Sunday, November 6, 2016

North Pole Kids Club Elf Kit Plus #Giveaway

     My boys love Christmas and I love it too.  I love seeing their excitement with all things to do with the holiday.  They are both always excited about Santa. I love to do whatever I can to continue their excitement.  I mean they are only young once. After learning about the North Pole Kids Club I knew I wanted to sign up all my kids to be junior elves. 



     With the North Pole Kids Club boys and girls are asked to perform simple tasks that mean so much to Santa. There’s magic reindeer food and cookies to leave out on Christmas Eve. Before that magical night, an illustrated handbook is packed with fun and creative activities for the Christmas season.  Santa sends a note saying how he needs some extra help because there is just too much to do.  Every Santa’s helper gets an authentic elf hat, enclosed in the kit. It’s so fleece-y soft that kids have been known to wear it to bed! You can choose green or pink for your favorite little elf when placing an order.


      By becoming a certified Santa’s helper there are some cool benefits like an official membership card to the North Pole Kids’ Club. Quickly kids can earn their Elf Certificate.  Inside the kit is an extra special surprise – Santa’s Magic Key tied with a red ribbon! This is the real way he gets inside so many houses on December 24! Kids are told to hang the key on their front door on Christmas Eve and Santa uses it to make his delivery. Afterwards, he often leaves it on the Christmas tree or by the stockings, to be used again next year.


      I received a double pack for the boys and a single pack for my baby girl. When we opened the box my boys were so excited.  The love the hats and so do I. They are so soft and cute.  Their other favorite things was the key. Each box has a single key. Lucky I had 2 boxes because both my boys wanted their own key.  They had to test out the key in the house to see if it worked. The bathroom and bedrooms in our house have locks.  They were able to open the doors with the key. This got them even more excited. After reading a note from Santa my oldest was so excited and wanted to get started right away.  First they do a few tasks and earn their elf certificate and their hat.  The tasks include do something helpful and nice, do a family time activity, make reindeer food, etc. Each child gets their own Elf Activity Book to work out of. There is an official handbook that includes the story of Finley's Christmas Adventure and lots of fun craft activities.  Jayden really wants to make the snowglobe. 


     I really like the story and the activities in the book. I look forward to completing many of these activities with my kids.  The hats are also great, they really are so soft. The hats come in either green or pink. The key is so fun and my boys are so excited about the key. There are a few things that would be nice. With three kids I received a double and a single kit.  So some items were duplicated. It would probably be good if the kits came in more quantities for larger families. Although, I am glad that with 2 kits we received 2 keys.  My boys each wanted their own key. 

The North Pole Kids Club Elf Kit can be purchased online or shop in stores

Discount Code“BLOG20”, which gives 20% off their order at checkout on the company’s website and expires December 5, 2016

Win it:  One (1) Arizona Mama reader will receive their own Official North Pole Kids Single Elf Kit in their choice of Green or Pink

Enter in the Giveaway  Tools form below! This giveaway will be open until 11/20 at 11:59PM (MST).  Open to US.



Thank you to North Pole Kids Club for the review and giveaway!! 

 I was provided the above mentioned products in order to provide a review. I was not compensated in any way. All thoughts and opinions are my own and not influenced. disclosure


10 comments:

  1. My daughter would love to make the Graham Cracker Elf house. I am pretty sure we will be doing this one.

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  2. The cotton ball Santa would be fun to make with my son.

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  3. They would love the magic reindeer food.

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  4. I'd like to make the Graham Cracker Elf house with my kids.

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  5. I love the cotton ball Santa. I am the anti crafter but I could totally manage this.

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  6. I like the cotton ball santa! So cute :)

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  7. I'd love to do the Magic Reindeer Food with my kids!

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  8. We'd love to do the Magic Reindeer Food! We've done variations of it in the past but never with colored sugar!

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  9. GRAHAM-CRACKER ELF HOUSE looks like fun to make they would love doing that one.

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  10. We are going to make MAGIC REINDEER FOOD.

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