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a month of elf on the shelf ideas with free north pole breakfast printables

Elf on the Shelf 2016

This was our third year of having Jingle Bell visit and it is becoming one of our favorite traditions. We always kick of Jingle Bell’s arrival with a fun breakfast and we all just love looking for him each morning.  Here is all of the fun we had while Jingle Bell visited us last year. 

a month of elf on the shelf ideas. Tons of fun original ideas with free printables and links to free printables

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Day 1 – North Pole Breakfast (12/3)

north pole breakfast - elf on the shelf idea - free printables

Since we usually spend Thanksgiving out of town, our elf always arrives the first Saturday of December. Last year, he arrived on December 3rd, 2016.  We hosted our North Pole Breakfast to welcome our elf, Jingle Bell. We had Snowman donuts, strawberry/banana santa hats, chocolate reindeer donuts and gifts. To read more about this tradition and all the fun we had at our breakfast (and to get some free printables), CLICK HERE

Day 2 – Snow Angel (12/4)

snow angel- elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell dumped out some of our fake snow decorations and made a snow angel.

Day 3 – Ornament Hunt (12/5)

hide ornaments around the house to find and add to the tree - elf on the shelf ideas

 

Scavenger Hunts have been a big hit over the years, so this year Jingle Bell hid ornaments around the house. He asked the kids to find them and then put them on the tree.

Day 4 – Spreading Holiday Cheer (12/6)

spread holiday cheer - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell brought us a gift bow and asked us to spread some holiday cheer by doing something nice for someone else. We filled a box with cookies and gave it to our mailman. I know the kids are still young, but I’m hoping as they get older we can continue to teach them about doing nice things for others, especially at this time of year. To get the free printables from Frugal Coupon Living, click here.

Day 5 – Nerf Gun Attack (12/7)

nerf gun attack - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell was hanging upside down pointing a nerf gun at us. Of course, Hudson thought it was hilarious.

Day 6 – Pooping Elf (12/8)

Pooping Elf - elf on the shelf idea

We found Jingle Bell in the bathroom, pooping in a glass and reading the Elf on the Shelf Book. The boys couldn’t believe their elf poops chocolate kisses. This was one of their favorites, by far. In fact, a year later, they are still talking about it. Being a mom of boys has meant accepting that boys think poop is funny, lol. To get the mini Elf on the Shelf Book from A Little of This That, click here.

Day 7 – Disney Gingerbread House (12/9)

gingerbread house - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell brought us a gingerbread kit. The kids loved that it was a Disney themed house and we all had a great time building it together.

Day 8 – Backwards Day (12/10)

Backwards Day - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell declared it Backwards Day. He turned our banner around, wore his clothes backwards, and encouraged us to be as backwards as possible for the day. We had dinner for breakfast, breakfast for dinner and the boys wore their clothes backwards too. It was such a fun and silly day!

Day 9 – Train Ride Around the Tree (12/11)

elf riding a train around the tree - elf on the shelf idea

The kids woke up to find Jingle Bell riding a train around the tree. The kids absolutely loved this!

Day 10 – Elf Yourself (12/12)

Elf Yourself - elf on the shelf ideas

The kids loved looking in the mirror and becoming an elf.

Day 11 – Swinging from the Light (12/13)

elf swinging from a chandelier - elf on the shelf idea

Part of the fun for the boys is trying to find Jingle Bell each morning. JB doesn’t have to always be doing something elaborate, just the fact that he is somewhere else and the kids get to search for him brings them so much joy.

Day 12 – Lego Christmas Tree (12/14)

elf sized Christmas tree - elf on the shelf ideas

Jingle Bell built his own elf sized Christmas tree with legos.

Day 13 – Paper Sack Races (12/15)

sack race with other stuffed animals - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell recruited some of the boys’ other toys to have a sack race.

