UPDATED DECEMBER 2012 I am loving our Elf on the Shelf named "Elfie"! Here are some FREE activities I made just to thank you for following my TPT store! *This packet includes an Elf class book. Have the class write letters to the elf. *Small
Here are some super cute Elf on the Shelf writing papers! You can use these writing papers to add a fun writing component to your classroom. I hope you enjoy this paper pack! Be sure check out The Moffatt Girls blog for more educational resources
In the spirit of the holiday season, I am giving this unit to you for free. My only wish is that you will pay it forward and share with another teacher and/or create something yourself and give it away to others. Unit includes: *Writing Journal
Doing "Elf on the Shelf" in your classroom? Need a FREE Elf introduction letter to introduce your new friend to your class? Look no further! Here is a cute elf intro letter that is perfect for introducing your sweet friend to your class. Border:
This is a journal activity you can use along with Elf on the Shelf in your classroom. The students write a story to explain what the elf had been doing the night before. Printable offered in black and white or in color! Graphics from
A fun way to incorporate everyone's favorite elf into your morning routine:) Simply place in a protective sleeve in an already existing morning work folder!! If you love Elf on the Shelf you will definitely love my new Polar Express unit! THREE
Here are some notes I made for our class elf to leave on students desks. They are a reflection of the students behavior the previous day. 3 notes included: - Santa was happy you had a great day - Santa was sad you didn't have a good day - Santa
Looking for a cute way to introduce your classroom or home "Elf on the Shelf" to your kids? Here is an adorable, FREE shipping form that you can tape to the front of your elf package when it is delivered from the North Pole! I have left this in
I'm totally late, but I'm just now jumping on the Elf sleigh! The last five days of school tend to be long ones, so I created a set of short notes for our Elf to leave my kinders each day to encourage them to make good choices. Each note is based
Are you bringing in an elf on the shelf to your classroom? Here's a way to incorporate writing every day with your elf. Your students will love writing about what their elf is doing every day in your class. I hope you and your students enjoy this
Need a way to tie your Elf on the Shelf to the curriculum? Have your students vote on his name and then create a graph. This download includes a link to a free Elf Craftivity to attach to your graphs! Enjoy!
This freebie is a persuasive writing prompt you can use with the Elf on the Shelf in your classroom! Your students will write a letter to your classroom elf to tell him why he should tell Santa to put you on the "nice" list. I pair this writing
I LOVE the idea of Elf on the Shelf, and when I taught third grade they loved it as well! I was struggling on how to get my new class of fifth graders to be as excited about Elf on the Shelf so I came up with the Kindness Elf idea. In this packet
Elf on the Shelf Writing Pages- Adorable pages that will motivate your students to write daily. My students love looking for "Elfie" and writing about his adventures each morning. Hope you enjoy your Elf on the Shelf as much as we do!
This is an editable powerpoint with 4 slides of written notes to students from their Elf on the Shelf to provide encouragement for their hard work or kindness. I left it editable so that you can adjust the name of your elf or add any special
Have an Elf on your classroom bookshelf? Here's a little something to encourage desk cleanliness during the holiday season. I tell you, your students' desks will be spotless with this little note of encouragement and reward. They say, "Great job
Elf on the Shelf Freebie #2! I love my Elf on the Shelf! It is probably my favorite part of the holiday season! Even though our elf does silly things in our classroom, we sill look forward to seeing him everyday! This time "Elfie" brought us
Every year, my classroom has an Elf on the Shelf that comes for the month of December. The Elf always decorates the classroom with red candy canes. I also always have one day when I read the Grinch, by Dr. Seuss. On that day, while the kids are
**UPDATED! There are 2 pages worth of word problems! Credits: Background paper and lines: Clip art: www.mycutegraphics.com Fonts: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Cara-Carroll
Elf on the Shelf Freebie #4 Use with my Notes to the Elf Freebie! Have your Elf respond to all the notes your students write to him/her. These can be written to individual students or the entire class! These pages are editable!!! Enjoy! -Teachin' N
A fun way to incorporate everyone's favorite elf into your morning routine:) Simply place in a protective sleeve in an already existing morning work folder!! This was adapted for grades 3-5. If you have any more suggestions for how this can be
Elf on the Shelf Freebie #5! Use these adorable good-bye letters to send home to the North Pole with your favorite elf! Have your students write a letter to your classroom elf, reindeer pet, or even Santa! I know these letters will help ease the
Use this handy worksheet to help students brainstorm a name for you Elf on the Shelf, and practice their persuasive writing at the same time! If you need a fun activity for your Elf to do, check out my "Christmas Elf Word Problems!" You'll find it
This is a list of 100 possibilities I have complied for Elf mayham! I have searched books, friends, and the internet to find the best ideas! Have fun!
