Santa trackers can help make Christmas Eve that little bit more magical for your children. Tracking Santa’s whereabouts will boost your kid’s excitement, but it will also encourage them to go to bed early because they’ll spot Santa on his way to your hometown.

 

There are many Santa trackers you can use, including Google’s Santa Tracker, which has been a firm family favourite for the past 13 years. You can follow Santa on his travels around the world by using the Google Santa Tracker.

 

 

The NORAD tracker is another great way to keep an eye on Santa as he delivers presents to children all around the world, from Sydney to Cork and from London to Chicago.

 

Your kids will love this interactive tracker which helps locate the man himself. The NORAD tracker even features festive tunes and games that will keep your little ones entertained for hours.

 

 

One new app also gives children the chance to chat with Santa’s elves. ElfMail is a magical mobile app used by Santa’s very own Elves in the North Pole to send messages to children all over the world! Every Elf in Santa’s workshop is given a special child to watch over in the run-up to Christmas.

 

ElfMail is now available for both Apple and Android users. Make Elf Mail a fun new Christmas tradition for you and your family by downloading it for free from both Android and IOS App stores. 

 

 

Make sure you keep a very close eye out for Santa Clause on December 24! 

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