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Playmobil Advent Calendar: Xmas in Forest


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  • Kids will enjoy the 24-day countdown to Christmas Eve
  • There is a separate box for every day
  • Has an exciting surprise inside each box
  • Cute forest animals help celebrate the holidays
  • This calendar has a feeding time theme
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11.8 x 15.8 x 3 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Origin: Czech Republic
  • ASIN: B000NVI0BM
  • Item model number: 4155
  • Our recommended age: 4 - 12 years
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 4 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #191,587 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Cool! The brand new boy and girl themed Advent Calendars!

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Customer Reviews

The numbers are easy to read.
MKnight
I know my kids will each want to take it with them when they 'leave the nest'!
J. Huff
My girls, 5 and 8, love this toy.
Jess

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Joseph TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 10, 2008
Every year's Playmobil Advent Calendar is a treat. The calendar basically has two parts, both revolving around 24 little playmobile animals, Santas, presents, and other Christmas-oriented toys: (1) a stand-up sheet to which parents attach 24 little boxes, one for each day of December until Christmas, and (2) a little tableau, where the kids can set up the toys as they open them. Each day, the kids get to open a box and place the toy on the tableau, setting up a scene that will be finished by Christmas Eve.

The 2008 calendar, "Christmas in the Forest," is my favorite yet. Santa is bringing presents (mostly food) to the animals of the forest, so the set has a bunch of mother and baby animals, together with Santa, a sled, and plenty of delicious treats. Playmobil did a great job with this year's calendar. If you don't have one yet, go get one and catch up!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By goonius on November 28, 2009
We just finished assembling our advent calender for this year, and it's everything I'd hoped it would be. Better than last year's pirate theme, this one has a Christmas theme.

The beginning of December begins with a quiet wood, that over the first four days of December accumulates a few trees, birds, and scenic items. Then animals arrive, one by one each day - sometimes bringing food along with them. First come the deer, a buck, a fawn, and a doe, later mama and baby raccoons, boar, foxes, badgers, and mice. A few fir trees are thrown in on a couple of the days, and the final three days are devoted to: 22. Santa's 'sleigh' (Santa pulls this himself) 23. A whole bunch of food for the animals - presumably that which Santa is delivering on his sleigh, and finally on the 24th, Santa Claus himself.

Our calender has an improvement over the previous years' in that you do not have to assemble 24 boxes. Instead, you only have to assembled a 4-piece divider within a large box. This has a cover that goes over top, with doors which can be punched out to access each days' items. This leaves you instead with a box equal in size to the original box the set came in, which you could stand on a surface or hang via a punch-out hook on the back of the box. The placement of the cubby holes is still in random order, so you have to hunt a bit for each days' numbered door and corresponding items. The plus of all this is that assembly is brief, and consists mostly of locating the correct items and placing them in their slots, which I find to be the fun part anyway.

All in all, this is a very well-thought out set. I know the kids will be as happy as I am as they bring life to this lovely little forest.

For anyone wanting better pictures of this set, google: flickr playmobil advent.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jess on December 16, 2008
My girls, 5 and 8, love this toy. They alternate opening boxes, which teaches them patience.......probably the only educational value of this toy. They love to play with the little figurines and make up stories. It adds excitement as we build up for Christmas. As with all playmobil, the details of the pieces are very realistic. The pieces are small, and my kids love that. You'd probably have to be careful with it around small kids and dogs. The background scene is nice, but probably not really durable. However, having said that, the one from last year is still fine.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nicole Leishman on December 3, 2009
Last year we bought a Lego advent calendar. If you read the reviews of that you will see a common theme, that there are a lot of senseless little pieces that are not exciting and it really doesn't make any sense or come together in a really definable scene. This one is SO MUCH BETTER! There are a few days where you get some small items, but there are also a lot of days you get larger items, such as animals. I think that these are a little bit more expensive, but the value is evident as soon as you open the box. There is the added fun of the backdrop that you can use to set the scene against as you open the doors and reveal the pieces. Now, I will say, there is A LOT more set-up involved in these. The calendar is not already set up. You have to punch out the divider tabs and fold the little cubbies, AND, all the little pieces are in plastic baggies all mixed up and you have to separate them out and put them in the calendar. It took me a few minutes of staring at it to process what I was looking at and then it took me about 20 minutes to get it all set up. Actually, I had fun, but some of you might not and so you need to be aware of the work involved, because you HAVE to set it up before you give it to the child or they will know what all the pieces are. Overall, if you are a die-hard Lego fan you probably love the Lego advent calendars despite what I find to be lacking value, because you can add the pieces to a Lego collection. If you love Playmobil, same thing with this one. However, if you are like me and have not decided on a camp, or are really just looking for a GREAT advent calendar, I would definitely recommend this one over the Lego. We also have the Police themed one, and it is also very cute and well worth the money. This one was purchased for our almost 3 year old and the police one was purchased for our almost 5 year old. They are perfect for their respective recipients.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By T. Moz on December 16, 2008
My 7 year old daughter is loving this advent calendar. She couldn't care less that there's no chocolate involved. The mommy and baby animals make for good teaching moments and there's lots of potential for imagination to be involved. Thank goodness for something that's not princesses or barbies or bathed in pink. Yay nature!
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