Whether you’re shopping for your own little one, a family member, or looking for something special to donate for a good cause I’ve got you covered! Today on LtL I’m sharing 10 stocking stuffers holiday gift guide for ages 2-5 under $20.
Holiday Gift Guide Under $20
Where’s Waldo Book – I used to love these books when I was younger! Brooks is into I Spy and Categories right now, so I thought this would be a fun addition to add to his stocking stuffers. I’m hoping it’ll be good entertainment for those 4-10 hour car rides to Atlanta and Jacksonville. 😉
Chunkies Paint Sticks – Brooks loves these! With a thicker grip, these are great for smaller hands learning how to draw and have fun with their colors. They’ll love the bold colors and how easily they glide on the paper.
Adventure Planet Dinosaur Set (20 piece) + Carrying Case – For those mamas with dino lovers out there, this is the set for you. The carrying case is a big seller for me. Anything that comes with something to contain the toys, I’m in. Plus, these are great for additional activities like paint the dino, wash the dino, sort the dino. Endless possibilities for these little guys! 😉
Spot It! Jr. Animals Game – This is a great game for a wide range of ages. I think this would be a great game to easily adapt to depending on the age of your little one.
Coogam Wooden Magnetic Letters and Numbers Easel Board – This looks like a great activity board for road trips and on-the-go days. There’s a dry erase board, cute magnet animals, letters and numbers.
Melissa and Doug Classic Card Game Set – These are adorable and I’m adding them to Brooks’ stocking stuffers. This set comes complete with classics like Old Maid, Animal Rummy, and Go Fish.
Wikkistix – For the doodler, molder, creative little crafter in your home! These are a big hit with any age or gender.
Melissa and Doug Scissor Skills and Activity Book – I thought this would be a good car activity or rainy day activity book for Brooks and wanted to share it with y’all. We are working on our fine motor skills and building those little hand muscles for scissor and hand writing skills. 😉 This looks like a fun way of incorporating both without him thinking we’re doing anything but having fun!
Do A Dot Art – These are awesome! Brooks has had these at school two years in a row and they don’t get old. They’re also good for the parents who aren’t into getting a full painting/craft station out, but the kids can still get their ‘paint’ on.
Play-Doh 10 Pack Assorted Colors – You can’t ever go wrong with Play-Doh! It’s the essential stocking stuffer of yesteryear.
Thanks so much for reading y’all! I hope you found this list helpful! If you have any feedback or tips for other fun toys under $20, leave me a comment below. For more holiday gift guide posts visit this post and this post.
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