Memories of Our Elf Memory Book

For the fifth year in a row, my class will be visited by an elf from The North Pole. Having an elf has added to the magic of the holiday season in my classroom. This year we are documenting our elf's arrival, his daily antics, and other happenings in our classroom in a memory book format. My students need so much extra practice with writing, so the pages give them the opportunity to practice writing in a fun way. These pages make a great keepsake for the students and their families to reflect on. 
You can also find posters, bookmarks, passes, treat bag toppers, candy bar wrappers, Magic Reindeer Food printables, We've Been Elfed directions and posters, elf yourself art project, Santa's Nice List, and letters from Santa and your elf. 
Last year Santa included all of the masters for the printables inside the box our elf arrived in, so all I had to do was print what we needed. 
Does an elf visit your classroom? What activities do you do with it in your classroom?
Enjoy the rest of your week! :)


  1. This is the first year I'm implementing the elf in my classroom. I'm looking for ideas! Here's my email to enter your contest,

  2. This pack is fabulous!!! Fingers' crossed

    This would be awesome!

  4. Lobe this pack! Would be wonderful to reinforce those skills in a fun way! My email is

  5. My students asked me to order them an elf. This would be great to go along with my first experience of an elf.

  6. Wow! This pack looks like a party! :o) I have an Elf on the Shelf but have recently read a post about having a Kindness Elf in the I'm tempted to do both! I love both of them!

  7. I would love to have this awesome looking pack. Looks very fun and engaging.

  8. Forgot email


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