2017 Elf on the Shelf Calendar

Anyone else find it hard to come up with Elf on the Shelf ideas every day? Well... I have you covered with a full month of Elf on the Shelf ideas and FREE printable props and notes. I put everything in a simple calendar (below), and I have included helpfullinks to all the info you'll need to make this month magical.


To print the calendar: right click on the picture above, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 8X10 photo.

And, here are the details you'll need to complete each of the items outlined on the calendar.

Before the elf arrives - Santa sends a letter letting the kids know that the Elf is coming soon.


Then...

December 1 - Elf on the Shelf brings a "Welcome Breakfast".


December 2 - The Elf on the Shelf wraps books and movies for a countdown to Christmas.


December 3 - Elf on the Shelf gets his own key.


December 4 - Elf on the Shelf draws a self portrait or builds an Igloo.



December 5 - Elf on the Shelf brings donuts.


December 6 - Elf on the Shelf hides in the light fixture (far away from the bulb that could burn him/her) or he covers all the family photos with pictures of himself.



December 7 - Elf on the shelf brings a candy cane scavenger hunt.


December 8 - Elf on the Shelf hides in a Christmas wreath.


December 9 - Elf on the Shelf brings a gingerbread house for the kids to build and decorate.


December 10 - Elf on the Shelf brings hot chocolate from the North Pole.


December 11 - Elf on the Shelf takes a nap in a kleenex box.


December 12 - Elf on the Shelf brings "Elf Kisses" or he could build his own Elf on the Shelf Kissing Booth.



December 13 - Elf on the Shelf plays with blocks or Star Wars toys.



December 14 - Elf on the Shelf brings "North Pole Treats".


Or he could host his own Elf on the Shelf bake sale for charity.


December 15 - Elf on the Shelf builds a chair out of LEGO.


December 16 - Elf on the Shelf brings supplies to decorate "sugar cone trees".


December 17 - Elf on the Shelf brings a letter from Santa.


December 18 - Elf on the Shelf takes a marshmallow bath.


December 19 - Elf on the Shelf makes snowman donuts from mini donuts, mini chocolate chips, and candy corn.


December 20 - Elf on the Shelf hides in the Christmas tree.


December 21 - Elf on the Shelf hangs from the cupboard doors.


December 22 - Elf on the Shelf brings a Christmas movie.


December 23 - Elf on the Shelf builds a snowman out of marshmallows, and brings a tiny note answering questions the kids have been asking about him.


December 24 - Elf on the Shelf brings magic "Elf Seeds".


December 25 - Elf on the Shelf leaves a good bye note and a special movie.


Or he can write a goodbye message with spray snow.


I hope you try some of these ideas with your little ones, and you if you have some other fun ideas, I'd love to hear about them.  Feel free to share some of your Elf on the Shelf adventures in the comments below.

♥ 
Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)

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