It's a Christmas tradition that never seems to grow old! It's time for girls and boys all over the world to put all of their Christmas hopes and dreams into a letter for Santa Clause. Wouldn't it be fun, though, for your child or grandchild to get a letter back from the North Pole? It can happen! Follow the link to find out how.

It's pretty safe to say that Santa receives hundreds of thousands of letters from children all over the world each year. How fun it would be, though, for a child in your life to receive a letter from Santa! You can make it happen this year. Write your child a letter, then sign it "from Santa". Insert the letter into an envelope addressed to the child with the return address: Santa, North Pole and make sure it's stamped for First Class postage (standard 45 cent stamp). Place that envelope into a larger envelope with the correct postage and address it to:

North Pole Postmark
Postmaster
4141 Postmark Drive
Anchorage AK 99530-9998

The deadline for your letter to Santa is December 10. Postal employees, I mean elves, will do the rest! Your letter, written "from Santa" will be postmarked from the North Pole and mailed back to your child.