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We received an Elf For Christmas, sent from the North Pole the elf will report good behaviour to Santa. He arrived on the 1st December and I understand he will leave on Christmas Eve night. He arrived with a tag around his neck explaining it all!
Having an Elf is a modern tradition. We’ve had an elf for a few years, but this year our new Elf has been a real hit! Having an elf makes the run up to Christmas lots of fun. We have found that our Elf, like many others, likes to get up to mischief! But, I think it’s important to remember that an Elf may have days when he just watches, and doesn’t “do” very much at all.
But, our Elf is also very kind, and most importantly fun! Today he has spent the day driving around the house in a decorative Christmas train – along with a drawing one of the children did of him!
Can the Elf for Christmas help with good behaviour?
The Elf is able to give a warning card if he thinks behaviour could be better, and also congratulate children if their behaviour is good. I really like this, as it does encourage some good behaviour at a time when sometimes we can all be a bit naughty! He even brings a special chart and stickers to help encourage good behaviour or kindness.
An Elf For Christmas comes complete with;
- An Arrival Letter from Santa – explaining why the Elf is visiting.
- Mini Elf Report Cards
- 2 x Letter to Santa Templates
- 2 x Official Nice List Certificates
- Christmas Reward Chart & a Sheet of Elf Stickers
- Beware of the Elf Sign & Santa Please Stop Here Sign
- Departure Letter
- A Thank You Postcard
We were so lucky, as our Elf also came with a Magical Christmas Elf Light up Door! It’s quite a substantial door, and I was rather impressed with it – I think the Elf will use it for many years to come!
He also arrived with a beautiful story book, Elf’s First Adventure Christmas which we love as it is helping us remember to be kind!
If you haven’t got an Elf yet, it’s not too late! An Elf can arrive anytime on the run up to Christmas, it really is great fun – I think we enjoy the Elf staying as much as the children do!