Classroom Elf Freebie

Happy day after Thanksgiving!  Are you suffering from a turkey hangover like I am?!  I don't understand the words "moderation" or "restraint".  Needless to say, I'm all about the leggings today :)

Since December is quickly approaching...4 more days, what?!?!..I thought I'd revisit an old post all about our classroom elf.  Here's a freebie for you and I hope you're able to use it in your classroom this holiday season!!!

Click on the picture below to read all about how we celebrated with the elf in our classroom.


You can grab the freebie HERE.

And if you're in search of some elf ideas, I posted a few on my domestic blog last week.  You can check those out here...

Best time of the year!  

If you're looking for some additional holiday resources, you can check these out using the links below.

Happy Black Friday!


  1. Hello! This post got me thinking about Christmas gifts to my students from myself.... I am fresh out of ideas! I typically do a 24 piece puzzle or a book from Scholastic, but I wanted to try something new this year. What did you typically give your students for Christmas when you were the teacher? Thanks in advance for the ideas!! :)

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