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Best Christmas Stocking Stuffers for Kids

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 0 0

Baby and Infant Stocking Stuffers

A baby or toddler may not really know what is going on at this time of year but its fun to include them in the festivity and start this once a year tradition with them. Always be careful to include toys, food or gift wrap/packaging that they can't hurt themselves on, as we all know, a baby will always put everything in his mouth to try it out first. With all the chaos of Christmas morning, especially if you have other kids, its best to keep a baby stocking simple with age appropriate stuffers such as bath toys, a sippy cup, a chunky car, a stuffed animal, small board book, a toy telephone, holiday socks or a teether.

Older Kids

Older kids of about 3-9 years old are fun to buy for at Christmas. There are so many inexpensive options that they will love as much as any expensive toy. Go to the Dollar store; at this time of year they will have lots to choose from in their toy section. Look out for

  • Wash cloths with their favorite TV character on them
  • Head bands, hair ties and bows
  • Small baby dolls
  • Healthy snacks and fruit
  • A small book and book marker
  • Bubble bath
  • Wooden blocks
  • Hot wheels or Matchbox cars
  • Travel size board games are cheap and come in sizes small enough to fit into most stockings. If you are traveling during the holidays, they will come in handy to beat car boredom and keep the kids occupied.
  • Coloring books
  • A small ball
  • Water squirters
  • Fisher Price Little People
  • Paper pad
  • Bubbles
  • Crayons depending on age, choose the regular size or jumbo
  • Toy train
  • Small action figures or Barbie
  • Trading cards
  • A personal handwritten note from you or Santa to your kids
  • Erasers
  • Small Lego kits
  • Yoyo
  • Small Transformer toys
  • My little pony toy
  • Small container of Play dough
  • Mini Webkinz
  • Stickers
  • Polly Pocket dolls
  • Finger puppets
  • Sidewalk chalk
  • Slinky

Tweens and Teens

Tweens and Teens can be a little picky about gifts but with a little imagination, you can find some stocking stuffers that will bring a smile to their faces.

  • Sunglasses
  • Jewelry
  • iTunes gift cards
  • DVD's, CD's or movies
  • Night light
  • School supplies such as pens, markers or paint
  • Disposable camera
  • Card games
  • Wallet
  • Perfume/cologne
  • Make up samples
  • Gum
  • Chap Stick
  • Comic books
  • Subscription to a magazine, usually when you buy one, it comes with a card, you can slip the card into the stocking and they will know that their first magazine will be on its way shortly.
  • Guitar picks
  • Belt
  • Toiletries
  • Small hand held games
  • Journal
  • Ear buds
  • Water bottle
  • Small calendar featuring their favorite celebrity
  • Model airplane kit
  • An electric toothbrush with a small tube of toothpaste, floss and a pack of fancy tissues
  • A hat, gloves and scarf set



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