What is it
The Harry Potter® Magical Infinity Advent Calendar will delight any Harry Potter® fan. Turning the box through 180 degrees you will get your first sight of the numbered boxes to open. Where is number 1? If it isn’t immediately visible you will have to use some magic to find it…. Rotate the two columns once, twice, possibly up to four times to reveal where all the numbered boxes are… On each day in December open the boxes to reveal a broad selection of Harry Potter goodies. From collectable plushies to stickers, to key rings, to pin badges and even reusable bags. All items are unique to this calendar and not available to purchase elsewhere. There really is only one advent calendar like this on the market for Harry Potter® fans.
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What our team of testers said
"Now I have a set of magnets." - Girl aged 6
"Moving the calendar is fun - it moves loads of ways." - Boy aged 8
- Increases numeracy skills
- Develops storytelling
- Great for hand-eye coordination
What our experts think
Advent calendars are great for channelling children’s excitement as they count down the days to Christmas. Our testers were very impressed with the ‘infinity box’ style as it added to the magical world of Harry Potter. Some of the little gifts were more popular than others, for example, the younger children loved the plush toys and collecting the charms, however, were less impressed by the temporary tattoos.
The children did find the advent calendar really captivating and they loved that the characters on each draw connected with what was inside e.g. “Hermione had to fight a troll, that’s why she’s here.” The advent calendar would also be great to restock for other years as the children really engaged with rotating it to find each numbered draw.
- RRP: £69.99
- Brands: Kids@Play
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Playsets & collectibles
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Fine motor skills
Numeracy, counting & money
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Speech, language and communication skills
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing