With the festive season just around the corner, there’s no doubt your little ones will be planning their letter to Santa. We know how busy you are during the festive period, so we have created a Dear Santa list for you to print off and for your children to personalise. We just hope they’ve made the ‘nice’ list!
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Fun facts for kids
What other names is Santa Claus known by?
There are lots of different names for Santa Claus. In the UK, we most commonly use Father Christmas, Santa or Santa Claus. But he is also known as Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle and Santy.
Where does Santa live?
Father Christmas lives in the North Pole. It’s so cold there that it always snows, which helps keep Santa in the Christmas spirit.
How does Santa manage to do all his deliveries in one night?
Because he is very clever. Scientists believe it’s because he’s able to exploit the space-time continuum (ask your Dad or teacher!) but we just believe it’s because he’s magical!
Who helps Santa?
Throughout the year, Santa’s elves help him to make all the toys he needs to make sure all the good boys and girls across the world get a present. On Christmas Eve, his sleigh is pulled by his trusty flying reindeers who make sure he can deliver gifts to children all around the world in one night.
What are the names of Santa’s reindeers?
The names of Father Christmas reindeers are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner, Blitzen and Rudolph. They can fly, balance on rooftops and see in the dark. They like carrots so don’t forget to leave some out on Christmas Eve!
Help for parents: where should you send the letters to Santa? The Royal Mail offers a great service. Send an stamped addressed envelope to Santa/Father Christmas, Santa’s Grotto, Reindeerland, XM4 5HQ and they will send a reply in the post to you’re excited children.Download ← Back