Put a ruler or tape measure in front of a child and they’re bound to roam around the house to measure everything they see. Use this curiosity and yearning to be learning into a fun activities this holiday season. Download and print this fun measurement activity sheet and send them on a hunt to finish it with their Elf on the Shelf.DISCLOSURE: Some of the links in this post contain affiliate links, which come at no cost to you. Know that I only promote products I personally use and stand behind. To learn more about my affiliates, please review my disclosure policy here.
This printable measurement activity sheet is all holly jolly themed with a red and green color scheme. It’s the perfect printable to leave one morning from your Elf on the Shelf!
Kids (or parents) must first cut out the printed ruler and activity card and go around the home finding the items listed and measuring them in inches. Note: I’ve updated the file to remove my URL so feel free to give to the kids as is!
Children can use a pencil to note the measurement to complete the card. This is a great breakfast invitation or save it for after school to help get the wiggles out while still learning.
This is just one of the many free printables you can pair with your Elf on the Shelf this December.
This is part of my “Elf on the Shelf Ideas for a 6 year old” schedule which is now available!
Check out all the other Elf on the Shelf Ideas, even for the younger age group, as many activities are not age specific and all include links to free printables, printable schedules, and hiding ideas loved by all ages!
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