Awards

North Pole Kids' Club Official Elf Kit wins National Parenting Product Award
National Parenting Product Awards (NAPPA) Winner
  
We are thrilled to be named a National Parenting Product Award winner! The National Parenting Product Awards (NAPPA) is one of the longest running and most respected awards programs in the country. With 25 years of experience in the industry, they have been continuously celebrated as the "go-to" source for parents and professionals seeking the best products for their children and families.
 
Why NAPPA likes it: A clever idea to get children engaged and involved during the holidays. The kit is thoughtfully assembled and comes with an activity booklet and book that is sure to launch a lifetime of Christmas traditions.
   
 
North Pole Kids' Club Official Elf Kit wins Tillywig Top Fun Award
 
2016 Tillywig Top Fun Award
 
We are proud to announce the Official Elf Kit won Tillywig's Top Fun Award! Tillywig's mission is to provide retail buyers, news media, parents, and consumers with product information and reviews of superior children's products available in today's marketplace.
  
Tillywig's review: The Official Elf Kit is a welcome addition to year-end holiday fun, a warmly embraced tradition to be revisited year after year as kids grow up. One of the many delightful things about this holiday activity kit is the air of magic and of family togetherness it generates. So much care has been put into each of the items in the package that children take wide-eyed delight in exploring its contents. A finely embellished metal skeleton key (Santa's Magical Key) and a colorful, comfy, kid-sized Official Elf Hat greet them upon opening the box. Beneath these sits an authentic-looking letter from Santa that welcomes kids to his team and relates that the first step towards earning the elf hat is to engage in fun activities with family. Also included are a full-color illustrated story about the origins of the North Pole Kids' Club, an Official Handbook packed with activities organized by category ('Be Helpful & Nice,' 'Family Time,' 'Arts & Crafts,' . . .), and a Level I Elf Activity Book with over a dozen pages of solo activities.
  
  
North Pole Kids' Club wins Creative Child's Product of the Year
 
Creative Child Magazine’s Product of the Year Award
  
The North Pole Kids’ Club was honored to win the Creative Child Magazine’s 2015 Product of the Year in the Family Holiday Activities category. The award was the result of a 2-day review event by moms and educators in Henderson, Nevada.
Comments from reviewers:
As a Christmas-obsessed mom I love this for my kids! I want to squeeze every ounce of Christmas joy out of this short magical time with my kids as I can and this is a great way to do so. I would love to do every single thing in this kit with my kids! -SB
 
This looks like a great Christmas kit! I really like the brightly colored book with different recipes, music, arts and crafts, ways to entertain, and ways to be helpful and nice. Great way to incorporate new family traditions and spend time together! - AM
 
What a great tradition starter! My child would do ALL the activities all season long. And what kid doesn’t love the elf hat!! Great concept to teach creativity. 
 
I love Christmas and this product would help keep the spirit going. What a great thing for a family or classroom to share in. Similar to Elf on a Shelf this product offers opportunities for sharing memories and passing down traditions. - MG
 
This product will get you in the holiday spirit for sure! It’ll definitely be something your child looks forward to every Christmas season! Love the idea of it all! -KH
  
Santa’s magic key and the elf hat are brilliant! I love the holiday spirit and what a great gift to pass down to our children to keep that spirit and excitement of Christmas alive. - JE
 
North Pole Kids' Club wins the Family Choice Award
Family Choice Award
  
The North Pole Kids' Club Kit won the 2015 Family Choice Award. For 20 years, the Family Choice Award has recognized products for making a positive difference in the lives of families.