36 Stocking Stuffers for Kids Without Toxic Chemicals

36 Stocking Stuffers for Kids Without Toxic Chemicals

Christmas is one of our very favorite times of the year. So much to celebrate! We have a ton of kids in our family too, so we made it our mission this year to find a wide variety of stocking stuffers to fit the uniqueness of every single one of them – all without the biggest toxic chemical offenders.

One of the most important things we do every year with the kids is donate part of the money we'd normally spend on their presents to charity. We rotate through several organizations that we know make an important difference in the lives of the less fortunate in America and around the world.

We also print out homemade certificates for the kids telling them about the people they helped with their Christmas money. It makes a great addition to each stocking, and it teaches the kids the importance of helping those in need and to be thankful for all they have.

Our Favorite Charities


Stocking Stuffers for Kids

 
Recycled Colored Pencils
Spot It Jr
Sun Art Paper
Piggy Paint Non-toxic Nail Polish
Wooden Robot
Tegu Magnetic Wooden Blocks
Blobimals Melting Monsters
Nylon Hair Pieces
Solar Powered Race Car
Lego Minifigures
Play Silks
Kanoodle Game
Lock & Key Diary
Flash Lightening Fast Dice Game
Clatterpillar Instrument
Coin Bank
How to Speak Dog Book
Crayon Rocks
Pocket Paper Dolls
Slinky
Mini Art Painting Set
Totally Gross Card Game
Dinosaur Fossil Sand Dino Dig
Eco-Dough Modeling Clay
Novelty Earbuds
Jacks Game
Lego Silicone Ice Cube & Candy Mold Trays
Photo Props
Mad Libs
Velvet Coloring Poster
Pocket Paper Airplane Book
Mini RC Grenade Race Car
Super Sonic Laser Top
World's Best Marbles and Games
Wooden Tetris Game
Eco Jump Rope
 

The Soft Landing Christmas Shopping Guides

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2 Responses to 36 Stocking Stuffers for Kids Without Toxic Chemicals

  1. Christina Mills (Brian and Chr November 25, 2015 at 3:28 pm #

    Slinky (at least the junior version) was just reported as having dangerous levels of chromium.

    • The Soft Landing Sisters December 10, 2015 at 10:40 am #

      Uh oh! Do you happen to have a link to that report Christina? We’d like to check it out. Thanks!

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