Drawing up Love: A Letter Writing Template by Request

I’m continuing my series of copy-able letters to sponsored children. To read more about this series, click here.  Want to pin this template to Pinterest? just use the “pin-it” button at the bottom of this post. Easy Peazy! 

About a month ago (ok exactly one month ago — sheesh where has the time gone?!) I recieved a very kind comment from Kristy on my Easter Letter Template.

Thank you for this and the other templates! They are terrific! Our children are used to writing letters, but these are handy for those times when they don’t have ideas. Also, they are great for when our Sunday school class writes the child we sponsor as a Sunday school! I’d love to see one with room for drawing pictures (and a space for writing what it is!) for the 5 and under kids :)

Well Kristy, it’s been a long time coming, but this one’s for you and your sweet kids (both in class and sponsored) This new template still has some writing prompts, but also includes an area for a small drawing and explanation of the drawing.

I will say that this may still not be the best option If you are working with very young children. Instead, I’m going to point you toward Jessica’s awesome template that is PERFECT for preschoolers.

If you don’t have a Scribd account, and don’t want to register, you can view the template here on Google Docs.

Also, I wanted to point out that I’ve added a link on the main menu (at the top of the page) that will list all of the templates I’ve created so far. Hopefully that will make them easier to find and use 🙂

12 thoughts on “Drawing up Love: A Letter Writing Template by Request

  1. Hez says:

    Love it! It will work very nice for my nephew, especially on days he doesn’t want to write a whole lot. Lots of room for good information. Thanks!

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  2. Kristy says:

    I love it! Thanks so much for making this template, I just printed it out for my kids and they will be using it tomorrow to write/draw to their Compassion kids tomorrow!

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