I love today’s activity so much! Here is a website where your child (or you, adults welcome too) can “email” Santa Claus, although no email address is actually necessary. Fill out a form, using the manners that you previously learned, and Santa will immediately write back! The letter from Santa appears on your screen, and is quite lengthy and includes details from your original letter so you know that Santa actually read it!

This is so much fun!

Note – when I tested this (several times, because it was so fun), I found that the first button, “Get A Letter from Santa” worked quite well, but the 2nd option “See Santa Live & Get A Letter” did not seem to work in my browser. Also note – the form will ask for an email address but you can just leave it blank. It even says within the form that an email address is not needed.

Give it a try, and keep Santa updated over the next couple of weeks!

(Image credit: prometeus )

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