I have never been a fan of moving creepy little elves around my house, but I wanted so badly to start a Christmas tradition with my two year old daughter Kinsley. When I stumbled upon the  Official Elf Kits from the North Pole Kids Club, I knew it would be a perfect new tradition for us! Official Elf Kids are personalizable and I was able to choose from a single pack for one child, or a double pack for two children. I was also able to choose from a pink or green hat. I was also able to enter my daughter’s name on the packaging slip (Special Delivery For Kinsley) and list the name of the person giving the kit (I left it blank so I could say it was from Santa).PicMonkey Collage.jpg

The Official Elf Kit (Single Pack) comes with a comfy elf hat (color of  your choice), a magical Santa key (so that Santa can get into houses without chimneys), a letter from Santa, a 64-page Official Elf Handbook, a 16-page elf activity book, an Official Elf certificate, and a North Pole Kids’ Club membership card.  The double pack Official Elf Kits come with two hats (colors of your choice), one key,  one letter from Santa, one Official Elf Handbook, two activity books,two Official Elf certificates, and two North Pole Kids’ Club membership cards.PicMonkey Collage.jpg

Although it is recommended for ages 4+, my two year old had no issues grasping the concept. The goal of The Official Elf Kit, is to earn your place as one of Santa’s magical elves by completely filling up the elf meter in the activity book. To start, you have to read the Official Elf Handbook where you learn about a special elf named Finley.  After reading the Finley’s Christmas Adventure story, my daughter has until Christmas to earn her Official Elf Hat by completing activities in the handbook. Activities are separated into categories such as Be Helpful & Nice, Family Time, Recipes, Arts & Crafts, Entertain, and Christmas Traditions. Once my daughter completes some of the tasks (we decide which ones are the best for our family), she can start filling her elf meter! PicMonkey Collage.jpg

On Christmas Eve, it will be Kinsley’s job to prepare the house for Santa’s visit. Since opening the box and learning about her Official Elf tasks, Kinsley has been running around the house trying to complete tasks. She even cleaned her room without me asking! I didn’t order this as a coy to get my daughter to be well behaved for the Holidays. I ordered this because I wanted to give my daughter something to look forward to each year. Something that she and I are able to do together. So far, Kinsley is genuinely enjoying helping out around the house as one of Santa’s helpers! picmonkey-collage

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