Is Santa Claus for real Mommy?
Ho!Ho! Ho! It’s that of the year with the little ones have endless questions about what Santa is bringing them this year and what time would Santa be coming home on Christmas?
If you’d like to keep the season’s magic going for your children, check out these ideas.
Play Games Track Santa on Google’s Santa Tracker
Check out the Google Santa Tracker to follow Santa Claus on Google Maps as he makes his journey around the world. With lots to explore – don’t miss Santa Village- it has a series of fun,educational and interactive games for the little fans to celebrate the holiday season brushing up their geography knowledge, learning a different language or learn about different holiday traditions around the world.
Track Santa on the NORAD Website
You can track Santa Claus on the NORAD website – as he enjoys a ridiculous amount of mince pies, booze and cheese, on his magical sleigh delivering presents around the world. You can start tracking him from 8pm on December 24. We hear, Santa will be travelling an estimated 510,000,000km on Christmas Eve – travelling at a staggering 10,703,437.5km/hr, or about 1,800 miles per second.(Wow! that’s a lot of ho!ho!ho!)
Show your kids how to visit “The Library” on this site so they can learn about holiday traditions from around the world and take part in fun holiday activities.
Selfie with Santa
Imagine the look of wonder and surprise when your little one gets to click a selfie with Santa in their playroom or bedroom. It’s the perfect gift ~ PROOF that Santa is real. Create unlimited photos on your smart phone or tablet with three of the most popular Santa stickers ~ absolutely free!Check out the mobile app at icaughtsanta.com
Do a bear dance and shake hands with Santa at DLF Mall of India, Noida
DLF Mall of India has come up with this one of a kind Winter Wonderland for kids (adults too :p) to experience this magical festival. You can indulge in bear dances, santa meet and greets, letter writing, iconic character parades and be the spectator to a unique Christmas installation in the form of a ‘North Pole Station’. Come on by for your share of Christmas cheer and colourful Insta posts!
Click pictures with the 20 feet Ginger Bread House at The Oberoi, Gurgaon
Watch out for a 20 feet high ginger bread house at the Oberoi, Gurgaon. It is made using more than 250 kgs honey, 300 kgs sugar, 400 kgs flour, 10 kgs of spice mix (that includes ginger powder, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg) and 550 eggs. The delectable, handcrafted abode with stylishly decorated edible walls is truly what sweet dreams are made of. The gingerbread house has Christmas goodies including chocolate reindeers, Santa’s sledge, a gingerbread family, letters from Santa, chocolate penguins, owls, smaller Christmas trees, and lots more.
Breakfast of Santa-Themed Goodies
There’s nothing more fun than doing some baking with the little ones on a lazy festive morning. How about some Fruity Santa shapped sandwiches or Reindeer and Snowball Donuts.
Visit Santa at an event near you
From Story Telling Sessions to Carnivals, we hear Santa is going to be everywhere this season. Find an interesting event near you and get a chance to hang with Santa. Find out more here
So little ones ! You better watch out, You better not cry, You better not pout,We’re telling you why: Santa Claus is coming to town!
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