This Christmas, the elves have so much more to be thankful for! With the help of kids all over the world, we elves were able to earn enough “good deed” points to complete Santa’s Saturday School of Wonders’ first “Christmas Spirit” challenge. Kids made presents for their parents, helped their teachers at school, and did all sorts of things to make other people happy. There were so many good deeds, we could hardly keep track! Of course, we worked really hard here, at the North Pole, to make sure we would have really good toys for our great helpers.
Santa let us know we finished the assignment right after he came back from delivering toys. Mrs. Claus had helped grade the assignment and had already made lots of extra treats to bring out at the Christmas celebration. How exciting to receive our special certificates as we celebrated Christmas together and ate the most scrumptious, yummy candies and cakes.
Although we clearly had some ups and downs this year, we're hoping your Christmas turned out as well as ours ended up. We hope you're looking forward to next year as much as we are.
Even though Christmas is over, keep working on spreading Christmas spirit – it will make you just as happy as the people you help. In the meantime, we elves will be getting started on learning to make new toys for next year…after a mini-vacation, that is!
This year, elves were given a very special school assignment, and now they need your help to finish it. Graduation is at stake!
Just like you, elves love to get Christmas presents. Even at school we are busy creating more gifts for each other!
In cooking class, elves love to experiment with food, though the results aren’t always what they expect!
At Santa’s Saturday School of Wonders, elves create many amazing things. Today, we used words to make diamonds!
How do you make toys? How does Santa's sleigh fly? How does the world famous toy-making machine - the Appendapulator - work?