Thank you for visiting our FREE Dear Santa Letters website.  Our site is designed to bring you and your family the spirit of Christmas this holiday season.  While you are here make sure to visit each of our pages to see all of our different features and have some fun.

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Here are some of the fun activities you will find:

Christmas is the best time of the year to share with family and friends.Dear Santa Letters Dear Santa Letters brings that spirit to life for your entire family. We know children love to think about, hear about, and dream about Rudolph, and the elves; make this Christmas one your children won’t forget, Click Here to talk with Jolly ol’ Saint Nick himself!

Gather the family around and make calling Santa and leaving him a message a new family tradition!  As you browse through this site you will find hours and hours of fun for your entire family.  Bake some cookies, watch a few videos, and you can even learn the words to your favorite  carols.

In reality, the Holiday season should be a time when you can let your hair down and focus on the things that really matter in life. Our goal is to aid you in creating new memories that your children will be able to draw upon when they are older.

Generally considered the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ, and although the exact date of his birth is not known, it was decided by the Roman Catholic church to celebrate his birth on December 25th. Christmas was originally a Christian holiday, but more and more it is also being celebrated by non Christians. Over the years the tradition of St. Nicholas bringing children gifts over the yuletide season has become a foundation of the season.  With Dear Santa Letters you can also make calling him a new family tradition.

Although Christmas is celebrated in many countries, there are several places around the world where the Holiday is not celebrated as anofficial public holiday. These countries include;  People’s Republic of China, except Hong Kong and Macao, Japan, Saudi,Arabia, Algeria, Thailand, Nepal, Iran, Turkey and North Korea.  Each country has different traditions and ways of celebrating.

We hope by visiting our site you will experience the true spirit of the holidays. Don’t forget to spread the Holiday spirit, share this website with your friends today so that they too can find a free printable letter from Santa!

You can CALL SANTA today and allow your child to hear his voice, and make this a Christmas they will never forget. Although he is very busy, he is always happy to talk to a child. You can leave him a list of the presents that you want (a great way for parents to know what toys to buy)!

Also remember that your child can write St. Nick  and you can print the letter and give it to your child on Christmas morning.  Simply click on the links on the right hand side to be taken to the appropriate page to either call or write St. Nick and prepare a free printable letter from Santa.  These services are totally free because we know how important traditions are to families and children.  Please spread the word on to your friends and loved ones and help them have a Merry Christmas as well.  Also feel free to leave a comment about one of your favorite traditions on any of the pages of Dear Santa Letters to share with everyone that visits.  You can also find great secret Santa questionnaires here.