Toddler stocking stuffers are so much fun to shop for because there are so many cute, unique options. Inspired by my niece’s favorites and as part of this year’s Holiday Gift Guides, I’m sharing a plentiful list of kid-approved stocking stuffer ideas for toddlers.
If you’re wondering, “what do you put in a toddler’s stocking?” you’ve come to the right place! I have to admit, my 18-month-old niece is the person I’ve had the most fun shopping for this season. I’ve come across so many adorable stocking stuffers for toddlers that I had to share my best finds with you. This list is a mix of affordable gifts I have in my cart that I’m thinking about grabbing, some I’ve already purchased, and a few things I’ve given her previously that she already loves.
The best stocking stuffers for toddlers
Never Touch a Shark Toddler Book
My niece, a MAJOR Baby Shark fan, loves this Never Touch a Shark touch and feel book so much that I’ve already grabbed two more in the series for her! It has silicone touch features on the cover and each spread that she loves feeling and interacting with. Plus, the stories are short and super cute. There are SO many different versions like Never Touch a Tiger, Never Touch a Polar Bear, Never Touch a Dinosaur, and Never Touch a Monster – just to name a few!
Bathtub Paint – a super affordable toddler stocking stuffer!
I watch my niece most days, so I’m always on the hunt for fun activities to do. I recently grabbed bathtub finger paints for her and they were quite the hit. So much so that she’s a little sad when bathtime is over! The Munchkin Color Buddies watercolor tablets and toy dispenser also looks so fun! These are both stocking filler ideas that are appropriate for any kid in the toddler age range!
Maybe it’s the photographer in me, but I’m so glad I got my niece an adorable wooden camera. I’m always taking photos of her with my camera and I think having her own camera makes her way more willing to participate. She’ll walk up to me with it and say something that sounds similar to “say cheese!” so I think she gets it, hahaha.
These kids’ soap balls from Sohp Shop have a hidden toy inside of them to make handwashing fun for kids! So cute!
Wooden Stacking Toys
I bought my niece a cupcake toy in France earlier this year similar to this wood stacking ice cream cone and it’s one of her favorite toys. It’s fun to watch the different ways she’s played with it as she continues to grow up! I also just came across this wooden stacking Christmas tree for kids that’s both fun and festive!
Toiletries with favorite characters and familiar faces on them bring some added joy to everyday tasks and routines. The Frozen 3 in 1 body wash is a hit around here as is our Winnie the Pooh toothbrush. Also, this Minnie Mouse brush set is the sweetest thing!
Colorful, playful accessories make a fun experience for kids and a functional experience for grown-ups. I swear my niece gets more excited about braving the cold in her fuzzy unicorn hat and or cat mittens.