Christmas is coming soon, so you may be thinking about what to put in those stockings. I’m always at a loss of what to do for the stockings, but I came up with some ideas! Specifically, I searched for Christmas stocking stuffers for preschoolers that they should enjoy. Some of these items are educational, while some are just for fun.
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As the image suggests, this game is recommended for those who are aged 4 and older. The winner of the game is the person who draws the most upper and lower case letter pair flash cards. So, for example, in the image, you have a parent and a child duck. The word “duck” is in uppercase for the adult duck and in lowercase for the child duck.
Learning through games is such a good strategy to use, which increases the motivational factor for kids.
I don’t think I can ever have enough paint for my daughter. She loves painting all the time! Of course, painting is great for encouraging fine motor skills. It’s also good for helping kids learn colors and how to blend them to make secondary colors.
These are great for kids aged 4 and older. Again, crayons are great for helping with fine motor skills! And who doesn’t love getting new crayons?
This book has great reviews on Amazon! The main storyline is that the blue truck is delivering Christmas trees to all the animals to help spread holiday cheer!
For those fun crafts to do with your little ones!
These are great for girls between the ages of 3-10.
What kid doesn’t love money?
Kids will love using these to mix, blend, and layer colors to create a beautiful picture! These markers are made to be mess-free, never dry out, and make a perfect dot each time. You can use some of these markers with this winter activity bundle: winter activity binder. This bundle has some printables where you can use these markers, but there are also other activities that your child might enjoy over the Christmas holidays!
I always love giving at least one stuffed animal for Christmas. When I do this, I have used Christmas related stuffed animals (such as reindeers or snowmen), but you can also just give a teddy bear.
I don’t know what it is about slime, but my daughter loves it!
You can get more information on this book series here: how to teach your child to read
This book series is great for helping your child learn to read at home. These books are personalized, and studies seem to show that children retain more information if it’s personalized. If you are interested in this book series, you can go to this website: https://mylibook.com
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I hope these give you some good ideas for stocking stuffers this Christmas! It’s a mix of art, clothes, and toys! Enjoy the holidays and stay safe!
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