- Step 1: List good and bad deeds Divide your paper into "Good" and "Bad" columns. Then try to list everything you've done this year.
- Step 2: See where you stand Now you can see where you stand with Santa at a glance: If the "Bad" column is longer than the good, you need to get to work.
- Step 3: Write down parents' requests On another sheet of paper, write down all of the things your parents are always asking you to do, like clean your room or finish your homework.
- Step 4: Count days until Christmas Get a calendar and count how many days there are between now and Christmas to figure out how much time you have left to impress Santa.
- TIP: Write down parents' requests Santa rewards children that are good all through the year, so it's important to keep your good behavior going after Christmas.
- Step 5: Put plan into action Start putting your plan into action. From the time you get up until the time you go to bed, mind your parents and teachers and do whatever you can think of to help out.
- TIP: Write down parents' requests If you really want to impress Santa, have everything you need for school ready the night before. This saves your parents a lot of hassles.
- Step 6: Leave milk, cookies, & carrots When Christmas Eve arrives, leave some milk and cookies for Santa, and put some carrots out for the reindeer. Remember, they have a long night ahead of them.
- Step 7: Go to bed Go to bed, knowing you have done all you could to get onto Santa's good list. Merry Christmas!
- FACT: Even though the hottest the North Pole ever gets is around the freezing point, it’s actually a much warmer place than the South Pole.
- FACT: Write down parents' requests Even though the hottest the North Pole ever gets is around the freezing point, it's actually a much warmer place than the South Pole.
You Will Need
- Paper and a pencil