There’s no doubt Toy Advent Calendars are becoming very popular. Many parents prefer these advent calendars to more traditional ones. An advent calendar makes a great gift. What’s more, the anticipation of a daily surprise can help kids cope with their excitement as Christmas comes. So, below is our pick for 2019. Don’t worry, we’ll be updating this page as we find more and more new advent calendars. In case you can’t find of these any locally we’ve included links to Amazon [Disclosure].
Love this Advent gift from Baby Annabell. Includes 24 Christmas-themed clothing and accessories for dolls up to 43cm.
New for 2020 and featuring 6 minifigures, 6 figures, 12 mini builds and a code to Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga game content.
Comes with Barbie doll as well a surprise a day!
Thomas The Tank Engine Minis
For ages 3+ with 24 Christmassy engines.
For ages 6+. New for 2020 featuring Santa’s Workshop.
The LEGO City Advent Calendar 2020 contains 24 mini festive builds inspired by other popular LEGO City sets, and a snowy city playmat
For ages 3+. Countdown to Christmas with the PJ Masks team. Discover a surprise toy behind each door of the PJ Masks advent calendar. With 24 exciting pieces to collect including Cat boy, Gekko, Owlette, Romeo and Luna Girl figures to name just a few. There’s also a whole host of Christmas accessories, including a Christmas Tree.
Countdown to Christmas with this official Pokémon Advent Calendar! Behind each of the doors on the Pokémon Advent Calendar there’s a surprise in store. Complete with 16 awesome 2-inch in scale action figures and 6 themed accessories. Each 2-inch Pokémon figure in the Calendar is coated in a special finish to mark the occasion.
Behind each door is a small winter-themed PAW Patrol collectible Kids can uncover their favourite pups dressed up for the winter, a sleigh, snowman, Christmas trees and more.
Harry Potter Cube Calendar
Make the run-up to Christmas more exciting than ever with the 24 door Hogwarts Advent Calendar. Behind each door, there is an exciting item from the Harry Potter series. Fun toy surprises: The Harry Potter Advent Calendar Cube includes pin badges, character backpack buddies, wand backpack buddies, and a wonderful Harry Potter snow globe
Count down the days before Christmas with the BRIO Advent Calendar 2020. Fold down the packaging front cover to reveal a Christmas scene full of fun. Day by day, each door features a BRIO toy that is compatible with the BRIO World railway system. A lovely accessory to your wooden train set. For ages 3+.
Melissa And Doug Countdown to Christmas
This is a wonderful non-chocolate Advent Calendar. Furthermore, you can use it year after year.
The Twelve Days of Christmas with Roald Dahl
New last year. It’s not quite an advent calendar but it’s a book of festive things to make and do.
What are Advent Calendars?
Did you know an Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count the days until Christmas? The tradition is for 24 doors. This means there is one for each day of December. In the past, advent calendars were paper or card and behind each day would be a picture. Now, there is a trend for the doors of an advent calendar to reveal a gift or sweet treat. Read more about Advent Calendars on Wikipedia.
Toy Advent Calendars
In 2019, toy advent calendars are very popular. Furthermore, they are a great way to break-up the excitement before Christmas. All the top brands and characters are starting to product Advent Calendars. Besides, Toy Advent Calendars make a very good non-chocolate alternative.
Other non-chocolate Advent Calendars
Finally, Advent Calendars are not just for children. There has been a huge surge in the popularity of make-up and beauty calendars. One of our favourite calendars of this year is the Pringles one because it’s great for sharing.
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