Christmas is coming and so is Elf On The Shelf. Here is some Elf On The Shelf inspiring ideas to help you plan the month.
My kids are really excited about Elf On The Shelf visiting again this year. He has been visiting our house from the North Pole for the past two years. He isn’t one of Santa’s spy sent to report on naughty behaviour. Eddy is all about inspiring play in our house and helping to count down to Christmas.
Elf on the Shelf Ideas
1. Elf On The Shelf loves to bake. Christmas time is a great time to make some gingerbread. I love this wholefoods gingerbread biscuit recipe by Claire K Creations. These biscuits make great Christmas gift ideas.
2. Elf On The Shelf loves to practice his letters using playdough. This is a really simple no-bake playdough recipe from The Imagination Tree.
3. Elf On The Shelf enjoys helping in the garden. Planting some seasonal vegetables or seedlings in a cup is a simple activity to do with your kids.
4. Elf On The Shelf gets very excited about craft ideas. A Christmas Snow Globe is easy to make. Follow these simple instructions from Martha Stewart.
5. Elf On The Shelf finds mindful colouring really relaxing. Sarah Renae Clark has created these beautiful free Christmas printables.
6. Elf On The Shelf loves to play card games with other people. Here are 6 easy card games to play with your kids from Brisbane Kids.
Using acts of kindness in your advent calendar encourages your child to think about others, be kind and feel happier. This is a great alternative to the chocolate and lollies advent calendar.
If you would like to print and cut out these 24 acts of kindness for your advent calendar then click below.
Join my Simply Happy Mums Facebook group for more ideas to help you get organised and prioritise what’s important.