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Elf for all Seasons

Because the elves work hard all year round, Santa is happy to let them return to visit every once in a while. Your elf can always re-join your family throughout the year for birthdays or other special occasions. The elves can act as a good support to your little ones on the first day of school, before a trip to the dentist, or on a day when your child simply needs encouragement.

You can celebrate family events or look up Elf-Events to enjoy with your elf! The elves do, however, need to return to the North Pole to attend Elf School, so they mustn’t stay too long. Our elves come with an extra item of clothing to change into for additional activities with your family.

Any time of year is a good time to enjoy elf moments with your family.

Elf Events

Here are some Elf-Events for your family to celebrate with your Elfriends:

6th Jan – North Pole Celebration Day: This is the last day of the holiday season before the elves are due back at Elf School. The elves love to use this day to spend time with family and friends. You can use this special day to write about all your special Elfriends moments or create a scrapbook to treasure forever.

10th Feb – National Kindness Day: Santa believes in the magic of kindness. Use ideas from the Acts of Kindness list to start a small ripple of kindness. This may turn into a wave that affects hundreds of lives!

17th Apr – Snowflake Day: Celebrate by making paper snowflakes and paper chains to decorate your home! If your elf isn’t with you, take some pictures to show him or her on a later date.

6th Jun – Elfriends Sports Day: This is one of the elves’ favorite days of the year, because it is right after they finish Elf School! Some of their favorite sports include sack races (you can join the race using pillow slips), egg and spoon races, and ice skating.

12th Aug – Northern Lights Celebration: Elfriends love to celebrate the Northern Lights with candy and cakes. Join their celebration and have a party with family and friends!

20th Oct – National Elfriends Day: Everyone can dress up as an elf on this day. Make an elf hat using paper, cello tape, and paint. Write to Santa to invite your elf to join you during the festive season, and your Elfriend should arrive in early December!

15th Dec – National Cup Cake Day: Elves love to bake! Make some cupcakes while the children are in bed, and enjoy the cupcakes together the next day to celebrate National Cup Cake Day!

26th Dec – Candy Cane Day: Because your elf will be back with Santa at the North Pole, use this day to enjoy time with family and friends. Relax, watch a Christmas movie, and enjoy some sweet Christmas treats.

Kindness Elves

We believe in the magic of kindness. People who perform small acts of kindness feel good about themselves because they know they are bringing joy to other people. Our elves inspire children to be kind to others. Your elf can leave an invitation for your child to participate in an Act of Kindness. Here are some suggestions to get you started:

  • Donate toys, books, or clothes to the local charity shop / shelter.
  • Hold the door open for others.
  • Be grateful, and say thank you!
  • Wash a car for a family member, a friend, or even your neighbor.
  • Help with household chores.
  • Plant a tree.
  • Clean up rubbish in your street, school, or park.
  • Collect food for the local food bank.
  • Give someone a compliment.
  • Buy a gift for someone in need.
  • Call someone special to say I love you.
  • Invite a new friend to play.
  • Share a snack with a friend.
  • Bake a cake for someone who is housebound.
  • Pick weeds from the neighbours’ garden.
  • Give lots of hugs.
  • Help carry someone’s bags off the bus.
  • Say good morning to people you see.
  • Put together packs for children’s hospitals or hospices.
  • Put some pennies in a charity jar.
  • Stand up to let your elders have a seat on the bus.
  • Be kind to animals.