With these elf books for kindergarten readers, you’ll have many options for books that will get your kiddos in the holiday spirit.
Homeschool moms, have you ever wondered what kind of books are good for kindergarteners to read during the winter holidays?
Elves are always a popular topic around Christmas time, so I’ve put together a list of elf-themed books that your kindergartner is sure to enjoy!
From classic stories to newer tales, there’s something for everyone on this list. So be sure to check it out and add some of these titles to your reading rotation this holiday season!
Elf Books for Kids
One of the key elements that make an elf-themed book appropriate for young learners is the use of simple language.
When reading with your child, look for books that use simple words and sentences. This will help your child understand the story better and also build their vocabulary.
Another key element is age-appropriate illustrations. Look for books that have illustrations that are appropriate for your child’s age group. The illustrations should be bright and colorful, and they should help tell the story.
Finally, look for books that have a moral or lesson to them. Elf-themed books are a great way to teach your child about important life lessons such as being kind, helping others, and being grateful.
Look for books that have a positive message and that will teach your child something new.
Elf Activities for Kids
If you are incorporating elves into your homeschool lessons this holiday season, grab these fun resources!
• Buddy the Elf Scavenger Hunt
• Elf Popsicle Stick Craft from Simple Everyday Mom
• Elf on the Shelf Playing Cards from 3 Boys and a Dog
Elf Books for Kindergarten
Are you looking for some great elf-themed books to read with your young learner? If so, then you're in luck!
There are a number of excellent children's books that can help your little one learn all about these magical creatures.
Here are just a few of our favorites.
It's Christmas Eve and an elf is on the loose… in YOUR house! Do you have what it takes to catch him?
Follow along in this fun holiday story as a mischievous elf causes chaos Christmas Eve!
Filled with zany traps, vibrant illustrations, STEAM concepts, and even Santa Claus himself, this Christmas picture book for kids is guaranteed to become a new holiday tradition!
Nina doesn't finish the teddy bear she's making in time for it to get loaded onto Santa's sleigh but, encouraged by Santa Claus himself to not give up, she works far into the night.
While Santa is out delivering presents, a baby is born. Santa comes back for Nina's bear-and guess who he takes along to deliver it?
Do you have what it takes to make Santa's Nice List? An elf is here to test you in this participatory read-aloud.
Don't let the elf trick you into being naughty! Just follow his instructions to sing a Christmas carol, clap, BURP... Hey, wait a second!
Children will be delighted to join in on the holiday fun.
Buddy the Elf has more Christmas spirit than anyone, but he’s never quite fit in with the other elves at the North Pole.
Then Buddy learns that he’s really a human—and his father is on the Naughty List!
Determined to bring his dad some holiday cheer, he sets out for New York City.
But when Santa encounters disaster on Christmas Eve, can Buddy count on his new family to help him save the day?
Oliver may be the littlest elf in the North Pole, but he has a big desire to discover his very special job in Santa's workshop!
But after getting lost in the toy shop, making a mess at the book shop, and falling in the mixing machine at the bakery, is the littlest elf just too little?
Granny has a bedtime story that her grandkids will never forget. When a little girl befriends an Elf in the north pole, the two learn about friendship, standing up for each other, and achieving your dreams.
With a cast of characters including reindeer, elves, and Santa himself, Granny's story seems larger than life. But is it?
Alfie's story is an encouraging and heartwarming journey of perseverance, patience, and a good attitude.
The tale will teach children that even though they may not have the same amount of experience or even the highest skill level as others, they should never give up on a dream or a desire.