Christmas Gifting / 22 October, 2023 / Christina Walter

The Best Kids’ Advent Calendars For Your Christmas Countdown

We’ve researched the best Christmas advent calendars for your family’s countdown to the big day. Whether you’re a fan of the traditional picture windows, those stuffed with toys and chocolates or even the calendars that allow you to personalise each window with your own little gifts, here you’ll fine inspo for all.

Traditional

Flashback to the 80’s and early 90’s when the Christmas advent calendars were no frills but it was just so damn exciting to see what picture was behind a new door each morning.

There is something quite special about a traditional advent calendar.

Toys and Accessories

There are so many different types of toy advent calendars on offer, from Playmobil and Baby Annabell to Mario, LEGO and Disney, whatever your child is into there is sure to be an advent calendar to suit.

Book collections advent calendar

This new book collection’s advent calendar trend has to be my favourite. What could be better than finding a book behind every window on the countdown to the big day? You can’t go wrong with Julia Donaldson, Marvel or Bluey for little ones, and for older kids, check out the Disney Twisted Tales calendar and enjoy stories and activities every day in Advent!

Personalised

If you’re into personalisation, we’ll leave the gift buying up to you. Here are some gorgeous options:

Chocolate and Treats

If it’s all about chocolate in your house like it is in mine, there you won’t have trouble finding your favourite brand. Here are a few of our favourites:

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