How is it November the 06th already? Time to get a move on! So, I have given you alternative Xmas Calendars for the ladies and Alternative Xmas calendars for the gents. Today, I bring you the alternative Xmas calendars for the kids! Last year we bought Finlay his first luxury advent calendar and I was blown away. It really was amazing and a great price. Finlay loved the fact that he had a little xmas toy to open each day on the countdown to Christmas. Not only that, but as the days went on, he created a fantastic little xmas scene. I have been a bit slow this year and I haven’t actually bought him one yet, hopefully this guide can help us all decide which ones to purchase. So here are my favourites for 2017!
ASDA, Peppa Pig Advent, £25.00
Count down to Xmas with ASDA and Peppa pig, a must have for any Peppa Pig fan! Contains 12 Peppa Pig Figures and 12 accesories, which will keep the little ones excited right up until the 25th!
Moonpig, My Litlle Pony Advent Calendar, £10.00
This My Little Pony Calendar is Jame packed full of Stickers, Pens, Pencils, Crayons and stampers. Perfect for any My Little Pony Fan!
ELC, Big City Advent, £25.00
Each day your little one can find a fantastic Big City Toy inside, from helicoptors to diggers and cars. A great calendar for any car and transport fan to add to their collection!
EBAY, Christmas Kinder Egg Holder Advent Calendar, £23.39
This awesome freestanding MDF Christmas tree holds 24 Kinder Eggs (not included!). Contains engraved numbers above each egg, this is the perfect gift for any Kinder egg fan, or for anyone looking for something a little bit different!
Tesco, Kelloggs Variety Advent Calendar, £4.00
Exclusive to Tesco, the 24 Bowls til Xmas will be able to tuck into 25-days worth of their favourite Kellogg’s mini variety packs, and behind each door there is also a cute festive message to help get you into the Christmas cheer.
Playmobil, Christmas on the Farm, £19.99
Santa Claus and his Angel are coming to Christmas on the farm and are bring loads of presents and friends with them. oads of little extra are included in this calendar, with a suprise behind every door!
ELC, Happyland Advent Calendar, £25.00
This fun advent calendar features no sweet treats but 24 happyland surprises behind each door! Each day in December, watch the excited little ones open the numbered doors of their advent calendar to see what’s inside – is it an angel, a happy snowman or maybe Santa himself?
Argos, Paw Patrol Advent, £24.99
Count down to Christmas with the PAW Patrol Advent Calendar. There are 24 gifts for every day leading up to the big day! Open a door each day and reveal a new mini PAW Patrol figure or accessory.
An Elf for Xmas, Advent Elf Letter Set, £12.95
A little spin on your average Advent Calendar for those Xmas Elf Fans! A new letter for every day of Advent from your little Elf pen friend – the perfect countdown to Christmas. Arriving in charming little numbered envelopes, these enchanting notes will let children in on the secret fun, magic and mayhem that goes on at Santa’s workshop throughout December.
Vtec, Toot Toot Drivers Advent, £24.99
Countdown to Christmas day with the fabulous Toot-Toot Drivers advent calendar from VTech! Featuring 24 fun play pieces including a cute, interactive Toot-Toot Drivers Truck, detachable trailer with SmartPoint location, Christmas decorations, road signs and lots more mini surprises.
Lego Shop, Lego City Advent Calendar, £19.99
Celebrate the holidays with LEGO City flair, featuring 24 different surprises, one for each day of the season, including Santa’s sleigh, a gingerbread house, Christmas tree, plane, snowman, coast guard helicopter and much more. Includes several different builds and 6 minifigures.
Amazon, Crayola Christmas Countdown Activity Advent, £19.99
This kit includes a 24-day calendar of surprises that offers a daily dose of creativity for every day of the holiday season. Packed with craft projects, homemade gifts, finger puppets, and coloring activities.
I’m really struggling to decide this year, we had the Playmobil farm one last year and loved it, but we can’t have the same and the others are just a it too girly or not xmasy enough. Whats your favourite? Have you already got yours?