I love Christmas and everything about the holiday season. Most of all I love the traditions, spirit and magic that Christmas brings. My kiddos are on the verge of discovering the truth about Santa but will probably “play along” a while longer because they love the traditions and fun as much as I do.
The Elf tradition is one of my children’s favorites and provides the opportunity for creativity and fun for parents. However, when I was brainstorming ideas for Elf this year I discovered I really wanted input, thoughts and ideas from my children as well because the whole idea is so much fun for them. As I reflected that evening, I came up with the Elf Adventures Journal idea as away to get the kiddos more involved. Of course, with a background in school counseling and a passion for enriching the education of my own children, I incorporated educational aspects into the journal to make it even more beneficial. Please read the note to parents to learn about everything the journal promotes. Click the image or link below to download the free journal:
Nov 30, 2011
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