Ravensburger children's "reading hub" advent calendar with 6 mini books from 6 years 109g

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Advent Calendar
  • 463012
  • 8000500321874
  • 20.04.2021
  • Contains milk, wheat, hazelnuts, butter, soya, barley May contain other nuts.
  • Cool (<25°)
Spend Advent in the wonderland of chocolate and reading! Children and Ravensburger have... more

Spend Advent in the wonderland of chocolate and reading!

Children and Ravensburger have decided to create a delightful Advent calendar combined with reading fun, created with creativity and love for children from 6 years of age. The "Readers' Raven" Advent calendar with fine children's chocolate in combination with 6 mini books enchants the children with great stories. Not only for the little bookworms, but for all who love a little piece of children's chocolate. 6 cute stories fill the Advent season with a mixture of adventure, love and pleasure.

The Ravensburg Advent calendar is so lovingly designed that you can look forward to new discoveries every day!

Ravensburg Advent Calendar

These delicious surprises are waiting behind the doors:

  • 5x children Bueno Mini
  • 6x children Country Mini
  • 6x Children Chocolate Mini
  • 1x children chocolate Santa Claus

 

...and that wasn't all... Here 6 Ravensburger mini-books await you, which make Advent a magical time with their exciting stories.

The following mini stories are ready to inspire you:

  • Max and Santa Claus
  • A tiger under the Christmas tree
  • The Secret Christmas Present
  • A new broom for Hexe Lametta
  • Riddle fun
  • The Olive Twist

The Schafi-Shop team wishes you a children's chocolate sweet Advent season and lots of fun reading!

brand: Kinder, Ravensburger
Zielgruppe: Boys, Girls
age group: from age of 6
product group: advent Calendar, book, chocolate, Sweets
Filling quantity (weight): 109g
Dimensions HxWxD (circa): 350x340x65 mm
Sweets for adults and kids: advent Calendar, chocolate, seasonal items
Made in: EU (Germany)
country of origin: EU / non-EU Agriculture
Gifts: Yes

Ravensburger Gruppe Logo

Herstellerkontakt: Ravensburger AG, Robert-Bosch-Str. 1, 88214 Ravensburg, Deutschland

Ravensburger LogoDie Ravensburger AG ist eine internationale Unternehmensgruppe mit langer Tradition und gewachsenen Werten. Ihre Mission lautet "Spielerische Entwicklung", ihre bedeutendste Marke, das blaue Dreieck, steht für die Werte Freude, Bildung und Gemeinsamkeit und ist eine der führenden Marken für Puzzles, Spiele und Beschäftigungsprodukte in Europa sowie für Kinder- und Jugendbücher im deutschsprachigen Raum. Spielwaren mit dem blauen Dreieck werden weltweit verkauft, und die internationalen Marken BRIO und ThinkFun ergänzen das Angebot der Unternehmensgruppe. 2.188 Mitarbeiter erwirtschafteten 2019 einen Umsatz von 524,2 Millionen Euro.*

Ravensburger ist vor allem durch diese Marken bekannt und beliebt geworden und fehlt eigentlich in keinem Kinderzimmer. Vor 40 Jahren ebenso wie heute.

Ravensburger: Spiele, Puzzle, 3D-Puzzle, Bücher, personalisierte Produkte unter my Ravensburger

Gravitrax: Spielerisch Schwerkraft erleben. Das interaktive Kugelbahnsystem.

Tiptoi: macht Wissen lebendig. Mit diesem Stift wird das Buch zum interaktiven Erlebnis. Nach kurzer Berührung von einer Fläche auf dem passenden Buch gibt der Tiptoi-Stift Geräusche wieder oder liest etwas vor.

 

Brio LogoBRIO, mit Sitz in Malmö/Schweden, gehört seit 2015 zur Ravensburger Gruppe.

Mit der Transaktion kamen zwei Familienunternehmen zusammen, die eine ähnliche Unternehmens- und Produktphilosophie vertreten und für langjährige Tradition stehen.

BRIO spezialisiert sich als schwedisches Spielzeugunternehmen auf die Herstellung von Holzspielzeug. Die Firma beruht seit der Gründung auf dem Leitbild „Anregung für junge Köpfe“ - mit einem klaren und einfachen Design ist somit die einzige Grenze für Kinder die Phantasie.

„Trust and Joy“ sind die Kernwerte der Marke BRIO. „Trust“ – Vertrauen steht für Qualität, Sicherheit, Verantwortung und Förderung. „Trusted by parents, loved by children“ lautet einer der zentralen Sätze im BRIO Brandbook. Hier steckt der zweite Kernwert der Marke schon mit drin: BRIO möchte Kindern Freude bereiten, mit spielerischen Details ein Lächeln in ihre Gesichter zaubern.
BRIO wurde 1884 gegründet, die Kernmärkte sind Deutschland, Frankreich, USA und China.

F.X. Schmid Logo

 

F.X. Schmid gehört seit 1996 zur Ravensburger Gruppe.

Die Marke F.X. Schmid wird heute im Bereich der Kinderbücher und Spielkarten von Ravensburger verwendet.

Das Unternehmen wurde 1860 in München gegründet.

