Toy Advent Calendars are becoming more and more popular. Many parents prefer to buy a non-chocolate calendar. And the anticipation of a daily surprise gift can help kids cope with their excitement in the run-up to the big day.
Crayola Christmas Advent Calendar
This is the first Crayola advent calendar I’ve seen. It contains craft projects, homemade gifts, finger puppets and colouring activities. Great for keeping the little ones entertained while they wait for Santa.
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – Lego Friends And Lego Star Wars
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – Playmobil
Here’s two Christmassy advent calendars from Playmobil – The Royal Ice-skating Trip and Christmas On The Farm.
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – Mega-blocks
Here at Must Have Toys, we love the Minions. This is a fabulous Advent Calendar with lots of interesting characters and accessories to play with.
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – Match Attax
The football trading game calendar features 24 packets and an exclusive gold limited addition card.
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – Playdoh
The Playdoh Advent Calendar has lots of surprise stampers as well as little pots of Playdoh.
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – Schleich
Toy Advent Calendars 2017 – VTech Toot Toot Animals
If you’ve got girls, this beauty advent calendar by Amazon is worth checking out. It’s contains lots of good products for teens which lots of the beauty calendars don’t.
We also love the Melissa and Doug Countdown to Christmas Calendar below. There’s a bauble to add to the tree for every day in December and star for the top of the tree. This is one to keep and bring out every year.
But if you still want a chocolate advent calendar, you can’t beat the classic Lindt one below.
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