Yes, Virginia, there exists a Santa Claus – as well as the U.S. Postal Service can help you prove it when Santa replies for your child’s letter – including a North Pole postmark.
Allow me to share the steps for your child to get a letter back from Santa:
Have your child write santa letters to child and put it in a envelope addressed to: Santa Claus, North Pole.
Later, when alone, open the envelope and write a customized response.
Insert the response letter into an envelope and address it towards the child.
Add the return address: SANTA, NORTH POLE, towards the envelope.
Affix a First-Class Mail stamp, like a new Holiday Windows stamp, on the envelope.
Position the complete envelope in to a larger envelope – preferably a Priority Mail Flat Rate envelope – with appropriate postage and address it to:
North Pole Postmark
4141 Postmark Drive
Anchorage, AK 99530-9998
“Letters from Santa” needs to be received from the Anchorage, AK, postmaster no later than Dec. 15. Santa’s helpers with the Postal Service will take care of others.
Be sure to share the experience on social media using #LettersFromSanta.
To save paper, write Santa’s response on the back of your child’s letter. In the event you keep these together, your child can also be capable to recall what he or she wrote.
When responding as Santa, create the response as personal as possible by highlighting your child’s accomplishments over the past year, as an example, helping at home, receiving 39dexopky grades in the particular subject in class or engaged in community service activities.
This can be a great activity to do at Thanksgiving that the whole family can take advantage of, including parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and also other caregivers.
The Letters from Santa program boosts the excitement of Christmas and is perfect for interesting youngsters in letter writing, stamps and penmanship.