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Christmas Elves Playing Cards

Christmas Elves Playing Cards

About This Primary Resource

A set of printable playing cards depicting pictures of elves, each wearing different coloured hats. They could be used to play a game of snap / matching pairs. Alternatively they could be hidden around your home, school or nursery as part of a find the elf game. You could cut out the cards and hide a different coloured elf each day. You could then print out a second sheet of cards and use to identify which elf was hiding and tick each one as you find it. If you are using them for this purpose then you might also be interested in our find the elf poster.

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