Picking out stocking stuffers for my family is one of my favorite things to do before Christmas! I have always loved the Christmas stockings tradition. I remember as a child we would race to open our stockings, and then take a break for a hot drink and coffee cake, before starting on gifts. I like to put in a mixture of nicer small gifts and little trinkets. I always loved getting an orange clementine in my stocking, and that’s a tradition I’m going to continue. (Here’s why we put oranges in stockings at Christmas.) I also like to include at least one favorite candy selection! Here are some ideas for stocking stuffers for big kids, ages 7 to 10 years old.
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Stocking Stuffers for Big Kids
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These chef or art aprons for children are absolutely adorable. They come in two sizes and a variety of prints.
I got Benjamin two of these joke books for Christmas last year and put one in his Easter basket. They’re so fun! Now that he’s starting to read on his own, I think he’ll love another. You cannot go wrong with jokes for kids!
These are so fun! I had the Yummy Yummy highlighters for years, and they were the best. I may have to sneak these into my own stocking. 😉
We love TableTopics!! Last year we gave them to everyone in the family. They’re great for conversation starters year around, but also over Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner, as well as winter break.
Walkie Talkies are fun for all ages. Do you copy? 10-4! Over and out.
If your kiddo is into math games, these dice are super fun. Pair them with these Math Mats.
“A super fun family card game with crazy questions and silly answers”. For kids ages 7 and up!
Kids love instruments and this one is a classic. Pair it with this book: Harmonic for Kids.
“Does she like me?” — ‘Ask again later’. “Will I get to stay up late?” — ‘Don’t count on it!’ “Will my kid like this Magic 8 Ball?” — ‘It is certain’.
Forget the plastic slinky, get the original. It works better and lasts longer.
A favorite of kids for the past 25 years!
UNO x Minecraft—my gamer kid is going to love this, and yours probably will too!
These are fun! Three vibrant flair pens with mesmerizing liquid bubbles, for ages 5 and up. Sensory toy that encourages better focus and reduced stress.
A classic, great first watch for kids! The hands read “hour” and “minute” for new time-tellers. Plus it has Mickey Mouse on it and looks cool! 😉 Recommended for ages 3 through 7.
We LOVED DreamWorks’ Abominable! It was such a gorgeous movie, and this is for sure going in someone’s stocking! Available for pre-order now. The release date is Dec. 17.
If you’ve got younger kids (ages 4 through 6), you’ll want to check out these 10 Stocking Stuffers Under $10 for Young Kids!