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Elf on the Shelf Ideas

Mary Ellen Vanaken

Mary Ellen was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City...

Mary Ellen was born and raised in Long Island, New York. After graduating from college, she worked on Wall Street for JP Morgan in New York City...

Dec 12 2 minutes read

Elf on the Shelf Ideas

If you are new to "Elf on the Shelf"  and are considering joining in on this fun activity for your kids, let us explain how it works, the rules, and provide you with a few ideas for the season.

First, your family will adopt a Scout Elf, who has the important job of being Santa's eyes and ears during the busy Christmas season. The Elf heads back to the North Pole each night to report on the children's behavior, then returns in the morning where he will perch in a new spot in the home.  

The simple rules to tell your children include: 
1. The most important - do NOT touch your Elf or they will lose their magic. 
2. Elves can NOT talk, but they are great listeners.
3. Elves must return to the North Pole on Christmas Eve to help Santa prepare for the next Christmas. 

Now the fun comes. The Elves like to have fun and some are a little bit crazy. Children love to wake each day to see what their Elf has been up to the night before. Below are some ideas to help you make your Elf's holiday spirit shine for your kids:
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