Sample Letter To A Soldier Template


Tips for Writing a Letter to a Soldier
1. Tell your name, age and grade, and where you go to school.
2. Tell more about yourself -
Names of the people in your family. Your pets’ names. Where you live.
Your favorites: (subject in school, sport, food, book, song, or movie, etc.)
3. Tell what you did yesterday and what you’re planning to do today.
Explain a little about what you’re doing in school.
4. Ask the soldier about his life and family -
Who’s in your family? What do you do each day? Is it hot or cold where you are?
What does the country look like? What do you do when you’re not on duty?
5. Thank him or her for serving in the military.
6. Don’t forget to sign your name.
Here’s a sample letter
Dear American Soldier,
My name is Evan. I’m 9 years old and in the 4
grade at Hartfield
Elementary School. My teacher’s name is Miss Rice.
I have a brother named Joseph. We play football after school
now, but basketball is my favorite sport.
Isabel is my sister. She’s only 3, but she loves to draw. I’m
sending you one of her pictures.
Yesterday we went to the store to shop for groceries for
Thanksgiving and I can’t wait for the turkey and mashed
potatoes. But my favorite food is pizza. I’ll get to have pizza for
my birthday party next week.
It’s very cold here now. Is it cold where you are? What kind of
uniform do you wear? Can you tell me about where you work or
what you do all day? I’m going to write a report for my class.
Thank you for doing the job of an American soldier. I hope you
stay safe.
Take care,


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