You have those Christmas stockings hanging up, but what do you put in them? It can’t be something big or it won’t fit in the stocking. And you don’t want to spend a lot of money on Christmas stocking stuffers for kids since you already spent money on gifts that go under the tree. Here are some suggestions for what you can stuff in those stockings. They’re all inexpensive and most are fun for kids of all ages. Some are even fun for the whole family.
[AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”0761166548″ desc=”1″]Brain quest cards are available for all ages, starting at age 2 and on through 7 grade. They are also available for specific topics. Just check out these additional brain quest cards.[/AMAZONPRODUCTS]
[AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”B000RH51VE”]FDo you have a hard time getting your child to come to the table for dinner or staying at the table without complaining or getting fidgety? If so, Beginner Dinner Games would be a perfect stocking stuffer. You get a container with 51 different games you can play at the dinner table. One game is “Rainbow Dinner.” Someone names a color and everyone then has to think of foods with that color. Another game can encourage your child to drink milk or eat vegetables. “Thumbs Up” has everyone either giving a thumbs up or thumbs down at the same time. The one who is different has to take a drink of milk or take a bite of vegetable. Family members can take turns picking a card and reading the game to play. The laminated cards are easily cleaned[/AMAZONPRODUCTS]
[AMAZONPRODUCTS asin=”B0053DSNN0″ desc=”1″]This is just one example of a bagged Lego set. There are many more bagged lego sets. [/AMAZONPRODUCTS]