Are you running out of stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers during the holidays? Many cultures hang stockings as a traditional holiday celebration. The stockings are filled with small gifts, each stocking bearing the name of a family member.
If you are looking for stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers, check out the following list. (Assuming toddlers as children between roughly 1 and 3 years of age)
1 – Bath Books
Kids age 2 love reading and in the bath tub it’s even more fun. Wake up Magic Duck is a bath book where the animals in the book change color when dunked into water.
The book is small enough to fit into a Christmas stocking.
Wake Up, Magic Duck! (Magic Bath Books)
2 -Stackable toys
These come in many forms, and teach your child the relationship between similar items of different sizes. Stackable toys help motor skill development and eye – hand coordination.
Fisher-Price Stackin’ Sounds Animals
3 – Lego building blocks
You may remember growing up with Lego toys yourself. The iconic building block manufacturer has been making interlocking children’s building pieces since 1949, ideally suited for stocking stuffing.
LEGO DUPLO My First Alphabet Truck
4 – Coloring crayons
Just about all toddlers love to scribble, draw and color with crayons. These are the perfect stocking stuffer for bringing out the creativity in your toddler.
16 Jumbo Crayons for Toddlers [Non Toxic]
5 – Wind-up Bath Toy
Bath time is fun time for toddlers. This friendly looking penguin toy spins, floats and swims in the bath when you wind up his fin.
Munchkin Wind Up Swimming Penguin Bath Toy
6 – Balls
Balls of all shapes, sizes and materials are excellent for toddler stocking stuffers. Balls that bounce are especially well-suited to toddlers.
Super Durable 6 Pack Sensory Balls for Baby and Kids
7 – Musical Toy
A musical toy stimulates a toddler’s creativity and keeps them entertained on trips. This one by baby Einstein features 7 melodies, colorful lights and (good news for parents!): volume control.
Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes Musical Toy and Star Bright Symphony Toy
8 – Magical wand
A fairy wand is a great stocking filler for young girls. Toddler boys can appreciate a magical Harry Potter wand. These gifts promote imagination, creativity and independence.
Disney Belle Light-Up Wand Multi
9 – Novelty holiday toys
Reindeer, snowmen and Santa Claus arrive every holiday season in the form of many toys. A lot of these are aimed at toddlers, and are sized to make perfect stocking stuffers.
GUND Christmas Santa Clause Plush
Gund Santa’s Workshop Playset
10 – Movie and TV-themed merchandise
Your child no doubt already has his or her favorite movie and TV characters. Companies are very good about creating toys and games for toddlers that depict beloved characters. Many of these serve as great stocking fillers.
Jack-Jack Plush – Incredibles 2
Hope you like our Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Toddlers!
11. Comfy Socks
You can never have enough socks for a toddler as they seem to disappear all the time. And socks fit well into a Christmas stocking when rolled. Get a few pairs in cute colors or with their favorite character.
Cute Toddler Cotton Crew Socks – 5 Pairs
12. Finger Puppets
Perfect for interactive and imaginative play, finger puppets are fun for toddler and mom. They don’t take up much space, so can easily be packed in a diaper bag or weekender.
20-Piece Story Time Finger Puppets Set
13. Memory Games
Memory games are perfect stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers as they learn them about colors, patterns and images. Playing with these games daily helps them prepare for prep school and kindergarten.
Wonder Forge Curious George Matching Game
Hasbro Hi Ho! Cherry-O Board Game
14. Play Doh
Toddlers love squishing and molding Play Doh into shapes. It’s great for imaginative play and stimulates toddler’s creativity too!
Play-Doh Modeling Compound 10 Pack
15. Hat and Mitten Set
A cute set with mittens and a hat to keep them warm and comfy is always a great stocking stuffer!
We hope you found our Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Toddlers useful and found the gifts you’re looking for. They’ll love opening up their stocking come Christmas morning and see the goodies stuffed inside.