Hi Everyone! Who doesn’t want to be on Santa’s nice list. My kids definitely think they are one it an honestly they are BUT this year I am encouraging them to do some random acts on niceness to get on that list. These jumbo size 18×32 inch prints are a big way for them to show everyone how much they’ve tried to think of others. There are 24 lines perfect for one act of kindness everyday in December before Christmas. It is kind of like an advent calendar but instead of getting a little treat your kids are giving a little treat to other.
To download the nice list printable, click here. Forward the download to your local printer. Have it printed as a 24″x36″ engineering blueprint (you can do this at any copy place or office supply store) and it only cost about $3. This is a much less expensive way to make a huge black and white print than having a poster made.
Once it is printed, have your child sign their name to the bottom and then keep track of every nice thing they do above the expected. Once it’s filled, roll it up and stick it under the tree for Santa on Christmas Eve.