Emailing a Letter to Santa
Below are links to websites where you can email letters to Santa for free. Some websites say that the big guy will even email you back! Many of these websites have games, trivia, history, and more so be sure to take a look around!
Please be advised that I have not personally used any of the websites below and therefore cannot comment on the reliability of the site or quality of the email you may receive back from Santa.
*TheNorthPole.com: ”Make a difference in your family, communities, or the world. Find something you like to do that makes a positive difference in someone’s life. Find your passion. Then ask yourself, how can I do my passion and make a difference at the same time. It doesn’t matter how big or how small. It only matters that you do it. Send Santa your mission. They may just highlight yours on their site.”
This website takes a break from your usual “I want this for Christmas” letter and allows you and your child to stop and think about how you’re making the world a better place and let Santa know about it. They have ideas to help you with your mission and gifts you can purchase that make a difference.You can also print free downloadable coloring sheets, and find some great ideas for your ”Happy Birthday, Jesus” cake.
*The-North-Pole.com Santa Mail: Send your letter to Santa directly to the North Pole via free email and get a reply by email! Also on this website you can read about the birth of Jesus and the history of Santa, learn about Christmas around the world, play games, Sing-a-long Christmas Carols, and more.
*EmailSanta.com: Use this website to send a free email letter to Santa. In addition to telling Santa what you want for Christmas you also get to choose a stamp and select a goody to send with your email (such as Hugs and Kisses or Reindeer Food). While you’re there be sure to check out the rest of the website. I really enjoyed reading Santa’s Tweets (he was tweeting a lot about my hometown…so excited!). You can check to see if you’re on the Naughty or Nice List. They also have free printable coloring pages and much more!
*NorthPole.com Mailroom: This website allows you to send a free email to Santa and he’ll email you back! You can also send and receive animated post cards and have a Santa send you a Birthday e-card (this would be perfect for those with a Christmas birthday to feel special!). If you were really good this year Santa just might send you an Elf Pal Academy Award or Diploma. Take a peek in Mrs. Claus’s Cookbook if you’re looking for a new recipe (there are a ton of them!). There are secret places in the Reindeer Barn that will take you stories about Raymond the Reindeer and his friends. You can read a personalized story about yourself online or print a story book!
*SaintNick.org Letters: This is another website that lets you send a free email to Santa and he’ll email back. On SaintNick.org you can learn about different Christmas traditions around the world. If you’re into Reindeer Games you can start a Snowball Battle by sending a friend a Snow Gram. If you need a snack after your virtual snowball fight you might one to try out one of these free downloadable recipes and then read about the Physics of Santa.
*SantaLetter.com: You can send a free email to Santa at SantaLetter.com and then color some free printable Christmas coloring sheets or send a Christmas e-card. You’ll also find games, jokes, poems, Christmas carol lyrics, trivia, and more
*Claus.com Post Office: Type out your free email message to Santa and select a stamp. Santa will email you back! ”CLAUS.COM is the oldest and most popular Christmas website on the Internet. It has become the Internet’s first Christmas tradition, and it attracts millions of kids and parents every year. Santa Claus and his helpers have created a truly creative experience for kids of all ages. There are lots of things to see and do that you won’t find anywhere else. And you’ll also enjoy the most colorful illustrations on the entire Internet! Look over this quick guide to the site, and then click any of the links on this screen, or return to the village screen and click on any of the buildings.” Be sure to check back on Christmas Eve to find out how close Santa Claus is to your house using Santa Scope™ and Santa Monitor™.
*Santa.net Letters: At Santa.net you can email Santa directly from your email address, send Santa a free email through the website, read cute letters to Santa from other children, or make a Christmas list. There’s sing-a-long Christmas music, tons of games, and an online coloring page.
*Letters to Santa Claus: This website offer tips for writing your letter to Santa, Email Santa, Kids Santa Letters, Letter Template, Write Santa a Christmas Letter.
*Santa-at-home.com: Send Santa a free email and he’ll email you back! Crafts, recipes, games, and more can be found here.
*BlackDog’s Christmas Fun and Games: You can email Santa and join in many of BlackDog’s Christmas fun and Christmas Games!
*OperationLetterToSanta.com: Email Santa, he emails back! This website also has Christmas Carols, Sheet Music, and midi’s, Christmas tales, traditions, and more! There are even pages for Halloween, Thanksgiving, and New Years!
*SantaLetter4You.com: ”Write and Mail a Christmas Letter to Santa Claus and Get Response. Kids, hurry up!! Santa is waiting for your letter, Just complete this letter. He will reply you back immediately as soon as you click on send button. You can Print Your letter as well as the letter from Santa.”
*SantaSearch.org: Jingles, one of Santa’s elves from the North Pole, has the special task of making sure all of your letters and e-mails get to Santa so he can send you a very special letter!
Does your family ever email Santa?
Let me know in the comments!
*Writing a Letter to Santa
*Part 2 Mailing a Letter to Santa
*Part 3 Paper for Writing a Letter to Santa:
Links to free printable Santa paper and “Write a Letter to Santa” kits to purchase
*My Letter to Santa 1984
Posted on December 10, 2010, in Christmas, Dear Santa, Holidays, Traditions and tagged Christmas, Holidays, letters to Santa, tradition. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.
I had no idea there were so many! My kids love the NorthPole.com, I often catch them “chatting” with an elf. We are going to have to check out these other sights too! This is such a wonderful series your working on!
Thanks, Retha! You wouldn’t believe how many of these sites there are! I don’t think I’ve covered all of them…but usually the best ones show up in the first few pages of a search, so I hope I covered most of them. Let me know which site you like the best!
You must have spent all day plus on this posting! Definitely make this one of the Christmas archive posts that you highlight on your blog.
I’ve worked for weeks on this entire series…and I’m not done yet! Per your suggestion I’ve made a button for each post in the Dear Santa series linked to my posts and put it in the sidebar!
Thanks for that awesome list of Santa letter options. I’ll be checking those out for my kids.
Stopping by from SITS to wish you a Merry Christmas!
Thank you, I’m so glad that you stopped by and I hope that you found something helpful! Merry Christmas 🙂