Our ELFercise Kits help kids,
Exemplify Love and Friendship 365 days a year!
Think like an ELF and be your best sELF!
All Kits come with an item to keep and an item to give.
NEED NOT THEY SWORD AND SHIELD encourages us to realize that we are all stronger than we think we are. You can do hard things, even without a sword or a shield. ;)
Kit comes with two matching stickers.
Teaches: you can do hard things, even on your own, give yourself credit for your strength and all the things you accomplish on your own, always be fair, be brave
Plush/Kit Combo comes with a little 5" plush dragon who is looking for his new best friend, a peaceful and strong knight!
Original artwork by young illustrator, Drew Miller
Original story by Carmen Miller
All Kits are made to order.
Designed for ELF365 Copyright 2022
Proceeds have helped us provide over 11,000 free Kits for kids in 15 countries and 44 states...
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Read the entire ELFercise below.
Here Ye, Here Ye!
Once upon a time in a land we call home,
there lived a knight who was all alone.
But alas, he had his trusty sword.
It made him feel strong when he explored.
Fear not! He also had a shield
he used for protection when foes did not yield.
He believed his sword to be his power.
He believed his shield to be his protector.
The three were never separate,
Until one day, when the knight awoke
to find both his sword and shield had been taken.
The knight was beside himself
to discover this as he awakened.
He knew not what he would do.
He had never been without the two.
He ventured out on this solemn day
all alone to his dismay.
Upon encountering his first foe
he defended himself with honor and integrity.
He did so without
his sword or shield, easily.
He soon realized
that the power he attributed to his sword was his own,
and his shield only offered protection
because it was wielded by him, alone.
And so, let it be told!
Chivalry is not dead!
We each have the power within,
do not be misled.
All ye, mark and remember,
that this knight, who was once all alone,
learned this valuable lesson
which earned him the throne.
He was revered by all across the land
and his kingdom did not fall,
because he ruled fairly, all for one,
and one for all.
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