Disney Frozen Gift and Stocking Stuffer Ideas under $10
Ever since the Disney Frozen movie was released, my daughter has been obsessed with everything 'Frozen'. So it's no surprise that with her birthday coming up, 'Frozen' paraphernalia sat at the top of her wish list. Frozen books, frozen dolls, frozen dressing-up clothes and more were on her list of most wanted items. Of course she couldn't possibly have everything she wanted, but she did end up with a fair amount of Disney frozen toys and books, given by kind relatives and friends. She also received an amazon gift card and couldn't get online fast enough with it to check out what was on offer.
Which Disney Frozen character is your child's favourite?
Now Disney products can be quite pricey so I didn't think she would find much for her money. However, she was more than happy to find a whole load of Frozen stuff within her budget. She ended up buying the Thrills and Chills deluxe paintbox book, Elsa's tiara and the Disney Frozen Read Along Storybook and CD. She also started compiling an early Christmas list of all the other things that took her fancy. So with a bit of help from my 7 year old, I've put together this handy list of Disney Frozen stocking stuffer ideas all costing less than $10. If you have a little Frozen fan at home too you're sure to find this list useful in the run up to Christmas.
For Little Artists
- Invisible ink colouring book
- Elsa & Anna pink tin pencil case
- Frozen Ultimate Sticker Book
- Grab and Go play pack
- Disney Frozen stickers
- Thrills and Chills deluxe paintbox book
My little girl's favourite from this list is without a shadow of a doubt the. It has 60 beautiful scenes from the Frozen movie which you can paint with the water colour paints that are included with this set. Disney Frozen Thrills and Chills deluxe paintbox book
I have to say I was pleasantly surprised to see how much my daughter enjoyed painting these pictures. She usually gets bored pretty quickly. Maybe it was something to do with it being Disney Frozen pictures? All I know is it kept her busy for hours which let me get other things done. The pictures are very realistic and are quite detailed so perhaps more suited to age five and over rather than the recommended age 3+ mentioned on amazon. The quality of the paper and paints was also really impressive for the low price tag. The paints did run out before the book was finished and my daughter ended up completing the last few scenes using colour markers. But at less than $5 I was still really impressed with the overall quality of this paint book.
Dressing Up Accessories
- Disney Frozen Elsa's shoes
- Elsa's tiara
- Anna's jewellery set
- Disney Frozen bracelet
- Nail polish
- Anna's tiara
- Long satin white gloves
In our house, our dressing up box just grows and grows. When my little girl's friends come around they immediately pull out costumes, accessories and pieces of fabric and within minutes they are all transformed. What follows are intricate games of make believe that can go on for hours. So it was no surprise to me that my daughter wanted to add to her dressing up box. After searching for some time on Amazon she chose Elsa's tiara. All I can say was it was a great choice and has since been worn for many dressing up sessions.
Last Christmas, my daughter was delighted to find a pair of in her Christmas stocking. These beautifully made gloves have proved to be the ideal accessory to wear with her many princess costumes. And of course they look perfect with her Elsa costume and are far more affordable than the Disney version. The only problem now is that all of her friends fight over who gets to wear the coveted white satin gloves in their make believe games! long satin white gloves
For Little Bookworms
- Journey to the Ice Palace
- Disney Frozen Look and Find
- A Day in the Sun
- Disney Frozen Read Along Storybook and CD
- Big Snowman, Little Snowman (Step into Reading series)
- A Tale of Two Sisters (Step into Reading series)
- The Christmas Party (Step into Reading series)
Now I personally find Disney books rather boring. I think there are so many fantastic children's books that are far more engaging than these ones. But for some reason that I can't quite fathom, all kids seem to like them. I'm all for going along with what the kids find fun as they really do pick up a lot more when it's something that they enjoy doing. So if that means reading Disney Frozen books over and over again with my child, then I resign myself to doing this.
When I began to explore the Frozen range of books, I was pleasantly surprised to find that the reputable Step into Reading series now includes a Disney Frozen range of books. Now this really is a sure fire way of getting your little Frozen fan hooked on books. There are level 1 books, which are suitable for preschool-kindergarten children that are familiar with their alphabet and are showing a keen interest in learning to read. Level 2 books have short simple sentences and are suitable for preschool-grade 1 children who recognise familiar words and are eager to sound out new words with a bit of help from an adult. My daughter is beyond this stage in reading but I've ordered the Level 1 books for my 4 year old niece who's also an avid Frozen fan.
Disney Frozen School Supplies
- Scoop bag
- Pencil case
- Tote bag
- Water bottle
- Carry and go puzzle bag
- Name Labels
Kids just love to show off their new gear to their friends. So when my daughter received a Disney Frozen tote bag and pencil case as birthday gifts she couldn't wait to show them to her friends at school. All of her friends are equally mad about the film and were suitably impressed with her new school gear. Disney school bags, pencils, packed lunch bags and more are available for sale on Amazon if you're looking for school supplies for your child.