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LEGO Advent Calendars – LEGO’s Way of Ushering in the Christmas Holidays
THE LEGO Advent Calendar got its name from the Season of Advent observed in Christendom as the period of “expectant waiting” and preparation for Christmas Day (the celebration of Christ’s nativity). In some countries in Europe like in Denmark and Germany, there is a tradition of presenting a scene from the Nativity Story using a flip calendar while giving small gifts to children each day from the first of December up to Christmas Eve. LEGO adapted the practice and introduced their very first LEGO Advent Calendar in 1998.
Each Advent Calendar set consists of 24 surprise toy models – and the idea is that one surprise model will be unpacked one day at a time starting December 1 to 24, the eve before Christmas Day. LEGO Advent Calendars are based from popular LEGO sets; they can range from Star Wars, Harry Potter, LEGO City, and LEGO Friends – and different themes are produced every year.
Ring in the holiday season with fun and excitement by owning a LEGO Advent Calendar set. There are 24 different buildable presents, one for each day until Christmas Day. Enjoy a surprising Christmas season by grabbing a LEGO Advent Calendar set today!