The Kindness Elves

Christmas season can bring on the brash saying from parents to children, “Give me, give me, never get. Don’t you know your manners yet?” The Kindness Elves are the perfect tool to curb a rising tide of greediness and teach kids the value of giving over getting. Designed by a mom of four and elementary school teacher, The Kindness Elves come in a variety of sets that include two adorable elves and their little elf home with a working mailbox. The set has a visual step‐by­‐step guide for parents about using the Kindness Elves and accessories, 50 Acts of Kindness Cards, a Little Book of Big Kindnesses, mini postcards for the Kindness Elves to write to the children, eight Sheets of Stickers and a bottle of Magic Sprinkles. Postcards are left for children in the elf house mailbox with ideas for giving as simple as smiling at everyone they see or taking tins of food to the local food bank. A great alternative to the “naughty elf” tradition, The Kindness Elves encourage kids to get on Santa’s Nice List! —Michelle Gadd

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