I gave in…

… and bought an Elf on the Shelf for my classroom! I blame it all on Pinterest and the funny ideas everyone keeps posting about! I figure I’ll use the elf in my classroom for a few years and then I can use her with my own children someday. I am also going to totally copy-cat Cara Carroll and name her Elfabet–it’s just too cute!! I can’t wait for her to arrive in the mail, so my students can meet her!

Girl Version:                        Boy Version:

Here are a few {classroom friendly} ideas I am excited to use:
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    From Come Together Kids {here}                From Heather Cox Photography {here}

Lots of sweet elf on shelf ideasCan't wait to do Elf on the Shelf at home...in the classroom it's fun but way more things to do at home! :) i had one of these when i was little.
Oh, My Stars {here}                                     Image Source {here}
Elf on the Shelf
From Quaintly Garcia {here}

I love this idea, because first grade teachers always have plenty of band-aids!
From Twirlie Whirlies {here}
I haven’t bought an Elf on the Shelf unit on TpT yet… I still have to many to look through and it’s too hard to decide! Click {here} to check them all out for yourself!

The Elf on the Shelf website also has lots of great ideas and resources!
Click {here} to check it out!

Do you have an Elf on the Shelf? I would love to hear about your fun ideas!

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