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Are you looking for some fun Christmas elf activities to add to your holiday line-up? Look no further for books, crafts, printables, and more!
I love all things Christmas, and elves are some of my favorite holiday icons. So, I always love to pick a few elf activities for kids to do with my crew throughout the month of December.
Christmas Elf Activities
I’ve rounded up so many fun elf ideas, I had to split them into categories. So, scroll down to find elf crafts, elf books, elf printables, and much more!
Elf Crafts for Kids
Are you looking for a simple but fun new craft to do with your kids this holiday season? This printable elf craft is just what you’re looking for!
This adorable handprint elf craft is perfect for Christmas! It’s so easy that even preschoolers can make them.
Christmas crafts don’t get any easier than this elf craft for kids! With a cardboard tube base and a handful of simple supplies, kids can whip them up fast.
Are you looking for a super simple craft to do with your little ones this Christmas? Check out this simple elf craft that is easy enough for tots and preschoolers.
Elf Books for Kids
Christmas is full of stories about Santa. But what about Santa’s biggest helpers, the elves? If your kids love Elf on the Shelf, then they’ll love these timeless elf picture books!
Printable Elf Activities
Add some elf coloring pages to your elf activities for preschoolers for a creative quiet time activity.
Add these How to Catch an Elf book activities to your preschool reading and literacy centers this holiday season! Kids will love them!
This Christmas, engage your preschoolers with these fun E is for Elf printables. Perfect for early math and literacy skills.
This set of elf color by numbers is a great way to have preschoolers practice number recognition through twelve this Christmas.
These handmade, adorable Christmas finger puppets are perfect for Holiday party favors or any play day!
This Paint-by-Sticker Christmas Art Book includes everything you need to create ten sticker paintings on study card stock. Plus, all the pages are perforated—making it easy to tear out each finished work to frame and share!
That’s it for now! Be sure to check back regularly as this post will be updated often to reflect my newest Christmas Elf activities.
If you are looking for something specific, let me know!