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Elves are the children of Gryla and Leppaludi and are very clever. They help Santa to design toys and process requests of children that are sent to them through snail mail or emails. The popular Western names of the Christmas elves helping Santa Claus are: 1.
In Santa Claus: The Movie, the elves are a type of craft guild making traditional toys by hand and looking after Santa's reindeer. The elves' workshop is also featured regularly in films, such as in Elf (2003), starring Will Ferrell. The 1932 Disney short film, Santa's Workshop, features Santa Claus and his elves preparing for Christmas.
Children’s happiness and belief in the magic of Christmas keeps Elves alive and well. So remember to never loose the spirit of Christmas. Popular boy elf names are: Jingle, Buddy,Charlie and Popular girl elf names are Nellie, Elfie and Trixie; Check out these: Christmas, Santa Claus a nd Reindeer Facts for Kids
They help Santa to design and make toys and deal with the millions of requests children send Santa every year. Without the Elves, Santa Claus and Mrs Claus will not have been able to make their Christmas dream reality. Hundreds of years later the original elves still work with Santa at the North Pole. They make the magic of Christmas come alive ...
The names of Santa's elves are Alabaster Snowball, Bushy Evergreen, Pepper Minstix, Shinny Upatree, Sugarplum Mary and Wunorse Openslae. These six elves have the most important jobs for Santa. Alabaster Snowball is in charge of the list that informs Santa whether children have been behaving.