Christmas stocking fillers for all the family

Stockings are an ever present quirk of Christmas, with children and adults alike delighting in emptying out a lovingly packed stock on Christmas morning.

This said, in the days of quirky gifts and gadgets galore kids may be less impressed with a juicy orange and more interested in something from, perhaps, Apple. So, have a look at these interesting stocking fillers that are sure to keep them happy!


This nifty gadget is perfect for young and old alike. Place something – an ant, a leaf – through the Powerscope and have it magnified 30 times. Excellent for kids who are keen to learn more about the environment around them.


To celebrate 100 years of Roald Dahl, British luxury chocolate brand Rococo has released some very special bars that will delight young and old readers of his books. Each bar is inspired by a different Roald Dahl book, from ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’, the ‘BFG’ and of course, the notorious Willy Wonka bar.


There’s nothing like a warming cup of hot chocolate on Christmas Day, and thanks to Primark’s ‘chocolate stirrers’, festive beverages can be made extra special. Simply place the stirrer into the cup, stir and voila!


Sometimes the simplest gifts are the most best, and fans of Disney will no doubt love these cute finger puppets. What is more, at the competitive price of £3, not even Ebeneezer Scrooge from Disney’s adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ could complain!


At the peak of your celebration, whether it be at the Christmas party or when ringing in the new year, you can’t afford not to have confetti blast high into the air and rain down during a high five! With quick reloads and a 100% safe design, this is the perfect stocking filler for any age.

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