Everything you need for your Classroom Elf is here! Just print & go -- this pack includes: >>Elf Intro Note (Boy & Girl Elf Versions) >>Elf Mischief Planner >>Elf Journal >>Sick Elf Note (Boy & Girl Elf
Elf on the Shelf Freebie #3 Do your students have a lot to tell your Elf on the Self? My student's are constantly asking Elfie for things they want for Christmas or telling him about students that are bothering them. Use these note pages to
Included are: One elf sitting down (Seven different colors), the same elf but in black and white, and a desk and shelf. The elf has a transparent background allowing for it to be added on top of other clipart. Some ideas you can use is putting it
This is a fun way to teach your little elves new vocabulary and reinforce letters with your Elf on the Shelf. 2 welcome letters (1 for a single child & 1 for a classroom) 26 letters with holiday themed corresponding word (3 options for J:
Are you getting ready for your elf to appear in your classroom?? We sure love our little helpers but we also know how much work those little guys can be! I'm getting organized a few days early this year and made a calendar to keep myself on track.
This packet has all you need to create a little holiday magic (and manage behavior) in your classroom this holiday season! What’s Included: I Spy the Elf Daily Journal Question of the Day Letter to Santa Letter from Santa Explaining Elf Name Your
Are you a brave teacher sharing your classroom with an elf on the shelf? Have your students get creative with this writing activity! What would YOU do if you were an elf on the shelf? :)
Allows child to write and draw where the spotted their Elf on the Shelf each day at home or school. Also gives printing practice for days of the week, fine motor and asks children to mark what week of December the log was completed.
Wh questions and present progressive tense verbs are featured in this printable mini book. It's also great articulation practice for S blends. Print out in landscape mode. Cut the book pages in half and sequence them according to page numbers.
The Elf on the Shelf Bundle includes 78 pages of fun filled elf themed worksheets, crafts, activities and party printables. ***One of my favorite bundles so far.*** Pages: 1) Under Elf Surveillance Sign 2) Elf Mischief Planner (calender page) 3)
This cute merry elfmas banner is a cute display to hang up when your elf on the shelf arrives. Just cut out the letter with the cute elf and display them as required.
Adopt a new classroom tradition this holiday season! This fun activity includes ideas for choosing your "alternative elf" as well as a template for tracking your "Location of the Day" and "Tell the Story" to extend the learning! Great for the month
I have done the Elf on the Shelf in my middle school math classroom for the past 3 years and my students LOVE it. I have pre-made 12 days of "warm-ups" that your elf will leave each day for your students.Students love getting into the holiday spirit
This is an original elf on the shelf introduction letter written in Spanish for the CLASSROOM! It explains who the elf is, what he is there for, etc. Also tells not to touch him and says to give him a name! It is a word document so it CAN be
Read the Story "The Elf On The Shelf". Hide the laminated Elf somewhere in your room. Give students a written clue describing where Elf may be. The students are then required to complete writing activity.
Elf Writing **FREEBIE** Has an elf come to visit your kiddos this holiday season?! Use this writing prompt to give them a chance to say what kind of mischief they would get into as an elf!
Elf on the Shelf clip art with both boy and girl elves of two skin tones. .eps and .pdf formats for you! FREE!! Christmas fun! Enjoy the season!
This writing paper will give your students a chance to write to Santa, your classroom elf and to report on his behavior! If you use Elf on Shelf in your classroom, it will be a great way to get your kids writing this holiday season!!!
Need help coming up with ideas for your elf this year? Download this file to get a table of contents of different ideas of what you can do in your classroom. Each day focuses on a different character trait so that we can do good around the school.
If your Elf on the Shelf makes surprise visits, this coloring sheet is perfect for a Halloween Visit. Need a quick and easy writing prompt? Halloween is perfect timing to start making Christmas lists. Hope you enjoy!
Your kids will enjoy writing about what they would do as an Elf on the Shelf! Includes: -Colorful writing prompt -Black and white writing prompt Please leave feedback if you enjoy this freebie and check out the other products in my store!
Students will read targeted kindergarten and first grade sight words that are on a "shelf". Students will then guess and click above one of the sight words to see where the elf is hiding.
A letter from Santa stating that your Elf has brought magic Elf seeds. Our elf is named "Lupe" so please change the name of the elf to suit your classrooms elf! Enjoy!!!