When I was growing up I loved having an advent calendar at Christmas. They’ve since become much more elaborate, but we just had the simple ones with a piece of chocolate in them each day. The funny thing is I didn’t even like milk chocolate growing up – I would always give it to my dad to eat. But it was just the excitement of getting one day closer to Christmas and seeing what sort of shape or fun surprise would be behind that door.
There are now tons of different advent calendars – and Disney is no exception! I’m impressed with how many Disney advent calendars are available, and I know if I’d had these growing up I would have loved them. Of course, there’s nothing that says I can’t get an advent calendar as an adult! We could all use a little extra cheer right now.
I decided to put together this list of Disney advent calendars in case anyone is looking for something fun for their kids this December (or for themselves!).
Best Disney Advent Calendars:
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8 year old Becky would have loved this. An adorable little toy or accessory based on animated Disney movies for every day.
LEGO seems to be something that’s great for all ages, from younger kids to adults. And with this Star Wars one that includes minifigs and tiny ships it’s certain to be a hit in your family. And the Darth Vader mini fig is wearing a Christmas sweater – amazing.
This is a nice option if you’re looking for something to reuse from year to year. Instead of getting a little trinket every day, you have a plush Mickey gingerbread man to move one day closer to Christmas.
Count down to Christmas with Anna and Elsa – on this reusable calendar you spin around the tiles each day until you form a complete picture by Christmas.
This book (which also includes a 28 page guide to Halloween Town) has a big pop-up Christmas tree in the center and includes 25 days of ornaments you can use to decorate the paper tree.
If you’d like to provide your own little items or sweets in an advent calendar, you can get beautiful ones with a Disney theme that are handmade on Etsy – like this Disney Christmas tree.
This Etsy creator has beautiful handmade Disney pins and badges, and you can get many different surprises with the advent calendar!
I don’t necessarily need more socks, but I feel like I do need socks with baby yoda… this one is very tempting!
The librarian part of me absolutely loves this one. Get a short Disney themed Christmas storybook every night before Christmas. Not only is it a great way to countdown, it will also get you reading before bed!
If you want one of those classic chocolate advent calendars like I had as a kid, you can get it with a Disney twist.
This one is great for kids, with miniatures, stickers, and more.
For those into fashion and accessories, you can get this one with a Minnie Mouse doll and different outfits or accessories each day.
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Which Disney advent calendar would you most be interested in purchasing?