Each December, countless children (and many adults) around the world send letters to Santa. Well, it's the 21st century now and Santa has finally upgraded his system. Now you can give requests and best wishes to jolly old St. Nick via email. These allow children to enter information in a form letter, making it easier for them. Santa even responds to some of the letters he receives immediately. Here are some ways to write a letter to Santa online.
Using "Email Santa"
Log on to the Email Santa Claus website.
Click on the “Write a letter to Santa” link on the right side of the page.
Choose a stamp for the letter at the top of the “Write your Christmas letter to Santa Claus” page.
Enter the information in the form letter below the stamp. Basic information, such as name, gender, age and “some things I might like for Christmas” are listed. At the bottom of the letter, you can also enter any additional comments and choose whether you'd like the letter to be visible to other website users.
Select a special treat for Santa and the reindeer at the very bottom of the letter.
Click the “Send Santa Claus my letter” tab beneath the letter to send the email. You will receive a response from Santa shortly after you hit "Send."
Using "Welcome to the North Pole"
Visit the “Welcome to the North Pole” home page.
Click the “Email Santa Claus” link at the top right of the page.
Enter your name and email address in the first two text boxes. Santa will email you with his response.
Write your letter in the large “Now write your letter to Santa Claus” text box. This isn't a form letter, so you may want to assist children on this website.
Click the “Send it to the North Pole” tab at the bottom of the letter. You will receive an email response from Santa shortly after submitting your letter.