45+ Inexpensive Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers

45+ Inexpensive Toddler Stocking Stuffer Ideas

It’s about that time of year where I start stocking up on stocking stuffers. I don’t ever think stocking stuffers need to be anything big or amazing (and it certainly needs to fit in a stocking), but I think they are fun to get. I usually get stockings from one of three places:

  • Target (their dollar section is a gold mine!)
  • The Dollar Tree (go early – they sell out of the good stuff early!)
  • Amazon – with Amazon Prime, I’m always getting great deals! If you haven’t signed up for Amazon Prime, you can get a free 30 day trial here – now would be an awesome time to get the free trial. Free shipping is amazing!
  • Using Ebates when shopping online – awesome way to earn cashback from tons of different online retailers (be sure to read this post for more information on getting cashback for everyday purchases!)

Since Jack is well into his toddler years, I thought it would be appropriate to share some different ideas I’ve come up with for his stocking this year. I think these toddler stocking stuffer ideas are pretty affordable and any little toddler would love finding them on Christmas morning.

1.No spill bubble tumbler

2.Finger Crayons

3.Cars –matchbox, stacking cars, or Little People Wheelies, to name a few.

4. Anything from the Oball Line (we have pretty much everything!).

5. Reusable Food Pouches

6. Kidecals Labels

7. Weebles

8. Very hungry caterpillar umbrella

9. Crayons

10. Thomas the Tank Engine Deluxe Mini Figurine Set (Jack has these, and they are his favorite!)

11. Harmonica

12. Playdough (and maybe some playdough tools)

13. Board books – we love the Dr. Seuss Board books. Here are a few fun Christmas board books: Christmas in the Manger, Bright Baby Touch and Feel Christmas, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse Christmas

14. Finger puppets – family set and animal set

15. Washable markers (or even better, anything from Color Wonder for mess-free fun).

16. Fun Toothbrush 

17. Tube Toys – these are the coolest things ever!

18. Mini coloring books

19. Magic milk straws

20. Snack Catchers

21. Sippy cups with straws – we love getting the seasonal ones from Target

22. Combs/brush (or if your child has long hair, these mini wet hair brushes are AMAZING!)

23. Slipper socks

24. Gloves

25. Water Colors (or color wonder finger paints – Amazing!)

26. Mini Ducks (Some of the sets are more expensive but come with a ton of cute ones – consider splitting with a friend or family member!)

27. Goldfish Crackers

28. Teddy Grahams

29. Flashlight – Cars flashlight, Spin and Learn Flashlight, Firefly Flashlight

30. Bath Crayons (I actually see these at the Dollar Tree all the time!) or Bath Finger Paint

31. Baby Leg Warmers  (get them for free – just pay shipping – using the code C113D4)

32. Magnadoodle

33. Play Tools

34. Ornament – I love getting ornaments from Personalization Mall – if you shop using Ebates, you can get 7.5% back!

35. Stickers

36. Wubbanub (if your toddler is like ours and still has a pacifier)

37. Bubble bath

38. Fun socks (Jack is obsessed with his Cars and Thomas socks)

39. Mini Etch a Sketch

40. Character Shirts

41. Puffs

42. Fisher Price Little People

43. Christmas Coloring Books

44. Mini Cereal Boxes

45. Fruit Snacks

46. Felt Food

Need more awesome gift ideas for Christmas? Be sure to check out our other gift guides here:

holiday-gift-guide-ideas

And tons of gift guides from other bloggers here:

Gift Guides for Kids

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