Today we have a huge list of Elf on the Shelf ideas! If this little guy makes a visit to your house every December, you may have started to run out of fun things to do with him. That’s OK — we’ve got plenty!
Here’s our growing list of Elf on The Shelf ideas. If you have some to share, add them to the list below!
50+ Elf on the Shelf Ideas
Did your elf forget to move? Make sure you have these free printable excuses so you can grab one quickly.
Let your elf soak in a marshmallow bubble bath! Just place your elf in a pretend kitchen sink or bowl and fill it up with marshmallows. From Play Dr. Mom.
These coloring pages are the perfect size for your elf! The set comes with a kid-sized printable and one for your elf to color.
Here is a huge Elf on the Shelf printable pack set including lacing cards, cutting practice, tracing and more. From 3Dinosaurs.
Since your elf is coming to stay for a while, why not make him a care package? He might need some snacks or reading materials! From A Mom With A Lesson Plan.
Oops, elf missed the potty! This is such a funny idea using chocolate chips. From Clumsy Crafter.
Place googley eyes on food in your fridge as well as on your elf for this funny idea. From Dirty Diaper Laundry.
Have your elf spell out I love you in Legos! From Piggies and Paws.
Print this free letter from Santa and let your kids plant magic seeds (chocolate chips), wait a night or two and cookies will appear! From Living Locurto.
Go sledding! Easily make your elf a cardboard sled and ramp. From My Mommy Style.
A little string is all you need to have your elf go mountain climbing up the kitchen cabinets! From Frugal Coupon Living.
Let your elf host a concert for all of your tiny figurines. So cute! From Balancing Home.
Have your elf take a little nap in the tissue box for a comfy rest. From Gavin Hay Photography.
Surprise your kids with a gift from the North Pole with fun holiday movies and books. From Katherine Marie.
Set your elf up to do the YMCA with three other toys like Barbies. From Clearly Candace.
Here are the rest of the Elf on the Shelf ideas. You can even add your own! By linking up, you give other blogs permission to link back to your site and use one photo in a roundup post. Family friendly links only, please.