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Top 10 Stocking Stuffers

The stockings are hung by the chimney with care... but they're empty! Kidzworld offers up 10 great items to stuff inside those Christmas stockings.

10. Lip Balm

Lip balm is the ultimate cold weather necessity. Plus it's so small that it leaves lots of room in the stocking for more stuff! Get a fruity, shimmering gloss for the girls and a clear balm with a hint of mint for the guys.

9. Slippers

Give the gift of toasty tootsies with a pair of slippers. Sort of like sweaters for your feet, they're perfect for cozying up on the couch on a cold winter's day.

8. Flannel Boxers

To the guy who lives for comfort, grab a pair of flannel boxers. Whether it's your dad, brother, or BF, he'll appreciate that soft, lived-in feeling that every pair of these boxers offers up.

7. Toys

Get the Rubik's Revolution, which has everything the famous cube had to offer plus new games and cool sound effects, or a challenging book of sudoku for all the brainiacs in your family.

6. Books

Is someone dyin' to read The Golden Compass or one of the other books from the His Dark Materials trilogy? These popular reads will make perfect stocking stuffers.

5. Candy

Who doesn't like sweets at Christmas? Stuff stockings with candy canes, packets of tea and hot chocolate, or homemade Christmas cookies. And include a pack of gum and mints in one of those metal tins if you-know-who needs a dose of fresh breath.

4. Sporting Goods

Is your dad a golf fanatic? Is mom obsessed with yoga? Then grab some golf gloves or a pack of golf balls for him, and a yoga mat or workout DVD for her.

3. Headphones

A brand new set of headphones will complete the iPod that's already sitting under the Christmas tree for that special someone!

2. CDs and DVDs

CDs and DVDs are great for the music lover and movie buff in the family. Grab the latest discs from Bow Wow, Britney Spears or Carrie Underwood, or pick up The Simpsons Movie on DVD.

1. Video Games

Wii would like to play Guitar Hero III! