Can you believe it’s already that time of the year again?! Thanksgiving has come and gone, and Christmas will be here before we know it. Since I’m in the process of buying gifts and stocking stuffers for my toddler, I thought I’d compile a list of stocking stuffer ideas in case any of you need help with toddler gifts!
1. Play-Doh Fun
Few toddlers can resist the allure of Play-Doh fun! This Play-Doh Party Bag contains 15 fun-size cans that come in a variety of bright colors and are perfect for stocking stuffers.
2. Melissa & Doug On the Go Water Wow! Reusable Water-Reveal Activity Pads
These paint-with-water coloring books allow for mess-free painting for little ones! Fill up the chunky water pen (easy for little hands to hold!) and watch as the water fills the page with color. Once the page dries, the color will go away and allow for more painting. These are also perfect for holiday traveling!
3. Crayola Bath Dropz
Crayola Bath Dropz can make bathtime more fun by adding one or more bright colors to the bath. These tablets dissolve quickly, are non-toxic, and fragrance-free. No need to worry about a mess in the bath—the color washes off tub walls quickly with water!
4. Munchkin Squirtin' Sea Buddies
Speaking of bathtime, bath toys are another easy stocking stuffer! These Munchkin Sea Buddies squirt water, float, and are super cute and colorful.
5. Hot Wheels Cars
If you have a little one that loves to play with cars, throw in some Hot Wheels cars in his/her stocking! They come in a ton of colors and different styles—so easy!
You can’t go wrong with stickers—especially puffy stickers! This set has over 500 stickers, including cars, numbers, animals, fruits, and vegetables.
7. Character Sippy Cup
Pull double-duty and get something practical for your toddler that you need to buy anyway! Include a sippy cup your toddler will get excited about by getting one with his/her favorite character or TV show. These Munchkin PAW Patrol™ Click Lock™ sippy cups are spill-proof, insulated, and BPA-free. They also come in colors and designs that both boys and girls will like.
8. Character Toothbrush
Why stop at just one practical gift? Throw in a fun character toothbrush as well! These Colgate Kids toothbrushes have suction cups at the bottom and fun colors and designs, including this Peppa Pig set.
9. Comfy Socks
Cozy socks are perfect for winter! These socks from Old Navy have a cute polar bear design, are super soft, and have little grippers on the bottom so your little one won’t slip!
10. Christmas Board Book
You can never go wrong with getting books and reading with your little one! What a fun and productive way to spend your time! Board books are the best because they make it easy for little hands to turn pages and prevent pages from getting torn! The Clubhouse Christmas is a great choice if your toddler is a fan of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Your little one can follow along as his/her favorite characters prepare for Christmas.
I’m sure most toddlers would appreciate candy in their stockings, but in case your toddler doesn’t eat candy yet or has already been getting his/her fill during the holiday season, you can still add in some fun treats. Teddy Grahams are one of my favorites to give my toddler as they come in a fun teddy bear shape, have multiple flavors to choose from, contain 8g of Whole Grains per serving, and don’t contain high fructose corn syrup.
12. Stuffed Animal
Don’t forget to add something snuggly in your toddler’s stocking! The Ty Beanie Boos are the perfect size for a stocking and come in a lot of fun Christmas varieties.
Bubbles are another super easy idea. With Super Miracle Bubbles, you tend to get less dripping and more bubble fun!
Any other great stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers?