Everyone should enjoy the magic of Christmas for as long as possible, so here are some great ideas to help keep Santa’s visit extra special.
Ideas for keeping Santa’s visit extra special!
Visit Norad’s Santa Tracker
Track Santa’s journey around the earth. Since 1955 Norad has been tracking Santa’s journey around the globe on Christmas Eve and now its immersive website does so with videos, maps, and a behind-the-scenes peek at Santa’s village.
Use different handwriting
A clever way to keep the illusion is to write any letters or labels use different handwriting.
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Santa leaves some snowy footprints
Let Santa leave a trail with some snowy footprints adds a special bit of magic to Santa’s visit.
Elf on the Shelf
Embrace Elf on a Shelf. Love them or hate them they bring the magic of Santa to your household in the run-up to Christmas.
Don’t forget what Christmas is all about
Eventually, when your child does figure out the truth about Santa you need to remember what Christmas is all about – family, friends and the importance of Christmas. That way they can continue to enjoy Christmas the way everyone else does. They could even become a great helper and keep the idea of Santa alive for younger ones.