Advent Calendars

Advent Calendars for Children

Calendars with Scripture and Chocolate / Fabric Advent Calendars

Holy Family Jumbo Advent Calendar
Holy Family Jumbo Advent Calendar

The season of Advent, the time of preparation for the coming of Christ at Christmas and the start of the liturgical year in the Roman Catholic Church begins on Sunday, December 1, 2013.

The Advent Calendar is believed to have been created by Christians in the early 19th century to mark the days of Advent leading up to Christmas. The Advent calendar counts down the 24 days of December ending on Christmas Eve.

Advent calendars are a great way to engage your kids in the entire Christmas season by helping them channel their anticipation and excitement of Christmas Day while keeping that anticipation focused on the birth of the baby Jesus.

It is a joyful and popular children’s Advent activity that helps kids learn how to join with the Church in waiting, expectation, and preparation of the Advent season.

Some of our Advent calendars have doors that open to reveal a scripture from the Bible, while others have symbols that are individually placed on the calendar for each day. Some special Advent calendars even have chocolates hidden behind each door or window.

Whatever kind of Advent calendar you choose, your child is sure enjoy this fun Christian tradition!

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