It’s easier than ever for your little elves to get in touch with the big, strong, handsome man in red. Here are five ingenious (and easy!) ways.
Forget the chimney, this year, Santa’s coming into your house through your computer! Portable North Pole (PNP) gives parents the opportunity to send personalized videos from Santa to their children Simply answer a few questions about loved ones and upload your favourite pictures to create a charming message from St. Nick that’s delivered directly to your computer or smart device.
From FREE video options to expanded highly customizable paid packages for the entire family, PNP makes it easy to extend the magic of Christmas throughout the holiday season. PNP donates 5% of all online sales to children’s hospitals around the world so it’s charming and charitable!
PNP is a seemingly magical customizable video from Santa. Santa says your child’s name and elves review his “file” to find out if your little has been naughty or nice.
Thanks to the wonderful people at Canada Post, when your kids write a letter (before December 16) to Santa at his special address, he’ll send one back. Address letters to:
And don’t forget to include your return address!
Also from the lovely volunteers at Canada Post, kids can send an email to Santa using a handy form, and he’ll send one back!
Yep, you can watch Santa feed all of his reindeer at ReindeerCam.com. There’s even a “Nice List” that you can get your child’s name on that runs along the bottom of the feed. It’s fun to watch!
In December, if you visit NORAD Santa Tracker, you’ll just get a count down for the days, hours, minutes, and seconds until Christmas. But on Christmas Eve, the kids can see where in the world Santa is at that exact moment. There’s also lots of games, music, and videos to check out while you are there.