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5 Places to Track Santa this Christmas


This year, kick your Christmas countdown up a notch with some clever and interactive Santa Trackers and keep a special watch on where the jolly man in the red suit is:

Google Santa Tracker
Keep an eye on Santa with the Google Santa Tracker, a cartoon-style site dedicated to Father Christmas! This highly interactive format includes Santa’s Village, a site where kiddos will find games and, perhaps, even some of Santa’s elves! Make sure to check out Santa’s dashboard, which features not only Google Maps technology but also sleigh engineering while you learn all about some of the stops Santa makes!

NORAD Tracks Santa
NORAD Tracks Santa kicks off on December 1, and little ones will want to visit this site each day for games, music, and stories! Santa’s magical journey is also documented each hour on Christmas Eve, so be sure to check out the Santa Cam for highlights once Santa departs the North Pole!

TrackingSanta.net
Developed by the North Pole Tracking Department, TrackingSanta.net is a family-friendly service highlighting the journey of our favorite jolly, white-bearded man! Use the map on the TrackingSanta.net homepage to check out his whereabouts on the most magical night of the year!

Santa Update
Head on over to Santa Update ASAP for the latest news and a behind-the-scenes glimpse of Santa, Mrs. Claus, the North Pole, and all of the reindeer and elves! This entertaining site is perfect for anyone who might need an extra daily dose of jolly from now through Christmas Day!

The Santa Tracker
The official North Pole Santa Tracker helps families follow Santa’s journey to their homes! Starting on December 1, visit this site for a full month of fun and an opportunity to control Santa’s Christmas tree! Families can also enjoy commercial-free holiday tunes via the North Pole Radio!


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