I’ve got to hand it to some people – they are more creative than I will ever be. Some very inventive (and tech-savvy!) people have created some awesome interactive Christmas websites that kids love. Here are my favorite ones (and of course, these are all free) so feel free to use them:
There is certainly a lot that we want to tell our kids about Christmas. It’s either lack of time or lack of information that we give them just a handful of information. This interesting website, Why Christmas is a very informative platform for parents to help children know all about Christmas, including the history, customs and traditions. There are also fun-filled activities for kids to enjoy.
This website is a child favorite. Anyone can create a personalized video from Santa to a child with the child’s name, picture, good behavior, bad behavior, and day to day life. The child then gets an email from Santa that shows the special video, made just for him or her. He even takes you on a tour of the North Pole. The video can be from a friend, parent, grandparent, aunt, uncle, teacher, anyone! I’m not going to say anymore, because I don’t want to ruin all the fun!
Most people have seen this site, but it’s so great that it’s worth mentioning. If you haven’t yet seen this, please stop what you’re doing and go to this website. You can put your own pictures into hilarious holiday-themed music videos and watch your characters dance around.
Take a tour of Santa’s village – you can go to the Game Room to play Christmas games, visit the reindeer in their barn, sing songs, spend time in Elf school, send a letter to Santa, and much more. Parents and kids can spend a lot of time on this site.
Similar to Claus.com, but with different activities. Here you can get a letter or phone call from Santa Claus, track Santa Claus on the Norad Tracker, read the North Pole Times, chat with elves, check the Naughty or Nice list, and visit the elves’ workshop.
At this website, kids can watch the disco dancing Santa, have a Christmas story created where they are the main character, print a Good Deeds calendar, and send Christmas e-cards to loved ones. There are also a lot of activities for parents and teachers.
This interactive website is not games and activities but also music, TV shows, movies and recipes to make Christmas time super fun. Ask for more and it givesyou ideas for gifts, Christmas crafts, graphics and a lot more. A one-stop link for kids and adults.
Maybe it’s time for kids to write an email and not a letter to Santa, yes that’s right. Santa now reads email and you can write to him about your wish list by simply going on this website.
If your kids can’t wait for Santa to come to your house and you don’t know what to do, simply take a picture of your house and use this website to add magic to Santa. Make memories with Santa around the house.
tired of telling your kids how far is Christmas? Let this website do it for you. From months to days, hours to minutes and seconds, this website will track down Christmas for you, keeping the curiosity intact.
This website from the North Americal Defence Command will track where Santa is so that you can show your kids where flies and skies. I bet you, this is an exciting watch for your kids.
Christmas is a time to cherish, celebrate for the family but for kids, it means holidays. For me, the time when kids are at home is obviously the most awaited and amazing but also very tiring where I have to keep them engaged in activities. These websites have been a big help to me. My kids stay at home, right in front of my eyes and don’t complain that they are getting bored and have nothing to do.