This is a card game for getting acquainted or just having fun at home, in the classroom, or even at a party!!
The game can be played with 2 or more players. The more players, the more sets of cards that will need to be printed. You can also print more than one set for 2 players to make the game last longer.
Players are dealt the cards and they’re placed in a row face down in front of them. The game is played to the chant of “Who Stole the Cookie?” and has the same basis. If the player doesn’t have Santa’s Elf, they say “NOT ME” and play continues on, one player at a time. If they do flip it over, they say “IT’S ME” and the game ends, unless more than one set of cards is used…..then play continues until the last Santa’s Elf has been flipped over.
This idea is not my own. I got the inspiration from Super Silly Songs and their “Who Took the Cookie?” activity. Please be sure to check out their printable activity and stay tuned for me to create another version similar to this one!!
Graphics © Kate Hadfield @ The Lilypad with permission.
Here’s a peek at this card game….
If you’re interested in finding Santa’s Elf, please just…..
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