Tis the season to be jolly and to keep your kids vaguely sane in the run up to Christmas. An advent calendar simultaneously provides them with something fun to do every day while also reminding them of how close Christmas is getting.

Yeah, maybe it’s a little counterintuitive in keeping them calm. Either way, they’re a fun tradition and we’ve checked out the best advent calendars out there for your kids.

Now, it’s worth bearing in mind that you need to get in fast. The best advent calendars sell out quickly so you don’t want to wait around. No one wants a disappointed child because you waited too long and even with overnight shipping it won’t be here in time, right? We’ve covered a wide selection of advent calendars so there’s something for mostly every taste. Many of the advent calendars provide toys or gifts that you can use all year round too, making them good value.

Here’s our pick of the bunch.

Best For Older Kids (Or Kids Who Like To Think They Are): Mouttop Advent Calendar Charm Bracelet ($20)

The Mouttop Advent Calendar Charm Bracelet is a rather cute idea. On the first day, you’re given a charm bracelet with the rest of the month devoted to providing you with a new charm to attach to it each day. The charms represent a mixture of Christmassy style icons, hearts, stars, and other cute things.

The jewelry is made from environmental alloy and is free of any allergens, so it’s decent quality stuff. This is the perfect advent calendar for children that are adamant they’re more grown-up than they used to be but are still keen for cute, glitzy stuff.

Best For Variety: Hatchimals Colleggtibles Advent Calendar ($18)

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