That long wait for Santa through December is not always easy for little ones (or their parents) but, some wonderful websites have come to the rescue of parents around the world.
It’s the time of year when even the most patient of parents can be worn down! But now, the long list of questions and curiosity surrounding Santa Claus can be satisfied at the click of a button, leaving you to take a moment (and a mince pie) to yourself!
NorthPole.com has a whole sackful of Santa activities directly from his workshop. The children will delight in visiting various areas of Santa’s Secret Village, including Mrs. Claus’ kitchen and discovering stories there that they listen to an elf reading for them or read the stories themselves. You can print out the story with lovely pictures to colour making a complete Christmas book for the children to keep. At Santa’s Den you can even find a special story that, after answering a few questions, will give you a personalized story to treasure.
The North Pole’s Mail room is always a popular place where the children can fill in postcards and send them to friends and family and most importantly of all send their letter directly to Santa. They can even receive postcards and letters here too and can pick up their personal reply from Santa.
The Naughty or nice list is a particular favourite and is great for a little extra motivation to stay on the nice list!
SantaClaus.net if filled with fun facts and activities too with a slightly simpler feel. Children can read about the elves and reindeer that help Santa and find out just how cold it really is at the North Pole today. They can even receive a phone call from Santa (with your permission).