Legend says that in 1955, a confusion led to children calling CONAD, a predecessor of NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command), asking for updates on Santa̵
To get to Santa’s village, just do a quick Google search for Santa and click on the red hat photo that appears in the results. Or bookmark Santa’s village webpage, whatever you want. Once you arrive you have a lot to do. Obviously, you won’t be able to follow Santa until he leaves on Christmas Eve, but you can check out the village and help with the preparations.
Click on the family guide and you’ll get games like Present Drop, which allow Santa to practice delivering presents in a socially distant way. Or you can dress up as an elf (or your kids as fairies, we suppose). Scroll through the list and you’ll find some fun Christmas themed coding lessons too, you’re never too young or old to learn to code.
Don’t forget to take a selfie with Santa and you might learn about other holiday traditions. Just come back on Christmas Eve to follow Santa’s journey around the world. We get the cookies and milk.