Looking for easy Elf on the Shelf ideas? These Elf on the Shelf printables are just what you need! Printable Elf on the Shelf notes and jokes are fun and easy!
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Elf on the Shelf Printables
Are you looking for some Elf on the Shelf ideas to add to your December calendar? How about some easy ideas? We’ve got you covered with our super fun Elf on the Shelf printables!
Our Elf on the Shelf notes and jokes are perfect for those last-minute mornings when you realized you forgot to move your Elf or when you have too much going on to stage an elaborate Elf scene.
Printable Elf on the Shelf Notes & Jokes
Using our notes and jokes is so easy! All you need is a printer and your scissors, and you’re ready to rock! Here are some of the cute ideas you’ll find:
Special Treat Card
The card reads, “Mrs. Claus sent a special treat from the North Pole. It was so good; I ate one whole.”
Make some homemade cookies or pull out the bag of cookies from the grocery store—we won’t tell!
Your Elf can encourage the kids to clean! This card reads, “Christmas is coming, and this place is a mess. If you help clean it up, I’ll be very impressed.” This is a great way to get the kids involved with cleaning and Christmas prep without a lot of fuss.
Scavenger Hunt Card
The elf has hidden 10 candy canes in your home. Can you find them all?
This card is such a fun way to get kids excited for the Christmas season. After they find all the candy canes, they can enjoy them, crush them up and add them to some vanilla ice cream, bake them into cookies, or hang them on the tree.
If your kids love scavenger hunts, don’t miss our Christmas Light Scavenger Hunt!
Good Deeds Card
You may want to print this card out for your Elf on the Shelf to use a few times; you can never do too many good deeds, especially during the Christmas season.
If you need some inspiration, we have a list of 25 Simple Acts of Kindness to fill the entire December calendar leading up to Christmas.
Everyone can use an extra hug or two around the holidays!
Good Helper Card
Here’s another card for your Elf to encourage good habits by asking the kids to pick up 10 things that don’t belong to them.
Decorate the Tree Card
Elves love festive trees! Encourage the kids to help decorate the family Christmas tree or one of their own! We’ve done a LEGO tree in the past, or you can fill a tree with homemade ornaments like these kid-made Cupcake Ornaments, Scrabble Tile Ornaments, or our cute Grinch Ornaments.
Favorite Book Card
This card reads, “I found your favorite book. Will you read it with me?” Having your children read books aloud to their elves is a creative way to practice reading skills!
Elf on the Shelf Joke Cards
You’ll get 4 cute elf-themed joke cards in the printable. These are fantastic for your child’s lunchbox; it can be an extra little Elf surprise for the day.
Blank Elf on the Shelf Printable Cards
You’ll probably think of a few clever ideas for the kids yourself, so we’ve also included 4 blank cards for you to use as well!
Need more ideas? Try these:
- Find something to do to help your Mom. We elves think helping is lots of fun!
- Call your grandparents and ask them to tell you about their favorite Christmas.
- Make a homemade ornament for the tree today.
- Sing your favorite Christmas song with your family this morning.
- Try one new veggie today to stay healthy and strong!
BONUS! Santa’s Nice List Certificate
Santa’s Nice List Certificate
We’re also including a fun BONUS for you! Your child will be SO excited when the Elf on the Shelf delivers them this Official Santa’s Nice List certificate!
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We hope these ideas make moving and staging your Elf on the Shelf a little easier this year! Don’t forget to pin the post to save it for later!
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