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    48 Stocking Stuffers For Kids They'll Truly Love

    From nostalgic toys to TikTok faves, find the perfect little prezzie for any age.

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    Still shopping for Christmas? Heads up that most of the items in this post won't arrive in time for Dec. 25, but check out our last-minute version of this gift guide with more ideas that are more likely to arrive in time!"

    1. An Elf Snowball Showdown card game so the whole fam can join Buddy the Elf in a surprise snowball aka card fight. "Throw" a set of like-colored snowball cards at your opponents and they can return fire. The last elf standing wins!

    cards with festive designs

    2. A Silly Poopy's Hide & Seek game that involves hiding a fake rainbow-colored poo that says "yoo-hoo" and gives other hysterical clues about it's hiding place. Kids who delight in toilet humor will get a total kick out of this.

    3. And a bag Of Reindeer Farts Cotton Candy too epically funny to eat. The best part? 10% of all profits are donated to charities that provide toys for children in need.

    The cotton candy packaging

    4. A rainbow puzzle ball where the end *goal* is to match all eleven balls to their corresponding color rings by pressing and sliding the balls through the open slots. Basically, a heck of a workout for your kids' brains and hands.

    5. A pack of Lucky Fortune collectible bracelets that comes with four individually wrapped fortune cookies. Crack 'em open to reveal an adjustable surprise bracelet with a charm and a paper fortune. Who wouldn't feel lucky to find these in their stocking?

    6. A hot chocolate bomb that'll take your kiddo's cup of cocoa to to a whole other level of fun. They'll ~explode~ with excitement as they pour hot milk over the bomb and watch it melt to release a yummy cloud of marshmallows into their milk.

    7. And a miniature baking set for the aspiring Dominique Ansel in your life. It's true what they say, "good things come in small buttery, gooey, sugary packages."

    8. A Tamagotchi because you want to share some ’90s nostalgia with your kiddos but let's be honest you're secretly hoping you'll end up being the one taking care of this needy virtual pet.

    A rainbow colored virtual pet toy

    9. A screaming goat figurine for teens or fully grown kids who'll think it's absolutely hysterical to express their frustration via this bleating sidekick. Just press the button and it lets out an "AAAHHHHHHHH!"

    The goat figurine, plus the box it comes in and the booklet

    10. A flying orb with flashing lights that'll float in the air or boomerang back to you leaving everyone in the room asking "what is this sorcery?"

    11. Lightsaber chopsticks perfect for the Star Wars fanatics in your life. These emanate a glow that'll turn a sushi or noodle dinner into an out-of-this-galaxy experience.

    12. And an itty-bitty Baby Yoda Bluetooth speaker to clip onto their backpack or blast their fave tunes in their room. But don't be fooled — reviewers say what it lacks in size, it makes up for with some serious out-of-this-galaxy sound.

    13. A book of 642 Tiny Things to Draw, so tiny doodlers never run out of inspiration.

    small book that says 642 tiny things to draw

    14. And a pack of Melissa & Doug Scratch Art Rainbow Mini Notes, which just might make you shed happy tears as you reminisce about your childhood when nothing was more satisfying than drawing on the surface to reveal the rainbow colors underneath.

    15. A Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza card game that'll have the whole family in tears from *belly laughing* so hard.

    16. And an Uno Minecraft card game if you've ever asked yourself "What is the appeal of Minecraft?" TBH, this might not answer the question but the combo is sure to be a hit with die-hard fans.

    17. A puzzle game in a teeny-weeny tin aka Iota, which is basically Qwirkle in card form.

    small tin that says iota

    18. A Lego BrickHeadz Nutcracker Building Kit with a cool moveable mouth that'll add all the Christmas feels when you assemble and display these with your kiddos.

    a nutcracker figure next to a christmas tree

    19. A four-pack of Bluey & family figures boasting movable arms, legs, and tails that'll have your little one singing the theme song "Mum! Dad! Bingo! Bluey!" all day long.

    Bluey, her little sister, Bingo, and their Mom and Dad, Chilli and Bandit figures

    20. A pack of clear jelly lipsticks with real flowers inside that leave a subtle tint. A luxe gift worthy of every future Insta influencer who keeps getting caught using their parent's expensive makeup.

    Six pink lipsticks with colorful flowers inside

    21. And a pack of s'mores-flavored ChapSticks yummy enough to eat. The only downside is little ones will keep begging for more.

    22. A pack of parachute toys ingeniously designed not to tangle despite being tossed excitedly from the top of the stairs or a balcony over and over.

    23. A pack of brightly colored stacking cups that'll inexplicably become your babe's fave open-ended toy. Just trust the 60,000 5-star (!!!) reviews and the many, many reviewers who have said "this is the best $4 I've spent on a toy."

    24. Goldfish soap for the kid who has been begging for a fish for months. These are just as cute as the real thing and will make tub time ~fin-tastic~.

    two soaps in bags with plastic goldfish inside

    25. And for the littles, a set of Crayola Scribble Scrubbie pets that can be reused over and over again (unlike one-and-done sets). This will keep budding artists busy coloring the cute pets, scrubbing them, and coloring all over again.

    26. A small yet super-cute Baby Shark cube plushie to sing their fave song every time they squeeze it. I mean, which parent wouldn't want to spend the holidays listening to baby shark, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo, doo on repeat? JK!

    27. A pack of Smencils aka scented pencils exuding some serious holiday vibes with mint cocoa, candy cane, sugar plum, gingerbread, and snowberry aromas to make homework, dare I say, cheerful.

    five pencils with an elf, gingerbread man, snowman, santa, and penguin designs

    28. And a bestselling pack of fine-tip pens because you want to give the students on your list the most ~ink-credibly~ smooth writing experience of their life. Plus, reviewers say these don't bleed through paper.

    29. A value pack of reusable 500+ puffy stickers that'll keep your toddler engaged for hours (which is nothing short of a miracle, TBH). Plus, they're easy for little ones to peel, stick...and restick all by themselves.

    20 sheets of stickers

    30. Or a pack of 50 different The Office stickers perfect for older kids whose fave pastime is watching the show and quoting Dwight...over and over.

    31. And a Lil' Readers sticker sheet that'll make an adorable, A+ addition to notebooks.

    The sticker sheet with illustrations and phrases

    32. World's Smallest Glo Worm, an itty-bitty version of everyone's fave childhood companion that'll make you say "STOP. THIS. CUTENESS" every time you look at it.

    33. A nontoxic mermaid makeup set in possibly the most dazzling packaging (hello, sparkly tail). The perfect prezzie for little ones who love glamming up.

    A blue shimmery mermaid shaped makeup set

    34. A pack of Crayola Globbles so your mini tornadoes can run around the house hurling these sticky globs at the wall or ceiling. Don't panic, parents, reviewers say they don't leave a sticky residue.

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