We had great fun hiding the letters in different locations for the children to find each day. Harry Potter fans will love this advent calendar containing 24 Pocket Pop! Our teenage Potterhead thought this was nothing short of brilliant. Smiggle has done it again — no wonder this is the must-have advent calendar for stationery-loving kids of a certain age.
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This limited edition hand-embroidered Scandi style advent calendar is a collaboration between Sophie Conran and Biscuiteers. Designed to become a festive family keepsake, the idea is that you fill each pocket with one of the 24 luxe biscuits from the gorgeous advent biscuit tin. The only problem will be leaving each biscuit untouched until the relevant day! Buy biscuit tin now Buy calendar now. It comes in an exquisite little suitcase which our six-year-old tester loved almost as much as the calendar itself and inside are numbered trays which reveal small wooden pieces.
Over the month, you get to build a beautiful woodland Advent scene. We love this award-winning, innovative advent calendar. The beautifully-designed box contains 24 drawers, each of which holds a vegan chocolate and a 3D animal puzzle with a quirky fact card. The outer sleeve of the box doubles as a playmat to use with the animal figures. And we love that the chocolate contains no refined sugar and comes wrapped in clear film that is per cent plant-based and completely home compostable.
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Each window of this stylish advent calendar contains a foil-wrapped milk chocolate festive character with a delicious gianduja filling. Younger kids might find the taste a bit rich we hope but our choc-loving teen testers thought these were scrumptious. Available from October You can personalise this Kinder advent calendar with any image of your choice; a photo of the lucky recipient or even use one of their own drawings.
For a chocolate advent calendar with a twist, we think this makes a lovely gift. Trust us: little fans of the Vtech toot-toot range of toys will love this. The box eventually folds flat to reveal a snowy, festive scene, and behind each door is a MagicPoint character or a related play accessory. We had to hold our four-year-old tester back from trying to open the whole thing in one go — be warned — and keeping track of all the pieces over the month was a challenge, but it brought our tester a lot of joy. We love that the completed characters can be turned into Christmas tree decorations.
Call us old-fashioned, but the Cadbury heroes advent calendar was by far the biggest hit in our house. Buying a few of these for big households is doable, which is not the case for some of the pricier options. On some occasions, we earn revenue if you click the links and buy the products, but we never allow this to bias our coverage. The reviews are compiled through a mix of expert opinion and real-world testing.
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