"I will honor Christmas in my heart and try to preserve it throughout the year"
Charles Dickens

Technology is not at odds with the most traditional parties and celebrations, but it also allows us to experience the Christmas magic in a more intense and immersive way.

Are you going to write the letter to the Three Wise Men or Santa Claus at home?

If the little ones in the house are already nervous about the visit of their majesties from the East or the bearded lord of Lapland with his reindeer sleigh, your smartphone can be of great help to give a special touch to the wait.

The application market gives you the possibility of downloading apps to make the list of the Three Wise Men or to follow Santa Claus's path in real time. Some even allow you to receive a response.

The ideal could be to combine analog and digital this Christmas: writing the letter by hand is also good for honing the fine motor skills of the little ones, promoting the association of ideas and logical reasoning, activating memory and concentration, enhance creativity or encourage perseverance.

Dive into the following tools that will enliven your children's enthusiasm for Christmas. Thanks to them, they will be able to send the letter over the Internet to Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar or keep track of the route through the skies of Santa Claus and his elves. There are even web pages that will allow children to receive a response from the Three Wise Men to their correspondence.

Download one of these applications and soak it all in Christmas excitement.

The best apps to write a letter to the Three Wise Men or Santa Claus (and even receive a response)

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  • Personalized Letter : This website allows you to write the letter to the Three Wise Men or Santa Claus online in a beautiful format, choosing between contemporary and classic style. You can create the letter very easily and quickly, responding to the form that the Royal Page makes you (if it is to the Kings) or the Alabaster elf (if it is to Santa Claus). You can personalize the letter and you will immediately receive it in your email.
  • Dear Three Wise Men : The website Quieroreyesmagos.org is fantastic for your children to receive a personalized response to the letter of the Three Wise Men , sent from the Far East and written by Melchior, Gaspar and Baltasar. You only have to provide the recipient's information and they will send it to your home by certified mail along with a surprise gift. You will also help other children, since a part of the proceeds will be sent to Children's Villages.
  • Three Wise Men Video Call : Since Three Kings Night is one of the most magical and special moments of the year, this app offers the possibility of receiving a video call from the three Three Wise Men. Their majesties will dedicate their message to the child receiving Christmas gifts , in a modern and original format.
  • Letter to the Three Wise Men : This free application available on Google Play is one of the simplest tools to write the letter to the Three Wise Men online . Write their list of toys with them and enjoy an extra advantage: the little ones will be able to hear how the pages respond to them in a personalized and very special way.
  • Santa Tracker : This fabulous Google tool (with music included) allows you to track Santa Claus and his reindeer online as they leave gifts for children around the world on December 24. Plus, it has plenty of interactive games to play and learn throughout the month. Children will be able to learn programming and web code, discover Christmas traditions from other places in the world, or access games to draw, paint and create with all their favorite characters.
  • Write a Letter to Santa Claus : This Android application has the only drawback being in English, but it is one of the most complete. You can select one of the many themes to customize the appearance of the letter to Santa Claus online, and at the same time, practice this language with them.
Don't miss the special moment of writing the letter for the Three Kings or Santa Claus with your children, and don't forget to save it as a memory for posterity. As Mary Ellen Chase said, “Christmas is not a date; It is a state in the mind.”


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