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5 Stocking Filler Ideas for Pre-Schoolers

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

In just four weeks time it will be Christmas Eve. These four weeks are going to fly by! We want to help you get ready for Christmas, so we’re sharing 5 stocking filler ideas for pre-schoolers. All of these stocking fillers cost less than £10 each.

Mr Tumble’s Fun Sounds Spotty Ball  - 12 Months and Over

We all love Mr Tumble so this is certainly going to go down well on Christmas morning. The ball can be thrown, caught and kicked, just like any other ball. What separates it from the rest is that when you interact with it, either with your hands or feet, you’ll hear fun sounds from Mr Tumble. The ball is decorated with Mr Tumble and friends and is very soft. It’s made from soft fabric and it’s perfect for indoor play.

Hey Duggee Small Soft Toys – 10 months and Over

Choose between Enid the Cat, Squirrel and Hey Duggee himself. These small soft toys vary in price but all of them are below £10. The Enid the Cat small soft toy is exclusive to Golden Bear Toys, you won’t find it anywhere else.

Twirlywoos Sing Along Very Important Lady – 10 Months and Over

This is a soft toy that all Twirlywoo fans are going to love. It’s super soft and once you give the Very Important Lady a squeeze she comes to life. Listen to the funny sounds from the show during play. Take her on adventures or have her as a bedtime companion at night.

In the Night Garden Pick n’ Place Wooden Puzzle

In this high tech age it’s always nice to go back to some of the classic toys we all grew up with.  The In the Night Garden wooden puzzle has 6 chunky puzzle pieces that need to be placed back correctly to make the picture. It’s designed for small hands and promotes dexterity development and hand-eye coordination too!

My 1st JCB Talkie Joey

Joey is made from bright, chunky plastic and fits in small hands perfectly. He is made for hard working fun.  Joey has a moving scoop, he says fun phrases, plays sounds and has flashing lights too. This is the perfect toy for kids who love a bit of messy fun in the garden or the sandpit, but he plays well in the living room too.

We hope we’ve given you a few ideas for stocking fillers this Christmas, which ones will your children love?


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