remember that the printables at picklebums.com are for personal use only, you may not sell, share, or link directly to these files.
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Penny Whitehouse says
Just beautiful Kate! You are so talented. I will be downloading these soon. What a great way to encourage literacy!
This is gorgeous! I hope my girls are into letter writing when they get older enough to spell something other than their name!! Hehe!! It’s such a beautiful thing to do. Their Pop writes them letters all the time.
Janice @ learning4kids.net says
These are soooooo gorgeous Kate! My girls will love them!
Thanks you!!!! :)
Those are sweet. Well done!
We often write to the kids on Postpals UK, who are living with illness. It’s a very humbling experience for my girls.
Thank you so much for this post.
christine hutton says
thank you love christine in italy xx
Di Phillips says
Yes, yes, yes Kate – let’s get kids back to the art of handwriting. Well done on your contribution. Love your work and designs. Happy Days, Di
These are really gorgeous, thank you.
Kate Sins says
Oh Kate, these are stunning… So looking forward to using them. Mr 2 is not fussed with colours so he’ll happily use pink!
They are fantastic :)
Looking forward to the boys version!
toushka lee says
this is gorgeous.
Those are just lovely! Thank you :) My little princess will be so excited!
Just gorgeous! Thanks Kate, I’ve shared these with my readers… xx
Kelly B says
So brilliant. Love.
Hi i am new member, i would like to know how to download these sheets? they are superb and i am sure i kids will like.
Just click on the link in the post above and follow the instructions at the 4shared site to download the zipfile. Once you have it downloaded double click on the file to ‘un zip’ it and you can open each individual pdf to print it. Hope that helps!
Rich Davies says
That’s actually a really great idea!
When I was young, letter writing was something I quite enjoyed. It’s a good way of encouraging kids to pick this up again.
In a world full of digital letters, it’s sometimes nice to be reminded that there is another way. :-)
Ok, I’m a little slow…how to fold the envelopes??
Just fold in the side tabs and then the top and bottom. You can glue the bottom to the side tabs if you want, or just put a sticker to hold the top and bottom tabs together on top of the side ones.
Julie Sanders says
Thank you for these cute printables. My daughter has been using them to write thank you letters. Then envelope templates work great!