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5 Fun Ways to Keep Your Kids Believing in Santa

Updated on December 12, 2014

Keep the Magic of Santa Alive

At some point, all kids hear that Santa Claus isn't real and parents are faced with the task of explaining about the legend of Santa. But if you're a parent, you can keep Santa's magic alive a little longer by using some of the methods below. All of these techniques will help keep your kids believing in Santa Claus. And they're fun!

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How to Believe in Santa Claus the Fun Way - Bring the magic home with these fun methods

  1. Santa Letters

    Sending a Santa letter to your child is one of the easiest ways to keep them believing in Santa Claus. You can either get elaborate letter packages including Nice List certificates, reindeer food, magic snow and other goodies from sites such as or you can save money and print your own letters from Santa using sites such as or

  2. Personalized Santa Video

    Portable North Pole is one of the most innovative Christmas sites online and it lets you personalize a video message from Santa Claus for FREE. Santa actually says your child's name, locates his or her home state on a map and lets your child know if they've made it onto his nice list. If this convincing video doesn't keep your kids believing in Santa Claus, then it's possible nothing will. They also have a variety of related products kids will love.

  3. Santa Photos in Your House

    Part of Santa's magic is the fact that so few kids have ever been able to catch him at Christmas Eve. Parents, however, can capture proof of Santa's visit with the help of Capture The Magic. This site makes it easy to catch Santa in your house. All you need to do is upload a photo of the room in your home where you caught Santa, and they'll do the rest. The results are amazing!

  4. Santa's Nice List Ornament

    If your child made it to Santa's Nice List, one way to let them know is to get a special personalized ornament that declares the accomplishment. These can be customized at Zazzle in minutes with your child's name and the year.

    Santa loves to leave these special ornaments in stockings on Christmas morning!

  5. Santa Evidence

    With so many homes to visit on Christmas Eve, isn't it amazing that Santa doesn't ever drop his gloves or forget his hat? Well, it turns out that Santa Claus can be forgetful, too. Sometimes he accidentally leaves behind evidence of his visit in your house. Search for "Santa evidence" and you can get a few items to leave out to prove Santa was really there.

Put Your Kids on Santa's Nice List

believing in santa - nice list certificate
believing in santa - nice list certificate

You can get printable Nice List certificates like this one at

Celebrate Christmas with a Santa Mug - A great gift for kids!

Personalized Christmas Mug - Santa and Reindeer at Zazzle
This cute Christmas mug featuring Santa Claus and one of his reindeer can be personalized with your child's name. Perfect for sipping hot cocoa!

Have You Been Naughty or Nice This Year? - Take the poll!

Are you on Santa's Naughty List or Nice List This Year?

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    • Frischy profile image

      Frischy 5 years ago from Kentucky, USA

      I absolutely do believe in Santa Claus! My teenager's teacher tells me I have to tell her the "truth" about Santa. Maybe I need to explain the truth to the teacher! As a single mom I learned the real truth, and there were some years we would not have had much of a Christmas at our house without dear Santa. Yes, he is very real!


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