Activities

Write a letter to Santa Claus

Whether in French, English, Japanese, Spanish or even Braille (in 26 languages!), every letter (over 1,000,000!) sent before December 11th will receive an answer. Children can write a letter to Santa Claus and send it to his personal address!

Santa Claus loves receiving letters and drawings but he is quite old and his memory can play him tricks, so the little helpers would like to remind children to write their full return address and their postal code on the envelope so that Santa Claus can write back!

Of course, you can send him an email but the joy of your child receiving a REAL letter from Santa Claus is worth every minute of the preparation you will need to help them write their initial letter…

So, here is Santa's postal address:

SANTA CLAUS

NORTH POLE

H0H 0H0

CANADA


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