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Top 10 Ways to Include Older Siblings in the Santa Experience

November 1, 2015

Christmas is a magical time of year. The children are excited to be visited by Santa and cannot help but wonder what he will bring them. However, for the older siblings Christmas might have lost a little magic. They have reached that age where they realize that Santa isn’t a real person, but that can create some wonderful opportunities to include in the Santa experience.

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  1. Remind the older siblings what Santa represents. That he may not be a real person, but his spirit of giving, love, and wanting to help mankind is what Christmas is all about. Enlist their help in a service project that brings toys to needy children who may not get a visit from Santa that year.
  2. Include them on Christmas Eve with playing Santa. Let them help with simple things like filling the stockings and wrapping Santa’s presents.
  3. Have them sprinkle fake snow around the house and the trudge through it in oversize boots to make Santa footprints. The little ones will love waking up and seeing that Santa has been there, and the older one will enjoy making the prints.
  4. Let them eat some of Santa’s cookies and drink some of the milk. Also have them nibble on the carrots to make it look as though the reindeer munched on them.
  5. Have them write a thank you note from Santa for the milk, cookies, and carrots. Leave that note out for the little ones to see on Christmas morning. These little personalized letters from Santa will mean the world to their younger siblings.
  6. If you have a fun holiday tradition, like hiding a pickle ornament on the tree for the kids to find that morning, let the older ones help with it.
  7. Encourage them to still write a letter to Santa. Having them write a Christmas letter to Santa will show the little ones that even though they’re older, that they still believe in Santa and it helps to keep the magic alive.
  8. Let them assist with choosing a present from Santa to give to their younger siblings.
  9. Have them leave out something small that Santa forgot, like a key or mitten, for the younger children to find.
  10. Have them go outside, and with their fists, make reindeer prints in the snow.

Allowing older children to apart of the Santa experience will help to keep Christmas magical for the younger siblings while letting the older one enjoy a more grownup version. Doing this will start to create new and fun ways to celebrate Christmas.

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Christmas Gifts from Santa

July 30, 2012

We’re over the halfway mark to Christmas! It’s just around the corner. Santa Claus has been working on Christmas gifts for the children on the Good List all year. We’ve been releasing new products here and there throughout the year as each new gift reaches perfection. Below are more gifts from Santa that are sure to amaze your child! Any of these items and many more can be added to your personalized letter or gift box from Santa . Our Santa letters start at just $9.95 and Gift Boxes from Santa start at $12.95. All orders include Free shipping. Christmas activity sheets and Christmas stickers are included in each purchase while supplies last. www.topsantaletters.com

Comet the reindeer really wanted to shine when Santa was deciding what to include in his packages so he let him create this “Santa stop here” door hanger specifically for all the good boys and girls. He even included a picture of himself next to Blizzard the snowman. Santa loved the design and will know your child has been really good this year when he sees this hanging on their door.       

Santa Stop Here Door Hanger

Santa stop here door hanger

Your child works hard every year helping with the Christmas tree decorations. Each one is placed in a specific, well thought out spot, and hung on the tree with pride. Your child will light up when they receive a “Best Decorated Christmas Tree” ribbon sent to them by Santa Claus. What an achievement! The ribbon can be hung on your Christmas tree or kept safe as an award. With our exclusive design, your child will know for sure that their Christmas tree decorating job is truly the best.

 Christmas Tree Ribbon

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We still have more Christmas gifts from Santa that we will be showing soon! Stay tuned!

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Top Santa Letters opening date is December 1, 2011

November 28, 2011

That time of year is here again and we are so excited to finally be launching our Top Santa Letters website.  Our letters are 100% unique and created by Santa’s top elves. Each letter contains at least 5 personalization entries and is completely editable. Our personalized letters from Santa are printed on top quality ivory paper, signed by Santa, and mailed in a green envelope with gold labels addressed to your child.

The price of a personalized letter from Santa is $9.95.

Add a Good List Certificate to any letter for only $5.95.

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