It’s Christmas time, and I’m filled with excitement! Jack just turned 2, so I’ve been thinking more about his stocking this year. I noticed dozens of amazing Dollar Tree toddler stocking stuffer ideas when I was shopping the other day, so today I’m sharing them with you!
This year, I spent $17 on Jack’s stocking stuffers, and he’ll have plenty of wonderful craft items to keep him busy during the cold winter season.
Keeping Out Clutter
Before I share my list, I want to say a few words about clutter, because I know that Christmas can get a little crazy!
Thoughtful gifts pour in from grandmas and grandpas, aunts and uncles, siblings and friends—and they can pile up fast.
Because of this, my husband and I try to be especially intentional about the gifts we give our son. We look for gifts that he will enjoy that will also encourage his growth and development.
There are lots of sweet deals at Dollar Tree. However, there is also plenty of cheap junk that will clutter up your closets faster than you can say “Jack Frost”!
If you’re like me, and you don’t want a bunch of clutter hanging around indefinitely, then try sticking to more consumable items.
40 Dollar Tree Toddler Stocking Stuffer Ideas
I’m listing all of these ideas in the same order that I show them in the video (below). Hopefully that will make them easier to find if you’re wanting to see something in particular!
1. Colorful Building Blocks (MegaBloks compatible!)
2. Matchbox Cars and Trucks
3. Play-Doh (single container)
4. Modeling Dough (4-pack or 8-pack, generic brand)
5. Crayola Doodle Pad (other brands also available)
6. Crayola Construction Paper
7. Crayola Washable Kids Paint (lots of color options)
8. Crayola White and Colored Chalk
9. Crayola Dough (single container, lots of color options)
10. Paint Set
11. Sidewalk Chalk (box of 20, 5 colors included)
12. Shopkins Sticker Play Pack
13. Fun Erasers
14. Safety Scissors
15. Giant Sticker Sheets
16. Animal Stencils
17. Flashcards and Game Cards (Disney, Winnie the Pooh, Sesame Street, National Geographic, etc.)
18. Board Books
19. Puzzles (all kinds—from wooden to bath shapes)
20. Sticker Sheet Rolls (pack of 1,000)
21. Silly Putty
22. Balls (various shapes, sizes, and colors/ patterns)
23. Grow Creatures/ Reptiles (add water, and they grow!)
24. Plastic Reptiles and Dinosaurs
25. “My Blox” and “Make-It Blocks” Boxed Building Sets (compatible with Legos!)
26. “My Blox” 48-pc. Assorted Building Blocks (compatible with Legos!)
27. “Make-It Blocks” Base Plates (compatible with Legos!)
28. Wooden Doll House Furniture (chair, bed, table, dresser, desk, and chest of drawers)
29. Plastic Play Fruits and Vegetables (1 bag of each)
30. Crayola and Paw Patrol Bath Bombs
31. Colorful Hair Ties (adorable lollipop packaging)
32. Character Kids’ Toothbrushes (Peppa Pig, Shopkins, Thomas and Friends, Emojis, Hello Kitty, etc.)
33. Crayola Bathtub Finger Paint (comes in 5 colors)
34. Russel Stover’s Chocolate (box of 4)
35. Gingerbread Men and Houses
36. M&M’s Boxes (crispy, original, peanut, peanut butter, etc.)
37. M&M’s Candy Canes
37. Coloring Books (animals, Winnie the Pooh, Disney, Crayola, Paw Patrol, etc.)
38. Crayola Crayons
39. Plastic Putty Knives (for using with Crayola Dough/ Play-Doh!)
40. White Poster Board (for coloring on… it doesn’t fit in a stocking, but it’s a fun toddler activity!)
Which Dollar Tree Stocking Stuffer Ideas I Chose
To see exactly which of the items on this list I picked up for Jack, just watch the video I put together.
(I’ll probably go back for Crayola crayons and safety scissors!)
Wrapping it Up (sorry for the pun)
I hope this list gives you some great ideas for your toddler’s stocking! Dollar Tree is great because you can go a little crazy without spending much at all. ;)
Lastly, if you have any other Dollar Tree toddler stocking stuffer ideas, then please share them down below! I know there are plenty more ideas out there, and it’s great to have lots of options.
Have fun shopping for your little one—and Merry Christmas!