[The North Pole Times]
[1995]
[Santa's OFFICIAL News Source]
Wednesday January 26, 2022    
[Mrs Claus]
Christmas Cookies

These little cherry flavored gems are Rudolph's favorite. Any ideas as to why?

A delicate, crisp little cookie, ( also known as Swedish Butter Cookie) with a deep buttery flavor.

Nothing short of heavenly. Quite sweet, but the extra tart of the cream cheese and cranberries gives just the perfect tart touch to leave you craving just one more.

Try these cookies on the sweet-tooth in the family. Our Elves love 'em... yours will too!

There's nothing like a nice molasses cookie and a glass of milk during the holidays.

Another festive treat from Ali Elf! You've got to try it.

How about this nutty treat for your holiday party

You're going to love these little treats, direct from Mrs. Claus' Kitchen at the North Pole!

Yet another tasty treat from Ali Elf. Be careful though, you'll probably want to eat a lot of these.

Here they are! Santa's Favorite Cookies. Tried and tested on Santa himself. Leave a couple of these out Christmas Eve to make Santa REAL happy!

These are a favorite of stable elves; the elves who take care of Santa's reindeer.

Here's another favorite of the Elves. We think you will enjoy them too.

These Spicy Gingerbread Cookies have a bold flavor that's sure to tantalize your taste buds.

Toss a plate of these on the table and watch them disappear right before your very eyes.

Little Life Lessons

Good Skills for the Year

[Little Life Lessons]

Hi there – I’m Professor Ellie Elf, reporting once again from my classroom at Santa’s School of Wonders. Today is the last Saturday of the Christmas school season. It’s typically our graduation day, when we decorate the classroom, eat lots of yummy treats, and have our yearly graduation celebration.

Every elf looks forward to our school graduation party. All elves get “Santa Certificates” to show what new skills they have achieved. Elf students who worked especially hard and were helpful to others all year get awards and Santa medals. 

[by Professor Ellie Elf]

Why is my classroom so quiet today? Well, it's Christmas Day, of course. Who goes to school on Christmas? 

As for graduation, we will just have it next week. I’m so proud of our elves for choosing to help Christmas happen on time. Now, before I go, I want to pass on some lessons to help you celebrate Christmas and help you stay on Santa's "Nice List" next year:

  • Christmas time can be a really busy time for adults. So, show lots of patience and make sure you do all you can to help. Santa really notices when kids are good helpers.
  • On Christmas day (and all year round) don’t forget to say please and thank you. Those little words can make someone else smile.
  • Kindness to others is truly the best gift you can give. Be kind and generous all year round and you will be surprised to see how many people are kind and generous with you.

I hope you enjoyed our classes this year. I’ll be thinking of you all when we get back to school next month and start working on more Christmas projects.

Have a very Merry Christmas!


-- More School of Wonders --
[Wrapping it All Up ]
Wrapping it All Up
Published Saturday December 18, 2021

Watch out for paint splatters in our art class!

[Creating a Gift with Words]
Creating a Gift with Words
Published Saturday December 11, 2021

This week we're putting pencils to paper to make a special, homemade gift!

[An Elf Secret to Warmth in a Cup ]
An Elf Secret to Warmth in a Cup
Published Saturday December 04, 2021

It’s a steamy, yummy elf-warmer and the elves are cooking it up today at Santa’s School of Wonders!

[Looking at Winter Coats]
Looking at Winter Coats
Published Saturday November 27, 2021

If you wear a white coat in the snow, will you become invisible?

[How do You Make...]
How do You Make...
Published Monday November 01, 2021

How do you make toys? How does Santa's sleigh fly? How does the world famous toy-making machine - the Appendapulator - work?

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