At the North Pole, Santa has many helpers who make the Christmas season special! His Scout Elves serve as his eyes and ears in homes around the world, while his Elf Pets® play special roles in creating Christmas spirit that will help Santa complete all of his Christmas duties. Read on to learn more about the Scout Elves, Elf Pets® Reindeer, and Elf Pets® Saint Bernard, and find out how your family can start a new Christmas tradition this year!
Stuff your Scout Elf needs
Follow Santa’s Scout Elf Training Team as they lead you through a 60-page book featuring more than 100 easy ideas that elves can perform in their families’ homes! All they need to recreate the fun are the kit’s 15 elf-sized tools—the same ones the elves use to train at the North Pole! Learn More
Scout Elves and their Elf Pets® Reindeer counterparts love to show off their unique personalities with clothing from the Claus Couture Collection. Each item is designed by Mrs. Claus so that elves can slip into a new outfit before flying to the North Pole, or children can dress up their Elf Pets® Reindeer. Learn More
Ways to Help Santa
Together with their Saint Bernard pups, children are encouraged to engage in acts of kindness to create Christmas cheer! Each Saint Bernard puppy wears a barrel with a magical heart charm around its neck to gather the cheer until it’s released on Christmas Eve to help keep the North Pole magical. Learn More
Elf Pets®: A Reindeer Tradition, tells the story of the North Pole’s special pets and how you can adopt and love your own reindeer! Each wears a heart charm around its neck that fills with Christmas magic each time you cuddle it! On Christmas Eve, that full heart will help Santa’s sleigh fly. Learn More
More from the North Pole
Visit our kids section for fun games, mobile apps, coloring pages and more. For craft ideas, recipes and up-to-date Scout Elf news, visit our parents blog, Frolic and Frost. If you’re visiting our site from another country, check out The Elf on the Shelf® U.K. (United Kingdom), Ireland, Australia and Mexico sites for more information. To learn about all of the countries where you can adopt a Scout Elf, click here.