Kids will love these super cute Christmas elf printables. It’s a great way to kick off the holiday season with starting some elf antics and encouraging good behavior. These shelf printables include elf on the shelf notes, free printables like the rewards and the acts of kindness poster.
See tons more Christmas ideas and activities here.
See below for more information on how to set up your elf on the shelf ideas!
Christmas tradition elf notes
Kids are fascinated by elves, perhaps because they have a super fun quirky attitude, have them enjoy these easy elf ideas by adding the elf (you can buy this from any dollar store) to any corner in your house, like he is up to something. There are so many ideas for this!
If you’re looking for some new ideas, I will add them in this post in future for some super fun best elf antics!
Elf craft candy canes
If you haven’t seen this super fun elf craft yet, it’s our favorite this season! It’s a great idea to add to any Christmas season. Have the kids build their own elf in a fun way and also work on their name recognition skills.
You can do these crafts or ideas before Christmas eve or throughout the month of December. I still have my tree hanging till end of January – ha (shhhhh).
Elf letter pdf file
Looking for some super cute little elf notes? You’ve come to the right place.
These elf notes are so much fun at Christmas time, there are even empty templates for you to add your own notes. It’s a perfect way to encourage kids to become more self aware and responsible kids.
This shelf tradition started perhaps years ago, it’s a fun activity that kind of took on its own course.
Older kids and younger children alike, will enjoy this ‘find the elf’ tradition throughout November and December.
You can pick up the free printable elf notes at the bottom of this post.
Christmas build an elf math printable crafts.
Elf new hiding spots
Kids will have a fun time trying to look for the elf in a different place everyday. Here are some ideas for some spots:
- kitchen sink (above the sink holding a scourer)
- under the Christmas tree holding a list
- sitting on the bathroom shelf reading a book
- sunbaking near the window
So MANY more.
These elf activities will sure bring Christmas cheer to your home this year, or even ignite some super fun Christmas elf tradition.
Fun little elf printable letters
The elf on the shelf is a children’s book that was written by Carol Aebersold and Chanda Bell. It was published in September 2003. The story is about a family who adopts an elf to keep their children company at night.
The elf is placed on the shelf, and each night he moves from one house to the other without being seen by anyone but the children.
The elf on the shelf is a tradition that originated in North America. It is a Christmas decoration that is typically made to look like a doll or toy elf.
The elf would be placed in an inconspicuous spot and would move around to different locations each night, such as under the Christmas tree, in the fireplace, or on top of a shelf.
The idea behind this tradition is that children are told that if they behave they will receive gifts from the elf.
Use the printable notes to add anything you would like your children to notice, you can write these on the empty notes.
Get ready for shelf season with these super fun elf notes for children of all ages!
Elf on the Shelf Notes
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