Letters From Santa For Your Kids

Do your children write letters to Santa? You can get a North Pole cancellation on a letter sent back to your children. After your child writes their letter to Santa, you write a letter back to your child from Santa (or have a family member write it if your child will recognize your writing). You place your Santa's response letter in a stamped envelope with your child's name and address. In the return address at the top left corner, write The North Pole, AK. Place this letter into a larger, properly stamped envelope and mail it first class to:

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North Pole Christmas Cancellation
Postmaster
5400 Mail Trail
Fairbanks, AK 99709-9998

By Paula from Christmas, MI

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December 1, 20060 found this helpful

Sounds great! You may also check with your local postoffice. Ours has volunteers who write return letters and mail them back to the kids! It really is great. Especially, since the writing not only doesn't look familiar, it isn't worded like you would write! Our postman (rural route) is always a very jolly guy and loves hand delivering the Santa letters directly to the kids.

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