Christmas activities are limited this year because of Covid19 but that doesn’t mean your kids can’t meet Santa this season. There are tons of fun holiday activities for kids popping up all over the place. In fact, I’ve found 7 entertaining holiday activities you can do with your kids right from the comfort and safety of your own home.
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A spitting image of the Big Guy Himself, this Santa will greet your child from Santa’s workshop with his Jolly old Elf. He will greet and chat with your children, read them Christmas stories followed by an impressive recall of his own holiday adventures. He’ll share what it’s like to be Santa and reveal secrets from the North Pole. A heartfelt experience with holiday music, laughs, lots of warmth and fun.
This one claims to be the real Mr. Claus with over 400 years experience! His laugh is quite convincing. Ho Ho Ho – Sitting comfortably from his home on Ear Mountain, he will greet your kids and ask them about their holiday wishes. He shares stories and reveals secrets of toy making. It is a delightful time with holiday music and plenty of cheer.
Bring your singing voice and the joy in your heart. Right from the North Pole Village, Mama Claus will greet and interact with your children with stories and question time. She’ll take note of what your child wants from Santa this year. Kids are engaged with sleigh bell sound effects and will sing carols with Mrs. Claus on the piano. A sweet and warm experience your kids are sure to remember.
Do you have a little one who is passionate about story telling and make believe? Join Jesse an award-winning children’s book author with six published works and a decade in the story telling field. First you’ll meet Santa and introduce yourself. Jesse will talk about his transformation from Silicon Valley to being a children’s book author. He’ll read your child two traditional holiday stories then he will explore the creative elements involved in bringing children’s books to life. Jesse will teach you how a children’s picture book goes from being an idea to a finished book. Bring your imagination!
This one is hosted by a leading actor in the most successful show in Broadway history. Nestled in his New York home, Stephen, the British actor/singer will start with a warm-up then share tips and tricks to better vocals. He claims he can make anyone a better singer! He will bring a dash of Broadway magic with this Holiday inspired lesson and singalong. Perfect for your aspiring actor or performer.
Looking for a free activity? Have your child tune in to Santa’s Official Reindeer Live Feed. This live camera captures the reindeer in their natural snowy habitat. If you tune in at the right time you can catch Santa himself out feeding the reindeer. The site also offers free videos of Santa, his reindeer, and story telling with Santa your child can explore and enjoy.
Your child will be so delighted when they receive a personal letter back from Santa this year. With the help of USPS and mom or dad your little one will be pleasantly surprised when Santa writes back. Just follow these easy steps on the USPS website and your child will have a keepsake to cherish.