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Santa tracker: 4 sites to try

Want to keep tabs on Santa? These sites will help your family follow the Man in Red.

By Amy Valm

Santa tracker: 4 sites to try

Santa tracker: 4 sites to try

Christmas cheer

Excitement is in the air, and children are counting down the sleeps until Christmas.

Create even more holiday magic by keeping tabs on Santa this holiday season. Here's how.

Santa tracker: 4 sites to tryPhoto: iStockphoto

Personalized video

Delight your child with a personalized video message from Santa. Make the video online or download the app to see Santa's radar and to play additional games.

Watch for Santa here: Portable North Pole>

Santa tracker: 4 sites to tryPhoto: Apple

Reindeer feed

Watch this live video of Santa's reindeer everyday. Santa comes out to feed his four-legged Christmas helpers at three different intervals daily.

Watch for Santa here: Reindeer Cam>

Santa tracker: 4 sites to tryPhoto: iStockphoto

Santa's Live Cam

Get a glimpse of where the magic happens with this 24-hour live feed of Santa's office in the Arctic Circle. It should be noted that sometimes due to heavy traffic, the site has difficulty loading.

Watch for Santa here: Santa Claus Live>

** Parents: There are ads that run at the beginning of the video that are out of our control. Some ads may not be appropriate for young eyes, discretion is advised.

Santa tracker: 4 sites to tryPhoto: Santa Television

NORAD Santa Tracker

A tradition lasting more than a decade, NORAD tracking uses special infrared sensors to pick up on the glow of Rudolf's nose. Special cameras follow Santa and his reindeer on Christmas eve (you can see pictures on the live feed). The site also has a fun FAQ section answering kids' burning questions.

Watch for Santa here: NORAD>

Santa tracker: 4 sites to tryPhoto: iStockphoto

This article was originally published on Dec 01, 2015
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