Mommy Katie: #Giveaway Holiday Gift Ideas: North Pole Kids’ Club Official Elf Kit

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

#Giveaway Holiday Gift Ideas: North Pole Kids’ Club Official Elf Kit


The holidays are coming, and as the stores begin putting out those decorations and those must have gifts to give, I find that it is also time to bring some of that holiday cheer into the home as well. Aside from the decor that I love to seek out, I also like to seek out the products that I can gift to the kids now, to help bring in some of that holiday cheer. I do so by getting those holiday books with stories that talk about holiday traditions and the winter weather that the kids look forward to and by also finding new traditions to add to our holidays. So when we were sent a Official Elf Kit from the North Pole Kids' Club to review, I was excited to have it personalized for my boys and share it with them as well as add it to my list of great holiday gift ideas to give this year!

When our Official Elf Kit arrived, both Robert and Wyatt were ecstatic to find that the letter inside was written out for them. The letter was one, written by another elf on behalf of the North Pole and the big man himself, Santa Claus, welcoming them to the task ahead of helping to bring Christmas together. After we read over their welcome letter, the boys then opened their box to find 2 elf caps inside, so they each can have one to wear as they take on their duties as Official Junior Elves in our home!


The boys found activities to share with everyone, and orders on how they can be a true Junior Elf. They also found a book inside, that gives us a great Christmas story to read and add to our list of holiday books to share. Along with the hats, activities and book, the boys also found a checklist, which they can complete to help Santa by placing the Magic Key and putting out food for the reindeer the night before Christmas.



Then when it comes to adding the Junior Elf Kit to our holiday traditions, I like that after the holidays are over, we can put the hats, book, checklist, and key back in our box of holiday items, and bring it all out again year after year! Which in all, helps to bring that holiday spirit into the home, and gives the kids tasks to take on as we all prepare for the holidays! And to help with making your kids into Junior Elves to help Santa out this coming holiday season, the people from the North Pole Kids' Club would like to give one of my amazing readers their own Official Elf Kit!






Product received, thank you to North Pole Kids' Club as well as the PR for supplying me with a product for this review, all opinions are my own.

23 comments:

Renee Walters said...

I like that kids can earn their official elf hat by doing festive activities.

DEBIJOT said...

I like the 64 page handbook that comes with the kit.

Stephanie Phelps said...

I love that it keeps them so involved and and teaches them the thoughtful spirit of Christmas

Anonymous said...

I like that it comes with different activities for the kids
tina m - misspolonia93@aol.com

Susan Smoaks said...

I love that this is something new we can do to keep everything fun and exciting.

Anonymous said...

I like that you can personalize a note for your child. Patricia

Ken Ohl said...

Love that they will make it out personally to my little niece she would love this. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

Mammamayor said...

This is so cute ! I love that it's do interactive and how it gives you activities to. Do as a family,natbelinsky@verizon.net

ellie said...

I like that kids can earn their official elf hat by doing festive activities.

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I love the letter from Santa and the Elf hat
Thank You

Fiona N

Stacy Renee said...

I think this is a great way to keep kids in the Christmas spirit and that they have to 'earn' their elf hat!

Leeann Kortas said...

I think it's a fun activity to do with kids

Jessica B. said...

I like that it comes with activities and an elf hat.

Isaiahsmom said...

I like the video and the free activities for my kids to do.

Randi Sampson said...

So fun! I love that it brings the magic of Christmas home.

Erin Ellis said...

I love the cute hats, and the overall message is fantastic!

Sally Gearhart said...

I think this is great, it's awesome that there's activities for the family to do together. I love that the kids get elf hats too.

LeAnn Harbert said...

I like that it gets kids to do family activities.

Shannon F said...

I love that you can personalize it!!

momo said...

I learned this after visiting their site; The North Pole Kids' Club Official Elf Kit is packed with fun holiday activities. We've listed a few here, along with free downloads. To go to an activity, please select the activity from the "Free Activities" menu.

Anonymous said...

What an awesome idea...complete with a checklist, to help Santa and a Magic Key! I can imagine how much young minds would enjoy this. thanks

Candace Barrow said...

I love all of the family activities.

Heather D said...

I like how it has a little Official Elf Certificate. My kids would say "it's legit."