Hi creative friends,
The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching, and it’s time to get into the holiday spirit…. I hope you are following along with my 14th Annual Simply Christmas event.
I’m thrilled to bring you a delightful project to add a sprinkle of enchantment to your celebrations.
Are you ready for a festive adventure that’ll make this Christmas extra special for your little ones?
Well, you’re in for a treat because today, I’m sharing with you my free printable, ‘Naughty or Nice Official Elf Report’!
The Naughty or Nice Official Elf Report
In the lead-up to Christmas, when kids’ excitement levels are soaring, parents often seek creative ways to encourage good behavior.
That’s where this adorable Elf Report comes into play.
It’s the perfect tool to help Santa’s little helpers keep an eye on your children and provide them with daily feedback.
Elves are known for their mischievous ways and their close relationship with Santa Claus.
But did you know that they also take on the role of Santa’s secret agents to ensure that children are on their best behavior? Well, they do, and they do it with great enthusiasm!
The ‘Naughty or Nice Official Elf Report’ is a fantastic way to engage children in the excitement and anticipation of Christmas.
Simply print out the report and have it ready for your little one to find each morning.
PIN it for later
Download the ‘Naughty or Nice’ Elf Report
The Naughty or Nice Elf report is available in two sizes; Letter (USA & Canada) and in A4 paper size.
Click here –> to download the Letter paper size PDF.
Click here –> to download the A4 paper size PDF.
How to Use the Elf Report
Using the Elf Report is as easy as pie. Here’s how you can incorporate it into your holiday traditions:
1. Introduce Your Elf
Begin by introducing your Elf to the family. Give them a name and let your child know that their Elf is here to help Santa make sure they’re on the ‘Nice’ list.
2. Print and Customize
Download and print the ‘Naughty or Nice Official Elf Report.’ You can even let your child personalize it with their name and some holiday doodles.
3. Hang It Up
Place the report somewhere visible, like the fridge or a bulletin board. Each day, your Elf will update the report to let your child know if they’ve been naughty or nice.
4. Elf’s Daily Updates
Encourage your child to check the report daily. If they’ve been good, the Elf can leave a small treat or note of encouragement. If they’ve been naughty, the Elf might suggest ways to improve their behavior.
5. Build Anticipation
As Christmas approaches, the Elf can leave little surprises, like festive stickers or tiny gifts, to keep the excitement alive.
The ‘Naughty or Nice Official Elf Report’ isn’t just about keeping children on their best behavior; it’s also about creating magical memories.
The daily check-ins from their Elf friend will have kids eagerly awaiting their updates, making the countdown to Christmas even more thrilling.
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