Receive 12 Calls From Santa


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offers riddles, jokes and problem-solving queries that your child will love to share with everyone! Santa, Mrs. Claus or the Magical Elves will fascinate your child with their wondrous tales of the lively happenings of Santa’s Home & Toy Workshop.

Kids LOVE to hear the daily messages from Santa. It is a perfect gift to light up kids’ hearts during the 12 days of Christmas. Parents, grandparents, aunts & uncles, babysitters and nannies, please note that calls can come to any phone, at any time and are voice-mail friendly. In fact, are animated, professionally recorded stories that are best received by children as a telephone message. The real gift of is the opportunity to spend time all together as a family to celebrate the heart and spirit of Christmas.

Sample Story Lines

  • Snow Play Magic — Elves build a Santa snowman that Santa brings to life with his hat.

  • Light the Way for Santa’s Reindeer — Is it fair that the same reindeer leads Santa's sleigh every Christmas? Listeners are asked to decorate their homes so that way Santa can be guided by their festive lights.

    Watch your child’s face    
    light up in delight!        

    "Getting a Santa call is the highlight of our son's day! His call comes right before bed time and he goes to sleep with thoughts of elves and the North Pole dancing in his head. If only grown-ups could also capture the joy and magic of the holidays in a phone call..."
    ~ Chris Stevens, Toronto, ON

    That way, all reindeer can take turns leading his sleigh.
  • Musical Snow Globe — Elves debate over what Christmas song should be played by the Snow Globe toy. Listeners are encouraged to engage family and friends to help solve the dilemma.

  • The Missing Sleigh Bells — Big mystery: who has Santa’s sleigh bells? In the end, Mrs Claus is revealed; she was adding new red ribbons and bows to Santa’s sleigh bells.

  • Santa’s Jolly Medicine — Mrs. Claus calls
    to let listeners know that Santa is ill. He needs everyone’s jokes and riddles to be healed by laughter. Kids discover that laughter is a powerful medicine.

  • Traditions to Share — Santa shares that reading Christmas stories is a passion. Baking cookies for the Elves to decorate is a household tradition. Listeners are encouraged to talk to their families about creating Christmas family traditions.

Experience Christmas as your child knows it: share the belief and enjoy the heart warming memories that Santa’s stories bring to one and all.

Santa’s stories and North Pole adventures create opportunities to share treasured moments together. Start a new family tradition!

Your Gift Gives
to Others

In addition to bringing the magical realm of Christmas stories to children, the intention of the initiative is to support:
$5 from your subscription goes to the Make-A-Wish® charity which grants wishes to children with life threatening medical conditions.


Our exclusive call on command technology works:

  • on any phone
  • at the time you choose
  • for the 12 days of Christmas (Dec 14-25)