So, now that The Elf on the Shelf is a family tradition for so many people, and there are so many Elf on the Shelf Activities to do, I thought I’d offer some fun Elf on the Shelf Printables like an Elf on the Shelf Letter, Free Elf On The Shelf Planner, teeny Tiny Elf on the Shelf Bingo Cards and more fun Elf on the Shelf Printables.
You are going to love this fun twist on the Elf on the Shelf Christmas tradition! Simply print out the free Christmas book list below and have your elf deliver it to your little ones along with a Christmas book on Dec 1. Then every day until Christmas he shows up with another book to read with them at bedtime.
Have your elf on the shelf arrive in a fun postal box with North Pole postage stickers. This fun box can even be used for when your Elf brings surprise gifts before Christmas. Free Printable North Pole postage stamps included!
HoHo Ho it’s the Elf on the Shelf! Yep, it’s that time again. The elf w ill be flying back from the north pole anytime now. This free Elf on the Shelf planner will help you plan for his or her homecoming
If you’re like me and are looking for some new ideas or you need to make Elf time easier for you this year, this round up is just what you need. It includes everything you’ll need from when the Elf arrives to when it’s time to say goodbye.
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