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Thanks to today’s modern technology, Santa Claus — and his reindeer — are easier to get in touch with than ever before!
(Yep, Santa has gone high tech!)
Following are some fun ways to communicate with Santa, plus lots of great Santa projects that parents and kids can enjoy together this Christmas.
Connect With Santa Claus Online
Here some really fun ways that your child can communicate with Santa Claus:
- 9 Ways Kids Can Digitally Connect With Santa
- Call Santa Claus With These Android Apps
- 5 Ways To Connect With Santa Online
- Call Santa Claus With These iPhone Apps
Get Letters From Santa… Or Write To Him Yourself
Here’s another fun idea: Letters from Santa sent directly to kids!
In addition to your child receiving something that’s actually from Santa Claus, this is also a great way for parents to explain why Santa left the items he did under the Christmas tree.
There are a number of Santa-related places that provide this service:
- Santa Claus Indian Letters From Santa
- North Pole Alaska Letters From Santa
- Santa Claus Village Arctic Circle Letters From Santa
And don’t forget to have your child write a letter to Santa this year. That way you — and Santa — will know exactly what your child is wishing for!
Here are some helpful tools:
- Letter To Santa Free Christmas Printable
- Free Printable Letter To Santa
- Printable Santa Letters On Pinterest
- Letter From Santa Free Printable Labels & Stamps
The U.S. Postal Service has a really neat program where they adopt children’s letters and send replies.
And finally — tell the kids — NORAD tracks Santa Claus on Christmas Eve!
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