Once upon a time, in a small village nestled in the snowy mountains, the villagers had an idea. They wanted to surprise Santa Claus and his reindeer on Christmas Eve.
The village was full of excitement as they prepared for the special night. The children made handmade gifts and wrapped them in colorful paper, while the adults baked cookies and set out a big bowl of carrots for the reindeer.
On Christmas Eve, the villagers left their gifts on the edge of the forest where they knew Santa Claus and his reindeer would pass by. They waited eagerly, peeking out of their windows to catch a glimpse of the jolly man in red.
Finally, they saw him! Santa Claus was riding his sleigh, pulled by his team of reindeer. He was so surprised when he saw the gifts that he couldn’t believe his eyes. He had never received gifts from anyone before, and he was touched by the village’s kindness.
Santa Claus smiled and thanked the villagers for their thoughtfulness. He and his reindeer enjoyed the cookies and carrots, and Santa made sure to deliver the children’s handmade gifts to all the good boys and girls in the village.
The villagers were thrilled to have made Santa Claus so happy, and they knew that they would always remember the special night when they surprised him. From that day on, the tradition continued, and every Christmas Eve, the villagers would leave gifts for Santa and his reindeer to show their appreciation for the joy he brings to their lives.