Stockings always seems to be that last-minute thing on the list for me. I will have my Christmas shopping done months in advance (yes I am that person). Stocking always seem to be a bit of a funny thing. Really you just need small things for it, but somehow those small things seem to be a pain to find. Here are a few of my stocking suggestions for your kiddos.
Fidget Ball: Fun little game that you can mix-up and unscramble again and again.
Cozy Socks: Fun socks are always a win with kids of all ages. At our house, because of the smooth flooring, cozy socks are better known by my sons as “super gripper socks”. These are something we love year round.
Rubiks Cube 2×2: A classic toys of the 80’s that seems to be back again. Now you can get it in a variety of sizes tailored to what age group you are buying for.
Tegu Travel Pals: Tegu travel pals are great little gifts that are top quality. Tegu is one of our favorite brands, and this product from them is another hit. These wooden blocks are great for travel and down time for kids of all ages. (Click here to see previous post all about Tegu.)
On the Go Crafts by Melissa & Doug: Melissa and Doug have a ton of great small craft items that are perfect for Stocking Stuffers or small gifts in general. A few of my favorites are Origami Animals, Super Hero Mask, Mess Free Glitter (there a tons of different ones from dinosaurs, Ocean Animals, Cars and Butterfly’s.)
Lego Classic Creativity Box or Duplo My First Sets: Both of these sets are small but have great pieces. The Lego Classic Creativity Box sets are in a variety of colors allowing kids to creative a variety of objects. The Duplo My First Sets are very basic but help young ones with connecting the blocks. Sets range from a plane to a cupcake.
What are some of your favorite stocking stuffer ideas?