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If you got a chance to watch Breakfast Television this morning, you saw me on there talking about some great Christmas websites!

If you didn’t see it, here’s the links you missed!!!
You think your Christmas decorations are great? Yeah, so did these people.
Far and away the best websites for Christmas. Great for kids, it also has tons of resources for parents and teachers. Kids can personalize Christmas stories with their names in it, there is a disco santa and you even chat with elfs live! For parents there is the good deed calendar and for teachers, there are tons of games and themed lessons perfect for the time of year.
For those of us that have zero baking ability.
Nordic Santa Tracker Always a must see on Christmas Eve. You can follow Nordic has they track Santa as he travels the world. (great for getting the kids in bed quickly).
Trythat.ca For the person that has everything. This website organizes for you once in a life time experience that are guaranteed to be unique! Pick you province and you can choose anything from dog sledding, rally racing, at home cooking classes, snowmobile tours and whale watching!
We talked about it last year, but this year it is a bit different. Why? Now it is bilingual.

Mike Morrison