Who doesn’t love celebrating and preparing for the holiday season? The joyful carols, decadent baking, festive malls, and tree decorating all magnify the anticipation of Christmas morning. It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s the middle of November right now and for many, the countdown to Christmas has already started. But, for those you love to stick with tradition or are inspired by the message and reminders of hope, reflection and excited expectation, the Advent Calendars is a meaningful and fun part of the festive season. This year, the 2020 Advent Calendars are delightful and will help you and your family celebrate the arrival of Christmas.
The Michael Storrings Snowscape Advent Calendar will make your holiday season merry and bright. Its cover is festive, cheerful, and filled with all things Christmasy. Children are skating, people are shopping, and a huge tree is decorated with an abundance of lights and ornaments. Kids will look forward to opening a window each day during the 24 days prior to Christmas day. Each flap has a fun and heartwarming activity hidden behind it that the whole family can do as they draw a day closer to the best day of the year. It has a ribbon hanger so you can display the calendar in your favorite easy-to-reach spot all December. No peeking!
The Festive Bookshelf Advent Calendar features rows and rows of vintage books that adore several shelves. These books will reveal a secret message during the holiday season. Some of the books have numbers on them to correspond with the countdown to Christmas. Open the flap and enjoy the magical artwork embellished with foil and inspirational words. It has a red ribbon on the top for easy display and can be enjoyed year after year.
The Countdown to Christmas is a delightful board book for toddlers. It’s filled with adorable animals celebrating the holiday season by decorating the tree and home, baking festive foods, and waiting for Santa. Each page has a dial on the side that young children can turn and watch the images change right in front of them. The back of the book is the most exciting. It has a fold-out advent calendar just for kids. It features a whimsical outdoor Christmas woodland scene and there are 24 tiny flaps kids can open as Christmas day approaches. Plus, it’s a fun way for toddlers to learn how to count. It’s the perfect storybook and advent calendar for babies and toddlers.
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