For generations, families have marked Advent and the countdown to Christmas in many ways. The first printed "Advent calendar" was made in the 1800s in Germany and included pictures that were attached to the Advent calendar, one for each day in December. Advent calendars can be found everywhere Christmas is celebrated. Many Advent calendars feature wooden boxes with a door for each day of December. These wooden Advent calendars
often feature little ornaments or treats behind each door. Other Advent calendars depict the Nativity scene
. Some such Nativity scene Advent calendars
have a nativity figure to place each day in December as a way to countdown to Christmas. A sweet treat is a chocolate Advent calendar
where children can celebrate Advent by opening a door each day in December to reveal a sweet piece of chocolate to be enjoyed.YonderStar.com donates 10% of all profits to The Nature Conservancy and Food for the Poor.
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