By now, most of us are hopefully done with the major Christmas shopping. Now is the time to pick up the last few stocking stuffer gifts for the kids. Stockings should be bursting with fun but should not be expensive. Here are 25 ideas for stocking stuffers that are sure to bring some fun squeals of excitement and create great Christmas memories!
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25 Perfect Stocking Stuffers for Kids
Choose a regular box of crayons or a specialty package of stacking crayons: Stack of Stars Stacking Crayons -The new stackable crayon set has 12 different colored stars with a fine point that easily fits into any size stocking. Stack them any which way your imagination desires.
Scented Erasers Each featuring a yummy smelling scent and cute style. From Unicorn Donuts to Mew-maids, they are sure to make anyone smile. Total of 13 styles of scented erasers available.
Coloring Books, Activity Pads
You can pick up coloring books and activity pads for every theme at your local dollar stores.
Scratch & Scribble Art Kits
Scratch & Scribble Scratch Art Kits – The new kits, Mermaid Magic and Princess Garden, each includes 4 illustrated Scratch & Scribble cards plus 2 rainbow & 2 sparkled blank scratch cards, a sparkled sticker sheet and a wooden scratching tool. The guided artwork reveals colorful illustrations when the overcoat is scratched away.
Holiday Happy Packs – The perfect gift package with scented stickers, a Rainbow Glitter Wand and Note Pals available in a variety of themes including the Unicorn & Mermaid Party, Cat Cafe Party, Monsters, Unicorns, Nom Nom Donuts and Comic Attack.
Of course, every child needs a stuffed animal sticking out of the stocking on Christmas morning!
Sticky Poo: Sticky The Poo is a tacky, moldable “stress ball” styled like a poop emoji, and splats and sticks to most flat surfaces when you throw it.
- Spilled Milk
- Whoopie Cushion
If you have a daughter, you know that hair ties, scrunchies and hairbands disappear fast! You can pick up all kinds of hair accessories at dollar stores.
- Hair Brush
- Ribbons (One year I went to the craft store and bought dozens of different color ribbons for my daughter’s hair.)
Chocolate & Candy
No stocking is complete without something sweet. Kids love eating some chocolate and candy while they are opening presents on Christmas morning and parents can always sneak a piece too!
Helix Hyperball: Kids can throw extreme distances and take their skills to next-level awesomeness with the Helix Hyperball, new from YULU.
- RubberBouncy Balls
- Nerf balls
- Stress balls
Fuzzy socks are cheap at the dollar trees and are a great addition to every child’s stocking!
Gadgets & Gizmos
- Fidget Spinners
- Silly Putty
- Rubix Cubes
PopPops Pets & Snotz
- Sports Cards (baseball, basketball, football)
- Pokemon Cards
Smooshy Mushy: Each Smooshy Mushy bento box comes with an exclusive, scented Smooshy pet, collector stickers, three mini scented besties and a super cute display tray. Comes with a try-me package so you can feel the smoosh!
How do you fill your kid’s Christmas stockings? What are your favorite traditions for Christmas morning?