Day 14 – Nerf Gun Fight (12/16)

nerf gun fight - elf on the shelf idea

Apparently the toys thought Jingle Bell was cheating at the sack races, so they tied him up and had a nerf gun fight. The boys thought it was pretty funny.

Day 15 – Snowball Fight (12/15)

elf on the shelf snowball fight with instructions to make your own ice walls - elf on the shelf ideas

The boys woke up to find Jingle Bell and Buzz Lightyear having a snowball fight. Then they noticed that Jingle Bell had left them their own ice walls and their snowballs so they could have their own snowball fight. It was so fun! One of our favorite Jingle Bell memories and the ice walls and snowballs have provided hours and hours of fun! Click here to learn how to make your own ice walls and click here to purchase indoor snowballs.

Day 16 – Paper Airplane (12/18)

paper airplane riding elf - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell took one of the paper airplanes the boys had made and flew on it.

Day 17 – Glow Party (12/19)

glow party - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell had a glow party in the bathroom. He had glow stick necklaces around his neck and left some for the boys to play with too.

Day 18 – Book Tree (12/20)

new Christmas books decorating the tree - elf on the shelf idea

Jingle Bell brought the boys a bunch of new books and covered the tree in them. It wasn’t quite as funny as when JB covered the tree in underwear, but the kids still liked it. Plus, they loved having new holiday books to read.

Day 19 – Cookie Decorating (12/21)

let's make cookies for santa cookie playset - elf on the shelf ideas

Jingle Bell brought the boys the cutest pretend cookie set and suggested we bake cookies for Santa.

Day 20 – sELF Portrait (12/22)

sELF portrait - elf on the shelf ideas

Jingle Bell painted a sELF portrait. He is quite an artist.

Day 21 – Mini Cookies (12/23)

Elf size cookies - elf on the shelf ideas

We baked our cookies a few days earlier, but didn’t have time to decorate them, so Jingle Bell made some elf sized cookies and reminded us that we needed to finish our cookies for Santa.

Day 22 – Goodbye Jingle Bell (12/24)

Goodbye Letter - elf on the shelf ideas

Jingle Bell said good-bye and headed off the the North Pole.




For more Elf on the Shelf Ideas, check out these posts:

Elf on the Shelf 2015

Elf on the Shelf 2014

on-line shopping in bed with my pjs on - phone case and laptop skin from caseapp - letterboard from letterfolk - garland from glitter party co. -all can be purchased on-line - now we just need Starbucks to deliver ;)

Case App

Christmas came early for me this year! My friends at Caseapp.com gifted me a new laptop skin and custom iphone case and I am loving them. I chose the white marble laptop skin and it definitely makes all my last-minute on-line Christmas shopping so much more enjoyable (please tell me I’m not the only one who is a holiday shopping procrastinator?) I will say that I think the skins are better for Macs since their sizing is standardized. I tried the skin on two different Dell Laptops (both have a 15.6″ screen size) and it was a bit small on one and a bit big on the other. It still makes my laptop look way more stylish, but keep that in mind when ordering. What could be better than a stylish looking laptop, pjs, coffee and shopping from your bed.

on-line shopping in my pjs with my new laptop skin from caseapp

I am also totally loving my new phone case. My phone has had a lot of accidents over the years. Flying through the air as I stop a kid from running into the street, slipping from my fingers while I juggle a million things, and of course when the kids get a hold of it, I know it’s life is in danger. So I have sacrificed appearance for durability and admired all the cute phone cases from afar, while I rocked my functional case. When Case App reached out to me to give their custom phone cases a try I was a bit hesitant, but figured it could be fun to see what it feels like to have a cute case, even if only for a short time. When I was ordering, I noticed Case App has an option for Extra Protection Tough Cases with a hard case and extra silicone lining to protect your phone. This case is so cute and it has totally passed the mama life, dropped a million times, challenge. You can even create your own design or choose from tons of cute designs already on their site.

new custom phone case from caseapp

Wouldn’t this make a cute Christmas gift or stocking stuffer?! You could even get a gift card so your friends and family can design their own. Or, just order one for yourself as a little Christmas gift. 😉 You can use the code CREATIVECOPYCAT20 for 20% off your entire order through December 26th, 2017.

