I shared with you in my Elf on the Shelf Cards with a twist post that I have never done Elf on the Shelf with my kids. They were all grown up by the time Elves were popular. I created the cards to help ease the workload for my daughter, Adriane, and daughter-in-law, Marcy. This Friday I get the opportunity to do my first Elf on the Shelf visit. Jack (my grand-kids elf) will be coming to visit and I’m in charge. I thought it would be fun to print a letter from Jack review the rules of Jack’s visit 🙂 I created a Printable Elf on the Shelf Welcome Letter to do this.
I have a copy of the Elf on the Shelf Welcome letter so that you can print and personalize for your kids as well.
You can download the Printable Elf on the Shelf Welcome Letter Here.
To help you surprise your kids every day I have some Elf on a Shelf activity cards to share with you. You can find those cards here. They are designed to ease the stress for you as a mom. It is also designed to provide some service projects for your kids to encourage helping others.
This Elf on the Shelf Printable is perfect to display for the kids to remind them to be good & obey.
You can also grab this Elf on the Shelf idea page to help you organize your month. It can be found in my Buffalo Check Planner here.
Do you do Elf on the Shelf with your kids??