Christmas Eve is finally here and many children - and adults - will be eagerly awaiting their visit from Father Christmas. The night before Christmas is a magical time, filled with excitement and tradition.
From writing your Christmas list for Santa Claus, to leaving out some drinks and snacks for him and his reindeer - there is plenty of prep that goes into Christmas Eve. But not as much prep as the Big Man himself has had to make, getting ready to make his worldly deliveries, all in just 24 hours.
Before tomorrow is out, Father Christmas will have delivered a present to households across the globe - and you can track him on his journey! The Norad Santa Tracker will tell you exactly where the Man in Red is. He could be anywhere in the world and you can track him right from the comfort of your own home.
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Going live at around 9am tomorrow morning (December 24), the tracker will show you where in the world Santa and his reindeer are as they busy themselves making their deliveries. And, for those children who are eager to get into the Christmas spirit already, they can visit the Norad Santa Tracker website and learn all about Santa, his reindeer and where they all live.
The Norad website also has a gift shop and a place to watch some videos about Father Christmas, so it is perfect to keep your children entertained while they wait for the Santa Tracker to go live. At the bottom of the webpage is a music player, to really amp up the festive feeling. And there is even a countdown to when the tracker goes live, so you can track the, er, tracker!
Will you and your children be tracking Father Christmas tomorrow? Let us know in the comments!
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