Stocking Filler Idea's for Kids!

Each year I find it hard to think of things the monkeys would like in their Christmas Stockings, so I wondered maybe others might be having the same dilemma! I've come up with a few great suggestions here, but of course these are just a few possibilities!
The ever popular puzzle brand Rubik's now have a range for juniors! John Adams Rubik's Junior Animal Puzzles. For ages 4+ and just £9.99 each, they can be found on Amazon. As featured on This Morning!
With the New Paddington Movie out now, these University Games Paddington Spot the Difference and Colour On items will make great stocking fillers. For ages 8+ and 3+ there's something for older and younger children. Both available from John Lewis at £7.99 each.
A game in a tin! Timeline from Esdevium Games is perfect for older children, aged 8+. This one is all about British History, but there are many more! £13.99 from John Lewis.
At first glance, this looks like a girls magazine but in fact it's a plush toy! Shnooks by Zuru. Unpack it and watch it expand up to 8 x it's size! Groom it an collect them all. One for the girls, this costs £7.99. There are 6 to collect. From major toy retailers, including Smyths.
Zuru Mayka, the original toy block tape. Ingenious tape that you can stick Lego and other compatible bricks onto! Around £10-£14, use it as a base for hanging creations upside down, horizontally or vertically! Get it from Argos.
How about some Hallmark Itty Bittys? Lots to collect and different collections available. These Justice League ones make a full set. There's even Christmas themed ones! Buy from Amazon for £6 each.
The latest Despicable Me 3 movie is out now on DVD. A great stocking filler for Minion fans and great family viewing too! £10 from Tesco. Perfect viewing after those belly's have been filled and Dad is sleepy on Christmas Day!
New Trolls Holiday on DVD. "When the Queen of the Trolls, Poppy, finds out that the Bergens do not have holidays, she enlists help from her friends, Branch and the Snack Pack, to help her bring holidays to the Bergens" £4.99 from Amazon.
These 'his and hers' Kevin and Katie Carrots from the Aldi Christmas Adverts are actually now sold out, but if you were lucky enough to get hold of any, why not pop them into the kids stocking! Money raised from the sale of these lovable plush carrots goes to the Teenage Cancer Trust. Just £2.99 each. From Thursday 14th December you can get baby ones too!
For your Minion fan, there's the new Despicable Me 3 Mineez Minions Collectors Tin. Collect mini Minions and store them in the tin! Lots to collect. £14.99 from Amazon.
Last but not least, maybe some Pokemon merchandise! The trading cards are always popular and will make a perfect stocking filler. These plush Pokemon toys from Tomy are great too. Litten and Owlet cost from £9.99 each. All Pokemon gifts can be found at various retailers! 

So, there you have it. A quick guide for some Kids stocking ideas. 
We wish you happy shopping and of course don't forget the chocolate coins and selection box!

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