Thanksgiving, Gray Thursday, Black Friday, and Cyber Monday have all come and gone. Next stop Christmas. I've spent a few years accumulating a list of on-line holiday season resources that I only use for these four weeks each year. I've decided to put what I consider the nine best into a list and share them with you. So here's the scoop in no particular order.
NORAD Tracks Santa - North American Aerospace Defense Command (NOARD), has actually been responsible for tracking Santa’s Christmas Eve flight for more than 50 years. Keep track of Santa's yearly trip around in the world in a high tech manner.
Email Santa - A website that is stock full of a wide variety of Christmas activities. The activities appeal to wide variety of user but the most popular component is the link where you can send Santa an email. No email account is necessary. Just fill in the blanks on the email to get a customized email from Santa. Warning - make sure you have the sound turned up because there is some really cute audio.
Snow Line - Help Santa deliver the presents by drawing lines of snow. Watch out as there are a number of twists and turn that Santa must pass through on his route. Also, plan ahead as you only have so much snow to draw lines with. Warning this game is highly addictive to all age levels.