 

 

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nutritional information

ingredients

 

nutritional information per 100 g
  Children Chocolate Mini Children Country Mini Children Bueno Mini Children chocolate hollow figure
Energy 2360 KJ/ 566 kcal 2342 KJ/ 561 kcal 2384 KJ/ 572 kcal 2413 KJ/ 579 kcal
Grease 35 g 33,8 g 37,3 g 36,2 g
thereof total fatty acids 22,6 g 21,9 g 17,3 g 24,1 g
Carbohydrates 53,5 g 54,9 g 49,5 g 53,9 g
thereof sugar 53,3 g 49,1 g 41,2 g 53,6 g
Protein 8,7 g 8,6 g 8,6 g 8,8 g
Salt 0,313 g 0,275 g 0,272 g 0,305 g

Children chocolate hollow figure

Wholemilk chocolate with milk cream (55%): FULL MILK CHOCOLATE 45% (sugar, FULL MILK POWDER, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, emulsifier lecithins(SOYA), vanillin), SLAKY MILK POWDER (17,5%), sugar vegetable fats (palm, shea), BUTTER FAT, emulsifier lecithins(SOYA), vanillin. Total milk components in the product 32%. Total cocoa components in the product 14.5%.

Children Country Mini

Filled milk chocolate with milk filling (56,5%) and various cereals: FULLMILK CHOCOLATE 37,5% (sugar, cocoa butter, FULLMILK POWDER, cocoa mass, emulsifier lecithin(SOYA), vanillin), sugar, skimmed milk powder (16,5%), palm oil, puffed cereals 6%(barley, rice, wheat, wheat (spelt), buckwheat), buttermilk fat, emulsifier lecithin(SOYA), vanillin. Total milk constituents in the product 30.5%.

Children Chocolate Mini

Milk chocolate with milk filling (60%) : FULLMILK CHOCOLATE 40% (sugar, FULLMILK POWDER, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, emulsifier lecithin(SOYA), vanillin), sugar, skimmed milk powder (18%), palm oil, BUTTER FAT, emulsifier lecithin(SOYA), vanillin. Total milk constituents in the product 33%. Total cocoa components in the product 13%.

Children Bueno Mini

Wafer with fine milk hazelnut cream filling (54%), coated with milk chocolate : MILK CHOCOLATE 31% (sugar, cocoa butter, cocoa mass, skimmed milk powder, clarified butter, emulsifier lecithin(SOYA), vanillin), sugar, palm oil, wheat flour, HASEL NUTS (10,8%), MAGRICULAR MILK POWDER (8.5%), FULL MILK POWDER (5.5%), semi-dark chocolate 2% (sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, emulsifier lecithins(SOJA), low-fat cocoa, emulsifier lecithins(SOJA), raising agent: sodium hydrogen carbonate, ammonium hydrogen carbonate; salt, vanillin. Total milk constituents in the product 19.4%.

Storage instructions

Store protected from heat and dry.

Origin and history of the Advent calendar The development of the Advent calendar is... mehr

Origin and history of the Advent calendar

Advent Calendar

The development of the Advent calendar is closely linked to the different traditions with which the Protestant and Catholic churches celebrated the Advent season: While it was customary in the Catholic Church to go to church for the morning Rorate Mass, Advent devotions took place at home in the Protestant Church. For this reason, many Advent customs - including the Advent calendar - have developed in the Protestant family milieu. This includes, by the way, the Advent wreath, which also originates from the Protestant tradition.

The custom of counting the days until Christmas is documented, first by Johann Hinrich Wichern in 1838, who was head of a Protestant boys' rescue house in Hamburg ("Rauhes Haus zu Horn bei Hamburg"). During the daily common devotions, during which people came together and sang Advent songs, he lit another candle in a large candlestick on each day. From the 19th century onwards, Advent calendars of the kind we know today began to appear, which made it possible to count the days by tearing them down or cutting them off. Probably the first printed Advent calendars were produced in 1908 by the publisher and pastor's son Gerhard Lang from Maulbronn in Württemberg. This was a calendar for do-it-yourself tinkering - 24 calendar pictures had to be cut out beforehand and glued into the matching rectangles of a cardboard box. Advent calendars with little doors to open appeared around 1920. By the way, the first of the Advent calendars filled with chocolate, which are so popular today, came onto the market in 1958.

Advent calendar_selfmade

Different types and structure

As a rule, Advent calendars have 24 doors, one of which is open from 1 to 24 December. But there are also liturgical Advent calendars that begin with the 1st Advent and have doors until January 6th (Epiphany of the Lord). These also have four additional doors for the Sundays in Advent. In general, there are many different types of Advent calendars with different motifs and fillings.

Besides calendars in paper form or in the form of ribbons, on which 24 gifts are hung, there are other forms: In Scandinavia, for example, it is common to light an Advent candle. It is equipped with a scale with 24 lines, which is burned down a little further every day. Also popular is the custom of using a building (e.g. the city hall) and its illuminated windows as an oversized calendar.

In the meantime, Advent calendars are available on the Internet or in digital form as an app or message on the smartphone or even in the form of daily e-mails.

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