[The North Pole Times]
[Santa's OFFICIAL News Source]
Saturday July 24, 2021    
[Mikee Elf]
All new crafts for 2020

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.

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.

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.

This fun DIY paper cone Christmas Tree craft is super easy to make and a perfect holiday decoration to show off.

Waldo Meets Yeti

“Ouch, I’ve Got an Elf in My Ear!”

[Waldo Meets Yeti]

Eventually, Mikee and Rudolph organized the search for Waldo. Meanwhile, Waldo, who had been wandering for days for bullying at the Thanksgiving dinner, slipped on the icy path and flew towards something big, white, and furry. Actually, it WAS somebody big, white, and furry! Poor Waldo flew directly into Yeti’s ear!

Poor Waldo was waving his arms through the air, trying to grab something, anything he might hold, and escape falling deeper into Yeti’s ear.

“Oh, a branch in the ear? This is my lucky day!” said Waldo.

Waldo could heave a sigh of relief, or at least he believed so. What he thought to be a branch was a thorn that had been pinned in Yeti’s ear for a while.

While Waldo was hanging on the thorn, thinking about how lucky he was, Yeti started shaking her head, trying to release from the uninvited visitor. Poor Waldo flew through the air once more, but this time he ended up in soft snow holding the thorn in his hand.

Yeti couldn’t believe it! After a long, long time, she didn’t feel that sharp pain in her ear! Waldo pulled the thorn out and cured Yeti!

[by Marija Elf] Yeti stretched her arms toward Waldo, who was shaking from fear, still holding the thorn. When he saw Yeti’s giant paws and claws moving toward him, he started digging the snow in a panic, trying to escape. However, his tinny frozen legs weren't fast enough for Yeti.

“Noooo! Please! Let me go!” screamed poor Waldo.

What do you think happened after Waldo meets Yeti? What did Yeti do to him? You’ll find it out ONLY on the North Pole Times!

[Summer Fun at the North Pole]
Summer Fun at the North Pole
Published Monday May 31, 2021

Things are really heating up in the North Pole now! In June, the elves enjoy temperatures  that can reach up to 38° F!

[The North Pole May Check In!]
The North Pole May Check In!
Published Saturday May 01, 2021

Welcome to May in the North Pole. The elves are excited because there is usually a big temperature jump in May.

[Celebrations in April]
Celebrations in April
Published Wednesday March 31, 2021

April showers, bring May flowers… But in the North Pole April brings a lot of fun and festive times for the elves. With holidays that celebrate their love of fun and faith, April has it all.

[St. Patrick’s Day at the North Pole]
St. Patrick’s Day at the North Pole
Published Monday March 01, 2021

Right now our favorite elves are decorating for St. Patrick’s Day at the North Pole while also starting their spring cleaning and planting. They are dreaming about shamrocks and the sun!

[School or Wonders]
[North Pole Weather]
Rain Fog/Mist
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[Meet the Elves]

[Timbo Elf]

Timbo Elf

Sports reporter for the North Pole Times. Timbo is a sports nut. He saw the Reindeer Games as a little elf, and fell in love with them.

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[The North Pole Times News Team]