As we are half way through December, Christmas is just around the corner. For good little girls and boys, that means Santa is coming soon. The magical Scout Elves help Santa manage his naughty and nice lists by taking note of a family’s Christmas adventures, and reporting back to Santa at the North Pole nightly. Each morning, the Scout Elf returns to its family and perches in a new spot, waiting for someone to spot them. Children love to wake up and race around the house looking for their Scout Elf each morning.
Many classrooms have even adopted this new tradition to make sure kids are acting appropriately throughout the day. Overnight, some of these creative elves get into mishap and can really cause a ruckus. Some elves are even put to work on the farm, no one is exempt from farm chores. Here are some of our favorite spots some kiddos have found their Elf on the Shelf.
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But perhaps this one is our favorite. Midway through December can get rough and the elf may just have too much fun one night and break his leg. If that is the case, Santa says rest up!