I know it’s still early to think about the holidays. We still have Halloween and Thanksgiving to get though before dusting off the Elf on the Shelf. But, these advent calendars for Christmas 2016 from LEGO, Disney and Fisher-Price Little People are really cool and they are available now.
The LEGO City Advent calendar has 290 pieces and is geared for kids ages 5 to 12 years old. If you’re not familiar with the set, it has 24 perforated doors on the box. Each door numbered 1 through 24, which correlate with the days of the month, contains a packaged LEGO building kit. There’s also a flap on the box that lays down to create a LEGO City Town scene for the kids to play with their Lego creations. See everything that’s included in the set here.
Star Wars fans young and “older,” will enjoy The LEGO Star Wars Advent Calendar. Ignore the fact that C3PO is silver or that Chewbacca is as white as snow, the powers of the Dark Side are calling. Luke will have his choice of several weapons and vehicles to take with him into battle. Open up a different door each day in December to reveal a new Star Wars gift. See everything that’s included in the set here.
Disney Tsum Tsum is all the rage right now. So it’s no surprise that the Disney Tsum Tsum Advent calendar is already on the Amazon Best Sellers list. Your child will enjoy opening a new window of the Gingerbread themed scene. Each day revels a new surprise. There are 18 Tsum Tsum figures and 6 seasonal head pieces. See everything that’s included in the set here.
The Fisher-Price Little People Advent Calendar is good for kids too young for LEGO sets, but old enough for imaginary play. It includes 24 Little People friends and holiday themed accessories. You can even use the Little People Advent Calendar to practice numbers and counting with your toddler. See everything that’s included in the set here.
Advent Calendars for Christmas 2016
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