How to Make Invisible Ink Messages

One of the Scout Elves' favorite methods of communication is invisible ink! Spend the afternoon with your family experimenting with three of the Scout Elves' favorite techniques for sharing classified messages with invisible ink! Read More

Quick No-Bake Desserts

Making dessert has never been as easy as the Scout Elves’ six no-bake recipes that can be made in a snap! Put away the bakeware, and mix your way to perfect desserts thanks to these lightning quick tips from the Scout Elves. Read More

How Old Are Scout Elves?

Just how old are Santa's Scout Elves? While Scout Elves are almost as old as Santa, let little ones find a clearer answer to the age old question by helping them solve a fun coded message puzzle! Read More

When is Santa’s Birthday?

Although it has been a mystery to many, the Scout Elves can now confirm when Father Christmas celebrates his birthday! Find out this and other fun facts about how Santa celebrates his big day! Read More

Easter Craft: Chicks in a Basket

A fresh face of spring is popping up to chirp its “Hello” just in time for Easter! Baby chicks are as iconic to Easter as Scout Elves are to Christmas, and these little birdies made from cotton balls are the perfect addition to any Easter celebration! Read More

How to Make a Sensory Bottle

Twirling beads, roaming rubber bands, swirling snowflakes … these items are perfect for creating a variety of sensory bottles, a DIY craft excellent for engaging little ones’ senses and bringing the family together for a crafting day! Read More

Fresh Ideas for Rainy Day Games

April is known for its showers, and it has inspired the Scout Elves to provide you with great indoor game ideas. Easy to pull off with items from around the house, these rainy day games will create a full day of indoor fun that the whole family can enjoy! Read More

Easy April Fools’ Day Jokes

This year, lose the whoopee cushion, and forget the “dad jokes,” too because the Scout Elves have much easier—and impressive—ways to elicit laughs this April Fools’ Day. Create pranks inspired by the Scout Elves’ favorite humorous antics from Christmas seasons past. Read More

What Do Scout Elves Eat?

Candy, pies and cakes galore, Scout Elves love eating sweets, snacks and more! You can often find the Scout Elves visiting Mrs. Claus' Sweet Shop™ to whip up delicious desserts exclusively available at the North Pole, but did you know sweet treats are only one of many foods the elves munch on? Read More

Easy-to-Make DIY Seed Bombs

This week, the Scout Elves are planting pine trees and poinsettias at the North Pole, making it even more beautiful! They're having so much fun, they wanted to share a fun DIY craft to help you complete your spring planting plans: seed bombs! Read More

DIY North Pole Glitter Slime

During all their tinkering and crafting at the North Pole, the Scout Elves found a fun way to give a kid-favorite craft an extra touch of sparkle! This DIY North Pole glitter slime—also known as homemade putty—is full of sparkles that shimmer as brilliantly as freshly fallen North Pole snow! Read More

10 Ways to Remix Hot Cocoa

Step up your hot cocoa game this holiday season by putting delightful and delicious twists on an old holiday standby. As you might imagine, the Scout Elves are experts when it comes to sweets, especially hot chocolate! Read More

The Best Ways to Make Fake Snow

Are you dreaming of a winter wonderland, but not getting any beautiful white snow to make it a reality? Don't wait on the weather to make your wintry wishes come true. Just follow the Scout Elves' simple solution: make fake snow! Read More

25 Acts of Kindness for Kids

In the spirit of creating joy, the Scout Elves have made a list to teach children how they can spread Christmas cheer, even long after the holiday season has passed! Full of easy ideas for good deeds for kids, this chart will teach children how good it feels to give back and help others. Read More