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Does the Elf on the shelf visit your program? It's that time of year when many educators receive visits from their Elf on the shelf and are starting to plan their shenanigans.
To help keep you organized while planning your happenings-be sure to print your own free copy of my printable 2018 Elf Shenanigans planning calendar. In this file you'll also find a free set of Elf Count & Clip cards for your students and a mini set for your elf as well!
Your students will have fun practicing their counting skills right alongside their elf-with this included set of "Mini Count and Clip" cards.
Below you can also find Elf on the shelf tips from early childhood educators (including 30+ examples of the precarious positions their elves have been found in), as well as other free Elf and the Shelf printables from other bloggers! Happy Planning!
Brrr it's cold outside! The Winter months are a great time to
set up a Hot Chocolate Stand!
Fall is a great time to explore hibernation and where some animals sleep in the winter with preschoolers. Take a closer look at the 4 activities included inside this printable winter homes set...
Invite children to be a partner in reading a story with the included Rebus Story "The Bear's Long Winter Nap" in which a bear prepares for hibernation. Rebus Stories support children as they learn that print carries meaning.
As children follow along they are learning:
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