Finding New Locations For Your Elf on the Shelf

Finding New Locations For Your Elf on the Shelf

Finding New Locations For Your Elf on the Shelf

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Elf on The ShelfPhiladelphia, PA - While moving your Elf from one place to another can be a hassle, it's actually fun to watch as your child discover the different places the elf finds to hide around the house. But, be sure to move him at least every night, so he does not get into mischief. Remember, the Elf on the Shelf is notorious for getting into trouble and should be placed somewhere out of the reach of children. Because if they touch it, the Elf will lose its powers and you'll have to feed it sugar to get its mojo back.

Where to Move Your Elf on the Shelf

Here Are Some New Locations For Your Elf:

Your Elf can appear anywhere in your home during the holiday season. The Elf on the Shelf needs at least 24 different locations to remain safe. It's best to plan your spots in places where your children will not accidentally move it. Make sure to set aside time before heading to bed yourself to hide the Elf in a new location.

Changing locations every day will help explain to your child that the Elf reports to Santa each night on whether they have been naughty or nice. It's also a fun way to make the Elf on the Shelf a memorable part of your child's day.

You can find new spots for your Elf on the Shelf by looking around the house for little nooks or Christmas decorations that your Elf can hide in.  Sometimes it's also fun to have your Elf get into some trouble, like posing it with food or messing with different things around the house. Though, your Elf doesn't have to be crazy all the time. He can be as sweet or naughty as you'd like.

The Magical Journey of having an elf is an experience that will let you and your kids discover the magic of Christmas from an elf's perspective, plus have some fun during the holiday season.

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