Top 5 Christmas web sites for families
NoradSanta.org This Web site tracks Santa across the globe as he delivers presents to good boys and girls on Christmas Eve. Visit this Web site to see short video clips of Santa in action throughout various towns and countries. A toll-free phone number allows you to speak to a NoradSanta volunteer who will tell you exactly where Santa is at that moment on Christmas Eve.
Northpole.com This cheerful Web site features Santa's village in the North Pole. The site provides holiday recipes and educational activities. Children can send a letter to Santa. You can also send Christmas postcards to friends and family. Read Christmas stories, play games or enjoy a disco-dancing Santa.
Claus.com This Web site provides plenty of Santa Claus fun. Send Santa an e-mail – he will even respond! Read about Christmas party planning for kids. Allow your children to use their imagination with an online toy-making machine in Santa's workshop. Check your rating at the naughty or nice house or play with reindeer in the reindeer barn.
Claus.com/">SantaClaus.com Since 1994, the Santa Claus.com site has provided tons of Christmas information. Read Christmas stories and learn how Christmas is celebrated around the world. There are fun facts about Santa that everyone will appreciate. This is a great Web site for Santa Claus fans!
The KidzPage.com Keep everyone busy while they wait for the big day with free Christmas games, crafts, puzzles and coloring pages. This site a great choice for busy moms and dads who need to keep the little ones occupied while they decorate, write cards or wrap presents.
These Christmas Web sites for families are sure to brighten your holiday season.