Elf on the Shelf, Season 2018, Episode 3

Welcome back to another week of Elf on the Shelf fun! 

Last week Cookie was an airline pilot, asked questions about Las Vegas and shared some Coke. Let's see what she has been up to this week:

Saturday morning breakfast suggestion:

Only three of 13 species of maple πŸ tree native to Canada πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ are used for syrup. Look them up! (Have some pancakes πŸ₯ž first, though).

Sunday was Colin's last hockey game this year. Cookie doctored today‘s line-up and made herself (Santa‘s) MVP of the tournament πŸ’S 

She also asked a hard question about NHL awards: who won 2017/18's Hart Trophy?

Cookie shares interesting facts about the average spending on ChristmasπŸŽ„gifts πŸŽ: USD 650 in πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ vs CHF 300 inπŸ‡¨πŸ‡­
‚It‘s not all about presents though, right?‘ she says!

Did you know the candy we know as M&Ms today were originally designed by Forrest Mars to allow easy transport and consumption for war soldiers?

‚Cables for this famous bridge were the same than had been used to build the Brooklyn Bridge 52 years before - can you guess what I am talking about?‘

Which President was the first to decorate the White House Christmas Tree πŸŽ„?Pierce, Franklin, Washington or Lincoln? 

Match five characteristics that define the difference between New York Style and Chicago deep dish pizza! πŸ• 

Would you be able to answer her questions? Either way, I hope you had fun, and you'll be back next week for another indstallment of Elf fun! Happy Friday!