 

elf on the shelf idea north pole breakfast for arrival with free printables

North Pole Breakfast 2017

elf on the shelf idea north pole breakfast for arrival with free printables

We kicked off the holiday season the first Saturday of December again this year with our North Pole Breakfast. This is our 4th year of this tradition and I just absolutely love it. A few components of the breakfast have become staples, such as the strawberry, banana santa hats topped with mini marshmallows and the powdered donuts north pole tower.

elf on the shelf idea north pole breakfast donuts and strawberry banana santa hats and free printable for sign

After they were a such a big hit last year, the chocolate reindeer donuts also made an appearance again this year.

To add something fun and new, this year I made Christmas tree pancakes. I just added green food coloring to our pancake mix, then used my biscuit cutters to make different size circles. I stacked the pancakes and added a gold glitter star to the top (taped to a cake pop stick). These were pretty easy to make and the boys loved them!

christmas tree pancake stack for north pole breakfast

I made a new North Pole sign and gift tags again this year. I really like that every year has its own sign and since I haven’t seen any new ones on Pinterest the last few years making my own has become part of the tradition.

elf on the shelf idea north pole breakfast for arrival with free printables

We re-read the our Elf on the Shelf book like we do every year and the boys opened their gifts from Jingle Bell (JB). Hudson got an awesome magnetic tic tac toe and checkers set, holiday window clings, bookmarks and an elf on the shelf activity pack. Luc got a magnetic North Pole activity set, holiday window clings, an elf on the shelf activity pack and a coloring book.

gifts from elf for north pole breakfast

north pole magnetic scene from target dollar spot gift from elf for north pole breakfast

window clings gift for north pole breakfast

Both boys thanked me for the fun breakfast and thanked JB for the gifts. They both told Jingle Bell how much they love him which was the cutest thing ever! We had such a fun morning!

elf on the shelf idea north pole breakfast for arrival with free printables

To get this year’s North Pole Breakfast printable, Click Here.

north pole breakfast free printable for elf on the shelf arrival

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

The Sugar Cane Train Holiday Express

If you are in Maui from November 24th – December 25th this is a must! As a kid we used to ride the Sugar Cane Train every time we went to Maui. I have fond memories of it, but my parents tell me it was so slow and boring. Even still, I always hoped I would be able to take my kids on it one day, but they closed it down a few years ago, so it didn’t happen. When they announced last year that they were re-opening the Sugar Cane Train for the holidays with a Christmasy twist I knew I wanted to take the kids on it. We absolutely loved it! A real train ride with Santa, lights, holiday music, cookies and snow!! It was the perfect way to kick off the holiday season.

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

 

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

Last year, once Santa boarded the train he sat in one spot and elves brought the kids to him. This worked out awesome for us because we were the first ones there and ended up in the seats next to Santa. This year, Santa walked through the train and although we personally had less time with Santa, it worked much better overall. This year they also added a Premium ticket option that included extra time with Santa, a souvenir photo and an extra toy. A cookie, milk and a train whistle are already included in the general ticket and this event is already quite pricey so we decided to skip the Premium experience. Another big change from last year is that everyone was assigned a car. This made the loading process go quicker, but make sure if you are going with a large group to buy your tickets together so you will all be placed in the same car. Last year the train was decorated as Rudolph, but this year, they used a real vintage steam locomotive to pull the train, which was pretty cool. After our ride, they even let kids check out the engine.

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

My biggest tip is to line up for your car as soon as you get there and once you enter your car sit on the side furthest from the ocean (when facing the front of the train you want to be on the left side). All the action happens out the windows on the left side of the train. I don’t want to share too much because I love a little magic and surprise, but I will say to bring your camera and be ready for a fun and magical night.

