Finding stocking stuffers for boys is harder now that kids spend so much time on electronics. We have found some stocking stuffer ideas that will encourage little boys to step away from their electronics!
Struggling to stuff that stocking with gifts your little guy will love? We have compiled a list of Stocking Stuffers for Boys to make your search easier.
Stocking Stuffers for Boys
These walkies are Easy to use and adjustable. There is a simple push to talk button, your child will be able to play right away hassle free. Immediate fun straight out of the box. Adjustable volume allows for a pleasant listening experience.
Think of a Pokemon. Trainer Guess will guess it!
Speak your answers, using voice recognition Pokemon Trainer Guess will understand you.
This includes Animals, Alphabet, Numbers, Vehicles, Safari, Under the Sea. Each spiral-bound pad has 4 reusable pages and water pen that stores in cover. The reveal pictures and details with water, dry to erase, fill in again.
The LeapReader system helps your child learn to read with confidence by sounding out letters and words in interactive stories and activities. Teaches long and short vowel sounds, sight words, word blending, spelling skills and more
Play-doh is fun and affordable way for your kiddos to explore their creative side. This convenient tube is filled with 10 one-ounce cans of Play-Doh compound and fits perfectly in a stocking.
Kinetic Sand is the squeezable sand where you can feel the fun. You can pack it, pull it, and shape it.
This package contains 4 tools perfect for building fine-motor skills and strengthens hand muscles needed for writing.
Move fast when the colors flash! Set out the targets to design your own course however you want! Use the tagger to choose from 3 game modes: beat the clock, target tally and relay race!
This 5-pack was inspired by Marvel’s hit Avengers film. There are 5 of the coolest Avenger themed die-cast collectible vehicles.
This no stick Playfoam is perfect for sculpting squishy, squashy creations anywhere and anytime. Preschoolers are free to express their creativity, with no mess to clean up afterward.