Free Elf on the Shelf printable ideas schedules for 25 days of Elf ideas!
Running out of ideas for where to move the Elf every day? Try this free Elf on the Shelf printable list of ideas already planned out for you for the whole month! From Elf’s arrival until he hitches a ride with Santa back to the North Pole on Christmas Eve, the free schedule of ideas will take out the work out of the Elf but leave the fun! Some funny Elf on the Shelf ideas, some silly, some for toddlers, and most are easy, no-prep or little prep ideas for busy moms (and grandmas!).
Elf on the Shelf printables- list of 25 days of Elf on the Shelf ideas with free printable so you never run out of elf ideas!
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So it’s 5 days into December and your Elf on the Shelf has arrived, made flour angels, wrote a funny message on the bathroom mirror, and spelled his name in candy; NOW what?!!!
There is no room for creativity at 1:00 am when you realize you forgot to move the Elf. I’m sure your kids love the Elf so much and are so excited to find him every morning. You want to have this Christmas “magic” for them, but this nightly task on top of everything else you have to do as a Mom can sometimes be the thing that slips through the cracks.
Don’t worry. I got you covered 😉
You can watch your kids enjoy the magic of Elf on the Shelf without driving yourself crazy trying to search Pinterest for Elf ideas at 1:00 am.
25 Days of Elf on the Shelf Ideas
I’ve pulled together a list of 25 Days of Elf on the Shelf ideas. Look over the list, pick any one you feel up to, then check it off the list. There are varying degrees of preparation needed for each (depending on how much time you have that night- you can pick!) but all are pretty simple.
Several ideas leave room for a Christmas activity you can do with your kids. You can choose to do the activity or just pose the Elf when you aren’t up to it. Make it work for you! (This is a great way to check off those Christmas Bucket List items with your kids!)
You can go in order or pick and check off as you go.
There are also a few bonus tips too in case you want to think outside the box or you want an original idea.
Most important of all, have fun with it! Your kids will always remember running down the stairs to search for the elf. And, as always, the “magic” of Christmas is MOM! You make this all happen, Mom!
ALSO INCLUDED – Christmas coloring pages (use them for an Elf idea or just to keep the kids busy while you wrap!)
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If you are worried you might STILL forget to move the ELf, here are 3 simple ways to remind yourself to move the Elf!
Plus, you HAVE to check out the most adorable elf accessories ever! This is also an easy way to use the Elf without a lot of prep!
What could be better than a free printable list of Elf on the Shelf ideas to get you through the month of December with magic and your sanity intact?! Well, maybe if the elves had real magic…
I wonder if my grandchildren will have an elf with real magic… you never know what they will think of next!
In the meantime, you can get more holiday tips here!
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