The North Pole requires grown-ups to be the ones to sign-up for an account. Sorry kids, need to keep you safe! The Elf on the Shelf is committed to safeguarding children's personal information collected online. This verification process is one of many ways we strive to create a kid-safe website experience.
When you visit the site, click on “Account” in the top right hand corner and enter the email address and password that you registered with us. You will be directed to a page where you can update your personal information, add or delete information about your child’s birthday and your family’s scout elves, and sign-up to receive special newsletters and updates. Note: You may specify what email address you would like us to send newsletters and updates to, however, your username is the original email address you created your account with. If you need additional help, please email us with any questions or comments.
Try resetting your password. Click on the “Account” button at the top of the screen, then click “edit password.” If you continue to have trouble, email us with your full name, zip code, email address as well as your scout elf's name and we will do our best to help you.
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SCOUT ELF QUESTIONS:
The Elf on the Shelf® can arrive anytime, but typically he or she will return at the beginning of the holiday season. In the United States, that’s usually around Thanksgiving. But remember, every scout elf is unique, just like people; the scout elf will come back just as soon as he or she is able to.
Christmas magic is very fragile, and if a scout elf is touched it may lose its magic. If your scout elf has been touched, please sprinkle a little cinnamon beside him or her before you go to bed; cinnamon is like vitamins for scout elves, and it helps them get back to the North Pole. Once they arrive, the North Pole E.R. doctors will check them out.
Don’t worry. Sometimes your scout elf will have a favorite spot, just like you might have a favorite chair or a spot on the couch. If the scout elf hasn’t moved, it is probably sitting in one of its favorite spots!
There are so many things that need to be done at the North Pole. With so many toys to make, naughty and nice lists to finalize, trees to decorate and cookies to bake, Santa needs his scout elves to help!
Your Elf on the Shelf reports all sorts of things to Santa, like when you've been naughty and nice. If you do your chores, he or she tells Santa what a good helper you are. When you don’t share your toys, he or she lets Santa know that, too! Updates to your Christmas list are always welcome, and if you have a special message for Santa, you can whisper that to your scout elf, too.
Your Elf on the Shelf goes to the North Pole each and every night during the holiday season so he or she won’t forget a single detail from the day to tell Santa. This helps Santa and your scout elf keep the most up-to-date record of what you've been up to!
Every Elf on the Shelf comes from Santa Claus. Some come direct from the North Pole to your house, and some come from special adoption centers that Santa has approved. The adoption centers are often located inside certain stores. Much like you would go to the store to adopt a pet, your Elf on the Shelf can be adopted, too. The important thing to remember is that no matter how an scout elf gets to his or her family, they are all on the same special mission: to be Santa’s eyes and ears during the holiday season.
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