[The North Pole Times]
[1995]
[Santa's OFFICIAL News Source]
Wednesday November 30, 2022    
[Mikee Elf]
Crafts for Kids!

These Christmas Elf puppets are so cute and even more fun to make. A perfect Christmas craft activity to keep you and your own little elves entertained during the Holidays.


Share the love this Christmas with this easy-to-make Christmas Heart Ornament Craft that requires only a few items you’re likely to already have on hand. Use them as a tree ornament or as a loving extra touch to your gift wrapping.


These adorable North Pole Times Elves are the perfect DIY ornament for kids to make and hang on the Christmas tree!


These DIY Christmas Pop Up Cards are fun and simple to make. Choose from a variety of elves and characters direct from the North Pole to make a unique gift that is loads of fun to share with friends and family.


This fun little Clothespin Snowman craft is super easy to make and just as versatile. Glue them to presents to make a cute gift tag holder. Clip them to your tree for a fun kid-made ornament. Or hide them around the house and have your very own Christmas Snowman Hunt just like you would for an Easter egg hunt.


This colorful paper Elf Hat is super easy to make with our printable elf hat pattern. A fun way to keep kids occupied during the season.


A wonderful DIY Christmas craft for toddlers and preschoolers. This easy-to-make Hand Print Christmas Wreath is super cute and makes a beautiful decoration, keepsake, or gift to keep the house festive all season.


The Holly Elf Binoculars Craft is a perfect way for kids to keep busy during the holidays. Not only will they enjoy making these “Holly Elf Approved” binoculars, they can also assist her in spotting Santa, or other elves, when duty calls!


Fly-About Franny in Big Apple

Franny Elf enjoys the Thanksgiving Parade

[Fly-About Franny in Big Apple]

Hey kids! I'm Fly-About Franny Elf back for another year at The North Pole Times. My job is to fly around in my mini-sled before Christmas every year checking to see how boys and girls around the world celebrate Christmas. Santa says it's a very important job or he would end up delivering the wrong toys to the wrong children.

Right now I'm in New York City visiting my friends the Morrisons. Yesterday we watched the Thanksgiving Day Parade that happens every Thanksgiving in the heart of the city. This is the 98th year that New Yorkers have started celebrating the Christmas season by watching floats, marching bands, and giant balloons of their favorite cartoon characters. But the best part of the parade is the very last float carrying a special guest. Do you remember who that is? Here's a hint... he's my boss.

[by Franny Elf]

After the parade I asked my friends Timmy and Heather Morrison to show me what else kids do in New York City to celebrate Christmas. They first took me to Rockefeller Center to see the giant tree and the ice rink where people from all over come to ice skate. The tree is very tall, sometimes over 100 feet and is picked from trees all over the northeast United States. Timmy and Heather then showed me how all the stores and restaurants hang Christmas lights and other decorations to make them look very beautiful. Finally we stopped by a place called Radio City to watch the Rockettes. This is a very special show full of music, dancing and lot's of costumes and beautiful scenery.

I really enjoyed it! Now that we've discovered how kids in New York City celebrate Christmas, when Santa stops by on Christmas Eve, he'll be able to give the boys and girls great toys and gifts. I need to remind him that he needs to fly quickly though, because there's a lot of little kids in New York.

Remember to come back next Friday for another Franny Friday report and don't forget to visit us every day at The North Pole Times for new stories.

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A worldwide report on how different countries and cultures celebrate the season of Christmas.

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