Here are my favorite Christmas season sites. Some are from when my children were little, others are recent sites that entertained me.
- Portable North Pole message from Santa is a new favorite. Fill in a few details for your toddler, child or special someone and santa talks to them directly. There are also videos of Santa’s secret village.
- NorthPole.com is a simple but fun site for young children where they can read stories, or have them read aloud. Parents can print out a “Good Deeds Calendar” which promotes such activities as teeth brushing and helping parents. There are Christmas crafts and recipes to make. Most of the activities are free but there is a $2.95 per child option to personalize your little elf’s experience.
- I love Elf Yourself because it makes me laugh every time. Office Max and JibJab teamed up to entertain us with this web site. For $4.99 you can download your video to post to your site.
- The NORAD santa tracking site was one of my family favorites since I first found it on the internet many years ago. There is also a village with links to different activities for your child.
- United States Post Office is still a great source for an authentic letter from Santa delivered the old fashioned way.