We are Elf crazy over here and our Elf on the Shelf, Kevin, will be making his appearance next weekend! After seeing many people on Facebook posting about how they couldn’t remember where they put their Elf last year, I thought it would be best to locate ours. I’m happy to report that our Elf has been found (tucked away on a high, high shelf) and he’s all set for a new round of antics!
Elf on the Shelf Calendar complete with ideas on where to hide said Elf? Check. (Looking for the 2014 Elf on the Shelf Calendar? You can find it right here!)
Up next? An Elf on the Shelf Journal!
Ethan has been busy with his writing in Kindergarten and I thought the extra practice at home wouldn’t hurt. If you have been through the early writing stages, you know what a struggle it can be. It can be frustrating, for both you and your child. So I thought I would make it fun and hide the fact that we are actually doing a little writing work!
I created our Elf on the Shelf journal so Ethan could document all of the fun places that our Elf was found every morning and to record all of his antics. I thought it would help add even more excitement to our morning routine and also sneak in that pesky writing practice.
ELF ON THE SHELF JOURNAL
Want one for yourself? Just click on the image below or directly load the PDF to print this letter.
The Ultimate Elf on the Shelf Guide
And new for this year, I put together ALL of our Elf on the Shelf ideas in a handy ebook, The Ultimate Elf on the Shelf. It contains all of our Elf antics, Elf ideas, and Elf printables. All in one book! Buy today and be ready for a month of Elf on the Shelf.
As we create new printables this season, the ebook will be updated and you will receive an updated copy! You will also be the first to know about our Elf antics this season.
- 100 Elf on the Shelf Ideas
- 2016 Elf on the Shelf Printable Calendar
- Printable Naughty Warning
- Magical Elf Dust (for when little fingers “accidentally” touch the elf)
- and more!