“How does Santa Claus visit children all over the world in just one night?”
“Is there really a naughty or nice list?”
“We don’t have a chimney. How will Santa get in?”
“Is the mall Santa the REAL Santa?”
“Can I talk to Santa right now?”
… Santa Has ALL the Answers!
Santa gives gifts to encourage us to be selflessly generous to one another – without asking for thanks or recognition.
Santa has a big sack to carry all of the toys he delivers to all of the children in the world – in one night. The sack is actually bigger on the inside than it is on the outside.
Santa’s reindeers names’ are Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner (sometimes called Donder or Dunder by her family), Blitzen and, finally, Rudolph. Blitzen tried the name Blixem for a short while, but didn’t like having to spell it to others. If the subject is ever brought up, Blitzen will explain that it was just a phase and change the subject.
Santa comes every year on Christmas Eve. He arrives at your home shortly after you’ve started dreaming, so, get to sleep quickly so Santa can stay on his schedule.
Slowly. Inch by inch. Fast descents are not desirable.
Santa loves both cold chocolate milk and hot cocoa, but he prefers plain chilled milk with his cookies.
About this tall.
Papá Noel and San Nicolás are both acceptable. In many Latin American countries, Santa Clós or Santa Cló works just fine.
Traditionally, Santa comes down the chimney, but that entrance always leaves his suit dirty from the chimney soot. Lately, he’s started using a magic key that lets him enter your home, but it only works on Christmas Eve.
Santa is a little fuzzy on the actual date of his birthday, but Santa Claus’s birthday is often reported to be the 15th of March. If you ask, you may get a roundabout answer since he’s not used to having a fuss made about him.
Catherine Claus, but Santa, and her friends, call her Katie.
Katie Claus is younger than Santa Claus, but older than you and I. And that’s all she’ll say on that topic.
No, but the adults in your life sure can.
Santa doesn’t like cookies – Santa LOVES cookies. He keeps cookies next to him while he works at the North Pole. His favorite cookie is a Snickerdoodle. He loves Snickerdoodles because they don’t make a mess on his white gloves. And the word Snickerdoodle is just fun to say!
If you LOVE cookies, check out our Cookie recipes on our blog and experience Christmas cookies from around the world!
The only time zone at the North Pole is Christmas Time. Christmas Time is different from all of the other time zones, so it works in it’s own way and allows Santa Claus to deliver presents in just one night.
Because Santa, like your Mom, really loves a good sale on Christmas wrapping paper
It might or might not be the REAL Santa as he tries to get out and meet as many children as possible. It could be one of Santa’s helpers who helps out when things get busy. Rest assured, they will share your Christmas wishes to Santa Claus directly.
Traditionally, Santa comes down the chimney, but the chimney would always get his red suit dirty from the soot. Lately, he’s started using a magic key that lets him enter your home, but it only works on Christmas Eve. The magic key is still in beta mode, so be sure to put out the fire in the fireplace before going to sleep.
These are just a few of the questions we’ve received over the years. And now we’re inviting you to ask Santa a question online. Ask Santa anything! Well, almost anything.
This holiday season, submit your festive Santa-related question directly to Santa Claus using the form on this page (one question per submission). You will be notified when Santa answers your question!
A few lucky submitters may have their questions featured in our online videos, and Santa will give a shout-out to the first submitter with his thanks.
When submitting questions, include your contact information so we can give appropriate credit. Also, your questions may be edited for content and/or length.
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