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Toddler Christmas Busy Book

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8 Elf Printable Activities Free To Download

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8 Elf Printable Activities To Download For Free

The holidays are just around the corner, which means it’s time to get your Elf set up! If you’re looking for some Elf printable activities for kids, look no further. We’ve got 8 great freebies that will keep your little ones entertained.

If you don’t already know, Elf on the shelf is a popular Christmas tradition in which a small Elf is sent from the North Pole to live in homes to help Santa Claus keep children behaving well. The Elf typically arrives sometime in December and hides around the house each night, often getting into mischief. In the morning, children find the Elf in a new location and write down what he or she has been up to in their Elf journal.

With a little planning and creativity, Elf on the shelf can be a fun and memorable experience for everyone involved.

Plus the planning got even easier with all these printables available to  download instantly over in our printable library for free!

If you’re looking for some more free Christmas printables to use with the kids, you can check them out here

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • 8 Elf Printable Activities (the printable is available for free in the printable library – link below)
  • Printed on 8.5″ x 11″ Letter-Size
  • Includes: 1 PDF files (all printables on one PDF document)
  • High Resolution PDF file, 300 dpi

How to Use the Printable Pack

1.  Elf December Calendar.  Great to keep track on what has happened over the last 24 day of your Elf experience.  

2.  The Department of Elf surveillance printable is a great to incentivize good behaviour throughtout the holiday session and that the elf is always watching.

3.  Label the Elf is great to get some word recognition and also great to let your kids color in their own elves.

4. Elf Application Form is one of my favourites as you can add your very own photo to the printable and have the kids answer the questions.  Great as a keep sake.

5.  Dear Santa Letter  is perfect for when Elf needs a break and is a great writing activity to get your kids thinking about what they want for Christmas.

6.  Elf Secret Message is perfect for one of those calm mornings when you need your elf to watch over the kids while they eat breakfast.

7.  Find the letter E for Elf is a great way for matching and recognizing the letter E.

8.  Elf Adoption Certificate.  No elf activity set is complete without an adoption certificate.  The kids will love this one and will make the whole elf experience even more special.

YOU WILL NEED

  • Elf Printable Activity Set – download below
  • Colour Printer or Visit a Local Print Shop
  • Crayons / Pencils

Once you have downloaded and printed out your activities, you will be pleasantly surprised at how quick and easy and how awesome they turn out and I think your kids will be just as excited to get started with them!

That’s it! Our 8 favourite Elf printable activities for kids! We hope you enjoyed them and that they help make your holiday season a little more merry and bright (and maybe even a little less stressful). Happy holidays!

Looking for the free printable?

The free Christmas printable from this blog post is located in the Ellie Rose Printable Library.  The library is a password protected page for all subscribers.  Not a subscriber?  No problem! Just enter your details below and you will receive a welcome email with the password to log in!

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Hey, y’all! I’m Sam!

Welcome!  I am so glad that you’re here!  I’m a stay at home mom, kids parties fanatic and small business owner. I create free party printable and crafts for you to use at your events or as fun activities with your kids. I’m always planning my next celebration and figuring out how to bring fun into the everyday!