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    Are you doing Elf on a Shelf activities this year?

    We have bought an elf (well 2 elves tbh... one looked lonely)! They are not traditional / proper Elf on Shelf elves and they won't do lots of naughty things or tell tales to Santa.

    Our elves will be friends with the children and play games with them... they will bring presents and read stories and much more!

    Gold members on Childcare.co.uk can see all our 'elf fun and games' planning in an Information Guide here - http://www.childcare.co.uk/information/childminder-plus.

    I have also started an Elf on the Shelf pinterest board with lots of ideas for elf activities - Elf on a shelf planning activity ideas on Pinterest | 32 Pins.

    I hope you are inspired!

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    Thanks Sarah - I wasn't sure where to start lol
    Debbie

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    Great thanks will take a look at your pins. I have made my elf he too is going to be nice and tell stories etc x

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