It seems that most recently, stocking stuffers have been silly filler toys and usually lack in quality. Sometimes they are filled with more traditional things like nuts and fruit or crayons and a toothbrush. This year, I want to be a bit more intentional and simplistic with our kid’s stockings. In this post, I share a few ideas to help you brainstorm simple and practical stocking stuffer ideas for the holiday.
Creativity and Exploration
Beeswax Crayons or High-Quality Coloring Pencils
Magnifying Glass or a Pair of Binoculars
Water Wow Coloring Books
Mini Sketch Pad
Readers and Writers
Small Chalk Board
Personalized Name Puzzle
A New Family Read-Aloud Book
Stocking Stuffers for Fun
Match a Track, Leaf, Dinosaur, or Flower Game
Practical and Simple
For holiday gift ideas, check out my previous blog post.
What do you remember being in your stocking on Christmas morning? Share some of your little one’s favorite past stocking stuffers.