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

sugar cane train - holiday express - west maui with kids - things to do

Click here to get all the details and purchase tickets. Mele Kalikimaka!

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

West Maui Travel with Toddlers

Oh Maui, where do I begin. The awesome beaches, the rainbows, the snorkeling, the marine animals and so much delicious food all make this one of the best places to travel to with your kids. We have been going every year since Hudson was a baby and always have the best time. We make adjustments to our trip based on the kids ages, but find that we are still able to pack in tons of fun and adventure. Back pre-kids, we used to venture to the other side of the island more for things like Haleakala and the Road to Hana, but with kids we prefer to limit long car rides and find there is still tons to do on the West Side of Maui. Here are some of my favorite places to eat and favorite things to do. 🙂 If you have anything to add to this list, please let me know in the comments below.

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

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ACTIVITIES

Snorkeling – My husband and I absolutely love diving and snorkeling. We have been taking the kids out in the ocean since they were babies and every year we get closer and closer to actual snorkeling (hopefully someday they will want to dive with us too).

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

When they were babies, we just used a baby float and infant lifevest to take them into the ocean.

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

Around age 3, we start using the Sea Window Snorkeling Raft. This raft is so awesome. Hudson has been able to see coral, tropical fish, turtles and even swam with a pod of spinner dolphins using this raft (to see a clip of the spinner dolphins check out my instagram). We have also used this raft to take out my grandma and mother-in-law. So many people have used it to experience the amazing magic under the ocean that wouldn’t have been able to otherwise. (One tip, I highly recommend that two adults hold onto either side of the raft while in use as strong winds can blow it over. We also always put our children in vests while using the raft.)

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

This year was the first year both boys tried real snorkel equipment. Luc only looked under water a few times, but Hudson did great. I recommend practicing in the pool first to get comfortable and if your kid isn’t ready for a snorkel, swim goggles are also awesome for looking under water.

Swimming – This is an everyday activity for us while in Maui. We usually head to the beach in the morning, then spend the afternoons in the pool. Pretty much every resort has awesome pools to enjoy and you just can’t beat the giant “salt water pool” 😉

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Boating – In my opinion, there is just something so special about being out in the ocean on the water. It is a different experience than going to the beach and with all the marine life in Maui you never know what you will see. Over the years we have seen huge pods of spinner dolphins, bottlenose dolphins, humpback whales, pilot whales, green sea turtles, galapagos sharks and reef sharks.

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

There are tons of boating companies to choose from. Hawaiian Ocean Rafting has zodiac boats so you can go out in a smaller group and be closer to the water. Obviously this is a different kind of trip than a large cruising boat (usually no amenities) so keep in mind your kid’s ages and if they have prior experience on the water. The Pride of Maui has larger boats that might be more comfortable with small children and you still have a great chance of seeing spinner dolphins and whales during whale season and you still will be taken to some awesome snorkeling spots. Our boys have always loved being on boats, but every kid is different and you know your kids best, but if at all possible, I would try to book a boating trip.

The Beach – The beaches in Maui are so great and even in winter when the waves are much bigger there are still tons of kid-friendly beaches.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Kapalua is our absolute favorite. They have a parking lot, although it can sometimes be hard to find a spot, the walk in is easy and it is one of the prettiest, best protected beaches on the west side of the island. Kapalua is also great for taking the kids out swimming and snorkeling.

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Black Rock (Ka’anapali) is one of the most crowded beaches on the island, but for good reason. It is in front of tons of hotels and near Whalers Village, which has great shopping and dining. It also has a protected area to swim and snorkel (just watch out for the people jumping off the rock). Black Rock is very popular with a pod of spinner dolphins too so keep your eyes peeled!

