A New Holiday Tradition: Elf On The Shelf
With everyone’s favorite holiday season approaching its hard not to get into the spirit. Whether it’s setting up the tree with your favorite ornaments, bringing out grandmas recipe book for the best eggnog in the world, or if its the trail of lights that amaze you every time you see it, this is the season to be jolly. If you’re someone who enjoys the holiday festivities, here’s a new holiday tradition to add to your holiday spirits.
What Is Elf On The Shelf?
Elf on a Shelf has flown into thousands of homes over the last decade bringing laughs and good times to all. He also is one of Santas special elves who report back to Santa on who has been naughty or nice. Originating from the book “The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition” tries to fill in the blanks on how Santa Claus actually knows who is naughty or nice by his messenger elves who visit children from November to December. The Elf then returns to the North Pole after Christmas and does not return until the next holiday season comes around.
Since the release of the book, Elf on The Shelf has been adapted to knee hugging Elf dolls that can be found in many homes of young parents. These elves often “fly” around your house to different places watching your child be naughty or nice. Your child will enjoy the fun of finding the elf in all sorts of locations around the house and depending on your creativity the elf can be used in infinite amounts of different ways.
Customizing Your Elf
There are many fun activities you can do with your self and children. The first thing you can do with your elf is naming it. This makes the elf seem more personal with your elf. If you want to add more fun you can even write a backstory on where your elf is from his likes & dislikes as much personalization as you want!
How will your elf decide to act? Will, he is mischevious? Will he try to hide in high places? Does he have a sweet tooth for chocolate? Your elf should have a developed personality. Developing a personality helps define your elf and their activities or trouble he might get himself into each year.
Rules & Registration
There are only two rules to remember when explaining the Elf on a Shelf tradition. The First is, children aren’t allowed to touch the elf or it will fly back to the North Pole. If the child does touch the elf, children can write a letter to Santa who will send the elf back. The second rule is that Elves cannot move when being watched and are very sneaky. Elves can be adopted and registered in order to add the finishing touches at https://www.elfontheshelf.com/content/elf-registry. Once you’re finished come up with new and exciting ideas for your elf each holiday season. When December ends its time for your self to fly back home, but don’t worry he will return next season.
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