I remember as a kid how much fun we would have on Christmas Eve. We would watch Christmas Specials and have the radio on in the background so that we could keep track of Santa Clause as he got closer to our area.

It was one of the greatest parts of being a kid, waiting up all night to try and catch a glimpse of him. If you are planning on tracking Santa with your children on Christmas Eve here is how you can do it:

NORAD is probably the most popular way to track The Big Man. They have done it every year on Christmas Eve since 1955. You can usually hear the reports over the radio or during weather up dates on the Television.

You may also use Goggle Santa Tracker powered by Google Maps. With this site you can track Santa s progress and at the same time learn about some of the stops along the way.