10 Great Stocking Stuffers for Kids Under $10

10 Stocking Stuffers for Kids Under $10
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I love buying items for my kids' Christmas stockings! They diligently make out their gift list every year, so most of what is festively wrapped under the tree are items they were hoping to open.

But the gifts in the stockings? Those are usually a surprise — something small and fun that my husband and I have thought up — something that they didn't even think to ask for! I like to keep stocking stuffers inexpensive, so here are 10 Great Stocking Stuffers for Kids Under $10!

Magic Straws
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#1 Magic Milk Straws

Available in several different flavors (chocolate, strawberry, cookies and cream, candy cane, and vanilla milkshake), these magic milk straws will transform a glass of milk into a delicious treat. You simply put the straw into the milk and drink through the straw. The flavor beads inside the straw flavor the milk as you drink it! (Available on Amazon.com)

yo yo
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#2 Duncan Pulse Yo-Yo

Is there a more traditional stocking stuffer than a yo-yo? I remember receiving one in my stocking as a kid! This cool yo-yo from Duncan lights up as it spins, and it's a great yo-yo for a first-time user! (Available on Amazon)

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Hot Wheels Ballisticks
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#3 Hot Wheels Ballistiks

These little cars are all rolled up into a ball shape, and then once they hit the floor, they transform into a little car! (Available on Amazon)

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EOS
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#4 EOS Lip Balm

The EOS lip balm is packaged in a cute egg-shaped container, and tweens and teens will love the taste and scent of these decadent lip balms. (Available on Amazon)

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Peg Games
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#5 Peg Games

A few years ago, a cousin gave each of our kids one of these little peg games, and they were so much fun to play! Some games are for one player, and some you play with a friend. They are challenging and non-electronic! (Available on Amazon)

Notebooks
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#6 Notebooks

Kids love to receive little notebooks that they can fill up with drawings, thoughts, notes, lists, song lyrics, etc. The Draw and Write Children's Journal is a great first notebook for young school-aged kids. (Available on Amazon)

These iscream 3D spiral-bound journals make perfect stocking stuffers for older kids. (Available on Amazon for $7.39)

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invisible ink books
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#7 Invisible-Ink Books

Don't you remember those books you got as a kid where you would rub the invisible-ink pen over the text to reveal the answer or color in the picture? Well, they are back! Young Frozen fans can get an invisible ink Frozen activity book. (Available on Amazon )

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Tip: Older kids will love the traditional “fascinating facts and games” versions.

origami kit
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#8 Origami Kit

My kids love to try origami, and this kit comes with 60 papers and images to follow to create the paper animal. There are also YouTube videos that you can use to follow along with the paper folds. (Available on Amazon)

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Diaries
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#9 Lock & Key Diary

These lock-and-key diaries from Peaceable Kingdom are the perfect book to hold your child's private thoughts and keep them out of reach of nosy siblings! (Available on Amazon)

LifeSavers Story books
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#10 Life Savers Storybooks

These Life Savers Storybooks were a traditional stocking stuffer in my own home when I was growing up, and it's one that I love to share now with my kids! The book comes with six rolls of Life Savers candy, plus a craft they can make with one of the Life Savers rolls. (Available on Amazon)

What are you putting in your kids' Christmas stockings this year?

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10 Great Stocking Stuffers for Kids Under $10

My name is Sharon and I am the busy Mom of six children ages 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, and 8. People often ask me "How do you do it?" I tell them that my key to success lies in planning ahead, with a whole lot of creativity and organization thrown in! ... More

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