Load up on these fun gifts any kid will want.
Your kids have made a list, and as you’ve shopped, you checked it twice. But now that you’ve gotten the big gifts out of the way, you’re probably on the hunt for a few last-minute gifts for your mini’s stocking that will be small in size, but big on fun.
Whether you’re shopping for a newborn or a teen, finding trinkets that every kid in your life will love just as much as their bigger gifts can be understandably tricky. That’s why we’re here to help you complete your last-minute shopping list in one fell swoop. From bath time friends and classic games to gifts that encourage reading and laughter filled family fun, we’ve rounded up a bunch of goodies that any mini will love to get in their stocking on Christmas Day. Some of these gifts are so good, we wouldn’t be surprised if you borrowed one or two so you can get in on the fun too!
Munchkin Float and Play Bubbles Bath Toy
When you have little ones bath time can feel like a chore for both you and baby. If you’ve been looking for a way to make a roll in the tub more fun for everyone, this simple, but cool toy is for you. Munchkin Float and Play Bubbles bath toy was made to delight your baby with floating bath bubbles that rattle, bobble, spin, and shine. While you’re focused on getting them squeaky clean, they’ll be making new friends and developing motor skills and hand-eye coordination at the same time. The endless hours of fun make it perfect for baby’s first bath toy.
My First Crayola Palm-Grip Crayons
Toddlers are full of curiosity and creativity, something we’re sure every SugaMama wants to encouragement. If you’ve noticed that your mini might be on the road to being the next Picasso, give your little artist the tools they need to create with My First Crayola Palm-Grip Crayons. The egg-shaped crayons are perfect for toddlers an easy-to-grip design and lots of fun colors to choose from as they discover color exploration and develop physical and thinking skills. Before you know it, your home will be filled with vibrant works of art. And don’t worry, this crayon set is certified nontoxic, so your little one can play safely.
Simon Micro Series Game
If you thought your generation was the last to get in on the fun of Simon, think again. The classic game is back in stocking stuffer form so that you can have some old school fun with your kids (and maybe kick their butts a little). The rules are still the same, follow the lights, remember the pattern, and score your points. The best part, unlike when you were growing up, batteries are included. This means no dealing with the horror of the game quitting on you while you’re ahead. Ahhh, memories!
Not Parent Approved: A Fun Card Game for Kids, Tweens, Teens, Families and Mischief Makers
There are no better memories than the ones where you and your family can let loose and play a hilariously immature game. Not Parent Approved is a great stocking stuffer game for kids eight and up, and encourages hours of giggling, playing well with others, and reading from even your most resistant child. If you’re too cool to do things like have a burping contest to declare who in the family is the burp boss, then this game may not be for you. But if you’re into having some good old-fashioned fun that may or may not include gratuitous bathroom humor, then get ready for the most fun you’ve had with your family in ages.
Mark-My-Time Digital Bookmark and Reading Timer
They say reading is fundamental, but let’s be honest, getting your kid to sit still long enough to read a chapter or two is one of parenthood’s annoying struggles. Thankfully with the Mark-My-Time Digital Bookmark and Reading Timer you can add a little fun to reading time. The digital bookmark comes in cool colors and features a countdown clock for the mini who likes to see the finish line. It’s also ideal for timing music practice sessions, math activities and homework study sessions.