Christmas Elf

Start making memories with the Christmas Elf Tradition. Here's what to do...


Elf arrives in December: Your elf arrives in December with his passport, behaviour records and a letter from Santa. The letter explains that the elf has come to make sure that the children of the house are behaving and keep them on track to get presents from Santa.
Elf is watching: Children colour stars on their Good Behaviour Chart – the better their behaviour, the bigger the star. However, to make this all part of the fun, Little Elf sometimes is a little naughty and the children have to report on this too.
Elf Antics & Mischief: At night, Mum arranges ‘elf antics’. There are plenty of ideas for elf antics included – hanging underwear on the Christmas tree, unravelling the toilet paper, turning the milk green, drinking Daddy’s beer etc.
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