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

Napili Bay Beach is another favorite with our kids. Parking can be a challenge, but it is a fun beach and usually pretty protected. We have never snorkeled here this time of year, although right around the corner is one of our favorite spots to see sea turtles. We usually spend our time making sand castles and splashing in the waves. You may want to bring your snorkel gear along though, because if the conditions are good, this has a reputation for being an awesome snorkel spot.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Honolua Bay usually has surf competitions happening in the winter months, which is fun to watch. During the summer, it is an amazing snorkel spot. We have only ever snorkeled the bay by boat, but it is one of our favorite spots and another popular spinner dolphin location. Honolua Bay is one of the most internationally famous surf spots on Maui and probably worth a glance for that reason alone. This area is quite cliffy though, so unless visiting by boat, we try not to bring the kids along.

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Ka’opala Beach is just off the Lower Honoapliilani Road and when we visited we had the whole beach to ourselves. There is space to park along the side of the road and stairs lead down to the beach. I would recommend going at low tide because it looks like the beach may disappear during high tide. This was a great spot for swimming and we even saw a few sea turtles even though the visibility wasn’t great because it was very sandy. This was our first visit to this beach and we already can’t wait to go back.

The Park – We didn’t make it to the park this year, probably because the kids are getting older so they are able to handle the beach and boat trips better, but for young kids the comfort of the park can’t be beat. Napili Park is where we go on the west side of the island.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

The AquariumThe Maui Ocean Center is our go to rainy day activity. We didn’t make it this year, but we have gone the last few years and the kids always love it. We have even seen a Tiger Shark, which was a huge hit with the kids.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

A Luau – I always recommend the Old Lahaina Luau for your first visit to Hawaii. Once you have been to a luau though, you probably don’t need to do it again. I particularly like this luau because it is traditional and authentic. Hawaiians don’t do fire dancing so you won’t find that here, which is a deal breaker for some, but I prefer to experience the dancing and traditions of the Hawaiian islands.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

The Sugar Cane Train Holiday Express – If you are in Maui from November 24th – December 25th this is a must! I grew up riding the Sugar Cane Train so this is total nostalgia for me. Then you add in the holiday factor and it is a great evening for adults and kids alike.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

DINING

Restaurants – Maui has so many amazing restaurants that you could easily eat out every night and be blown away. With kids though, we try to limit our nights out so this list is our absolute favorites.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Hula Grill – We love heading to Black Rock in the morning to hang out at the beach and snorkel. Then we head to Hula Grill for lunch. They have tables in the sand with live Hawaiian music and the best Lava Flows on the island (in my humble opinion).

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Sansei – Ideally make a reservation for opening (5:15pm). They have happy hour prices, it is relatively noisy so kids aren’t a problem and they get you in and out quickly. My top recommendations are: Panko Crusted Fresh Ahi Sashimi, Cajun Seared Walu Sashimi, Sansei’s Shrimp Dynamite, Matsuhisa Style Miso Butterfish, Sweet Onion Tempura Rings and the Apple Tart.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Roys – Roys wouldn’t seem like a kid friendly restaurant, but they bring out little appetizers for the kids keeping them occupied with food for longer. I think in all it ends up being 4 courses: cheese quesadillas, fruits and veggies (carrots and celery with ranch and apple slices), the main course and dessert. My boys also always seem to really like their meals from Roys. The chocolate souffle is the highlight of the meal for me and not to be missed (ask for an extra scoop of vanilla ice cream – trust me it needs two scoops!).

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Kimos – I have been going to this restaurant since I was a little kid. It has a great menu, great lava flows and a stunning view (what more could you want?) It has become tradition for Nic and I to go for a date night to celebrate our anniversary, but this restaurant is very kid friendly as well (most places in Maui are since it is such a popular family destination). My favorite preparation is the parmesan crusted fresh fish and Nic’s is the Kimo’s Style. The fish is caught fresh so every night they inform you which type of fish goes with each preparation. Also, when you make your reservation and when you check in ask about a table with a view. They can’t guarantee it, but usually are able to accommodate that request. The sunsets from Kimos are always stunning so it is well worth it. If you are celebrating a birthday or anniversary they also give you a complimentary Hula Pie which is enormous and delicious.

