My son recently asked if he could send a letter to the North Pole for Santa Claus. When he asked, I remembered somebody forwarding me an email about how to do it, but of course I couldn’t find it! Then I remembered that I posted it on my blog last year and now I want to share it with you. But I’m not only going to tell you how to get a letter postmarked from the North Pole, I’m also going to give you other ways to get in touch with Santa!
Get A Letter From Santa, Postmarked From The North Pole
The best part about getting a letter postmarked from the North Pole this way is that you write the return letter. That means you can get as creative and personalized as you want!
The Portable North Pole asks you some questions about your child and to upload a picture and then a live Santa talks to your child. You enter your email address and they’ll notify you when it is ready to be viewed! The cost? It’s free!
The Santa Video
You can create a video of Santa in your home! With The Santa Video, you upload a picture of a room in your home, and with a few other steps, you create a video This one costs $14.95 per video, but it’s proof that Santa has been in your home!
A Letter From Santa For Naughty and Nice Children
All kids love to get letters from Santa. If you use this site, it is super fast and free! You type in your childâ€™s name and you automatically get a letter from Santa! Check out The Official Santa Claus Naughty or Nice List.
Santa.com allows kids to write wish lists, you to purchase a personalized letter from Santa, and more!
Norad Santa Tracker
Your family can watch Santaâ€™s course around the world! Starting on December 1st, visit NORAD Santa Tracker to see where Santa is up until Christmas day.
What other ways does your family get in touch with Santa?
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