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Link Up Your Favorite Elf On The Shelf Ideas!
Shhh here is a super secret list of Christmas elf activities. via Play Mom
Elves love to make snow angels with flour! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Are you already feeling uninspired by week one? Check out these elf on the shelf ideas for week one! via Mommy Evolution
Make an elf swing! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Here’s a fun collection of one elf’s adventures, to inspire and delight! via Play Mom
Have your elves hide in the stockings! via The Fantastic Five
Such a thoughtful elf to get coffee ready for mom and dad! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Check out this fun elf arrival idea. via 3 Dinosaurs
We know you’re busy! Here are some easy elf ideas. via Crystal & Co.
Your child’s elf can remind them to brush! via The Train Driver’s Wife
When the elves attempt to make breakfast for the kids, they wind up making snow angels (and a silly mess) instead! via 2+1+Me
Nurse elf, reporting for duty! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Here are 12 fun and easy elf ideas for when you are short on time! via The Resourceful Mama
Your little ones will get a kick out of this elf tea party! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Have your elf TP their doorway for guaranteed giggles. via 2+1+Me
Elves are a gift–and they know it! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Your kids can help the elf grow candy canes in marshmallow snow! via Play Mom
So many cute elf ideas! via My Bright Firefly
Since it’s one of the elves’ major food groups, your elf can guard the maple syrup. For another cute idea, put a silly straw in the syrup bottle, and sit your elf down right next to it! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Elves miss the cold weather in the North Pole, so have your elf hang out in the fridge! via The Train Driver’s Wife
Your elf can shear a lamb for wool for an ugly Christmas sweater. via The Train Driver’s Wife
Kids really love it when their elf gets into mischief! via Mommy Evolution
Elf on the Shelf Printables
This elf on the shelf planning calendar will help keep you organized! Pro tip: fill this out in November, and make note of any “props’ you might need, so that you can hit the ground running in December! via The Resourceful Mama
Here is another calendar that will help you plan your elf’s hijinx! via Mama Cheaps
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