Find the perfect stocking fillers for kids without straining your wallet. Our budget-friendly gift ideas are sure to make their Christmas merrier than ever!
Stocking Filler Ideas for Kids on a Budget
DIY Oven Bake Molding Clay
Kids Diamond Painting Kit
Spider-Man Black & Gold Suit Mini Bluetooth Speaker
Mini Notebooks for Kids Set of 20
This is a 20-pack of mini notebooks that’s very affordable. Kids can use it as a journal or to make notes.
These will make great stocking stuffers when combined with a pen and you can use them as party favors too!
Multi-Color Pen Set of 22
Light Up Gloves with Flash Mode
Clay/Putty Christmas Craft Kit
LEGO Star Wars The Mandalorian’s N-1 Starfighter Microfighter Kit
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer Funko Pop!
Gabby’s Dollhouse Bakey with Cakey Fun Toy Set
LED Glow Christmas Bracelets
Play-Doh Cookie Creations Play Set
This Play-Doh set includes everything needed to open up a make-believe bakery and create the most colorful Play-Doh cookies imaginable.
With four cutters, a rolling pin, an extruder, and five non-toxic Play-Doh colors, kids can squish, squeeze, and shape their way to endless cookie creations.
The cookie tray even includes half-molds for creating wacky candies and other fun decorations.
MGA’s Miniverse Make It Mini Food Cafe Collectible
Temporary Glow-In-The-Dark Tattoos
These non-toxic crayons make bath time much more fun for kids!
Cute Cat Slippers for Kids
Elderberry 3-in-1 Bubble Bath For Kids
Spiderman Kids Headphones
Flippy Kitten Eye-Popping Cat
This sensory toy is great for kids with ADHD or Autism. The cat’s eyes pop out when squeezed which relieves stress.
VTech Peppa Pig Let’s Chat Learning Phone
Chat with Peppa Pig through voice-activated conversations and hear voice messages from Peppa’s brother George, Mummy, and Daddy.
Includes four learning games that introduce basic math skills like numbers, counting, addition, and shapes.
Mini Bluetooth Speaker
Jack Skellington Glow in The Dark Mini Bluetooth Speaker
Mini Pop Fidget Toy Set
Bluey Big Backyard Coloring Book
Funko Pop! Marvel: What If? – T’Challa Star-Lord
LEGO Star Wars Millennium Falcon Microfighter
For both boys and girls, some homemade gingerbread people or another of their favorite cookies can be placed in a decorative Christmas bag with a special note that says, “To …. From Santa”.
Children know how much Santa loves cookies, so with Santa sharing some with them, it also gives them a nice treat on Christmas morning.
See also: Stocking Stuffers for Toddlers
Crafts also make great stocking stuffers for both girls and boys. For girls, there are many small kits for making your own jewelry, soap, plushies and more!
Boys may love something more direct to create, like a door hanger that says something like “John’s Room.”
You know your child best, so these are just a few ideas to make Christmas an exciting time for your child.
Think about your child’s interests and likes, and create your stocking stuffers with that in mind – you can’t go wrong with that.