Christmas Elf Blog

Your December to do list – free printable for advent activity ideas

Written by Sarah Greenwell | 2020-09-08
There’s an activity for every day of advent, from baking Christmas cookies, to visiting Santa Claus to snuggling up with a Christmas story.

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Reward good behaviour with our free Christmas certificates!

Written by Sarah Greenwell | 2020-09-08
Our Christmas Elves might get up to some mischief from time to time, but what they really love is good behaviour. Reward your little ones for their acts of kindness with our free Christmas certificates! They’re perfect for encouraging good deeds throughout the whole of December and are sure to get you on Santa’s Nice List.

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Christmas crafts - download our free Elf finger puppet printable

Written by Sarah Greenwell | 2020-09-08
When it's dark and miserable outside, nothing cheers us up more than sitting down with the little ones for a good old session of Christmas crafting!

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The health benefits of imaginative and creative play; why creative toys are so important to child development

Written by Sarah Greenwell | 2018-09-01

It’s common knowledge that children learn through play, but did you realise just how important creative play is for the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of your little one? Find out how creative toys that foster imaginative play like our Christmas Elf could actively help your child’s development.

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Pip McJingles is back! More North Pole magic and mayhem with 2 new sets of Advent Letters

Written by Sarah Greenwell | 2018-06-15

Our first edition Advent Letters in 2017 proved to be a massive hit with Elf fans of all ages. Now, new for Christmas 2018, Pip McJingles’ second instalment of North Pole news comes in two versions – a shorter, simpler read with Pre-School Advent Letters or our standard full-length Advent Letters!

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