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Lahaina Grill – This restaurant is not kid friendly in my opinion, but it is one of my favorites. If you can, get a babysitter for a night and splurge on this restaurant. I know all the hype is about Mama’s Fish House (which is on the other side of the island), but I would chose Lahaina Grill over Mama’s every day of the week. The bread and butter alone are worth it! I also love the cake walk trio appetizer, which is lobster and crab cake, an ahi tuna cake and a white shrimp cake. Then for my main course I always get the special which is usually a panko crusted white fish with a homemade risotto (it is always slightly different, but always amazing!).

Quick Bites/Take-out:

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

When traveling with kids, a relaxing meal out can quickly turn into a nightmare with little kids. We try to grab take-out as much as we can and save the dinners out for a few select restaurants. Here are a few of our favorites – Joey’s Kitchen (the short ribs and brussel sprouts are amazing), Maui Tacos (we always get the pulled pork nachos), The Coffee Store (the ice blended banana mocha is amazing!), aa Roots (vegan restaurant with delicious acai bowls, smoothies and curry), Ohana Tacos (the fish and shrimp tacos are both delicious) and Leoda’s Kitchen and Pie Shop (this one involves a bit of a drive, but the banana cream pie is the best I have ever had! You can also stop at the Oluwalu Juice Stand for a smoothie and awesome photo ops).

west maui with kids - things to do and places to eat

Shopping:

Whaler’s Village – I’m not a big shopper, but I do like taking a peak at the stores in Whaler’s Village. My favorite stop is Honolua Cookies to grab the most delicious pineapple shaped white chocolate peppermint cookies for the holidays. Yum! There is also a fun mural wall at Whalers Village, so be sure to stop there for the perfect Instagram pic.

things to do and places to eat in west maui with kids

Lahaina Outlets and Front Street – If you are in Maui for Thanksgiving and want to take part in Black Friday, Lahaina Outlets is a great place to head to. They offer free parking on Black Friday and if you get bored with the main shopping center a walk along Front Street is always fun.

As you can see, there are tons of fun things to do with kids on Maui. As I was writing this post, I looked back at the past few years of vacations to Hawaii and was really impressed with how much we did each trip. It truly is one of the best family-friendly destinations and the perfect mix of amazing food, adventure and relaxation (well as much relaxation as is possible with little kids around, lol.) If you decide to visit Maui, I hope you love it as much as our family does. Aloha!

Tropical Paper Chain Countdown

Tropical Paper Chain Countdown

We obviously love paper chain countdowns in our house. We make them for everything and the kids and I love them. Before our Hawaii trip  I had been thinking that a tropical themed countdown would be fun and I knew pineapples and flowers would be perfect.

Tropical Paper Chain Countdown

I figured I would check Pinterest first to see if anyone else had done something similar and came across the cutest pineapple countdown by Short Stop Designs. I downloaded her free printable (you can too by clicking the link to her blog) and we made pineapples, but I still wanted to add some flowers into the mix. I found a free flower printable on Pinterest and used that too. I still felt it needed a bit more, so I cut out a smaller pink center for my flowers and made a stem using a snowflake punch and orange construction paper. To add these to your flowers, CLICK HERE to download my free printable. You can just print them out directly onto pink and orange construction paper, then cut them out and glue them to the center of your flowers.

Tropical Paper Chain Countdown

I then used the Simple Stories Wish You Were Here Digital Collection to make the countdown sign. I let the boys cut the 1.5″ inch paper strips and they helped staple them together. Didn’t it turn out so cute?! I actually kept “forgetting” to have the boys pull chains off the countdown because I loved looking at it so much.

Tropical Paper Chain Countdown

*This free printable from thecreativecopycat.com is for personal use only, you may not sell, share or link directly to this file.

Tropical Paper Chain Countdown
Tropical Paper Chain Countdown
Tropical Paper Chain Countdown