10 Awesome Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids

Posted on November 12, 2015 by Kim Bagley | 0 comments

10 Awesome Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Kids



Are you running out of ideas for stuffing your children’s stockings during the holidays? We’ve got you covered!


My children absolutely love digging into their stockings on Christmas morning.  There is just so much excitement knowing that many small treasures can be found in that stocking! The children always do this first before opening the other gifts.


Many cultures hang stockings as a traditional holiday celebration. The stockings are filled with small gifts, each stocking bearing the name of a family member. If you are looking for stocking stuffer ideas for children, check out the following list.


1 - Rubik's CubeYou may need to take the cube out of its packaging to fit it into your child's stocking. A Rubik's Cube provides much-needed eye - hand coordination and fine motor development, and captivates your child with bright colors. Even Mom and Dad will enjoy this timeless toy.



2 - Stackable toys These come in many forms, and teach your child the relationship between similar items of different sizes. As with the Rubik's Cube, stackable toys help motor skill development and eye - hand coordination.


3 - Lego building blocks - You may remember growing up with Lego toys yourself. The iconic building block manufacturer has been making interlocking children's building pieces since 1949, ideally suited for stocking stuffing.

4 - Coloring crayons - Just about all children love to scribble, draw and color with crayons. These are the perfect stocking stuffer for bringing out the creativity in your child.


5 - A whistle - Kids love blowing whistles, and that simple act teaches the causal relationship between an action your child takes and a result or consequence that his action has created. Let him be the boss for the day or lead a parade with his whistle.


6 - Balls - Balls of all shapes, sizes and materials are excellent for stocking stuffers. Balls that bounce are especially well-suited to toddlers and small children.


7 - Stickers - A sticker set can go a long way toward keeping your child busy and enthralled for hours. Some sticker sets come complete with games that require your child to place the appropriate sticker in the right spot. This helps teach shapes and matching skills.


8 - Magical wand - A fairy wand is a great stocking filler for young girls. Toddler boys can appreciate a magical Harry Potter wand. These gifts promote imagination, creativity and independence. 

9 - Novelty holiday toys - Reindeer, snowmen and Santa Claus arrive every holiday season in the form of many toys. A lot of these are aimed at small children, and are sized to make perfect stocking stuffers. Small toys such as stamps, stickers, and doodle pads are great.



10 – Themed Merchandise – No doubt your child has a favorite movie or fictional character such as Star Wars or Barbie. Find small items with her favorite characters on it such as a toothbrush, playing cards, or even washcloths.


There are countless other items you can fill a Christmas stocking with. Be creative and just keep in mind of the size of the item to make sure it will fit in the stocking. Clicking on each of the items in the list will take you to Amazon which will give you hundreds of ideas for stuffing your Christmas stockings.


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