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What to put in stockings?

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TheGreenNinja Mon 23-Nov-15 19:23:38

I'm feeling extremely lacking in inspiration this year. children are between 5 and 9.
I already have chocolate coins, notebooks, and chocolate button-filled lightsabers.
I need to be able to shop online as we are quite rural.
Can't think what else to get, apart from Christmas socks/pants? any ideas gratefully received!

allisbrightandshiney Mon 23-Nov-15 19:51:01

So far i have......
Playing cards/quiz cards
Top trumps
Magazine
Post it notes
Cheap dvd
Wash mit/sponge
Hairbrush
Mini characters (like shopkins/minion figure)
Mini general knowledge book

PingPongBat Mon 23-Nov-15 23:11:28

How about
pens/pencils/crayons
stickers
mini bubble bath
£2 coin
jelly sweets
rocket balloons
whoopee cushion
bouncy ball
yoyo
slinky

We've always put fruit in (apple or clementine) but they usually end up back in the fruit bowl!

Lots more ideas on Hawkins website

Pobspits Mon 23-Nov-15 23:15:39

I have a dd (5.5) and ds (nearly 9)

Jelly beans
Noise putty
Light up toothbrushes
Eyeball rings
Notebooks and pens
Hair stuff for dd
Shaped hole punches
Football cards
Shopkins
Bath stuff
Socks and pants - exciting!
Shin pads
Football socks
Training bibs for when they play 5 / side out the front
Street chalk
Twirly straws
Fidget toy

Goodbetterbest Mon 23-Nov-15 23:39:31

Dotcomgiftshop.com

Cheap, useful stuff. Little tubes of colouring pencils, felt sewing kits, Christmas decorations, all manner of stuff. It's ace.

Deltabeta Mon 23-Nov-15 23:53:45

For my DS (7) I have the following. Not sure I'm following the typical stocking fillers but I'm hoping he will like it!
Jurassic world blind bags
Disney infinity power discs
Hatch em Dinosaur egg
Mini dinosaurs in a tube
Dinosaur fossils
Star Wars choccies
Disney infinity figure
Minecraft Lego figures
Chocolate coins
Ninjago dvd
Lego man soap

tostaky Tue 24-Nov-15 09:50:53

Goodbetterbest - thanks for recommending dotcomgiftshop It is brilliant!

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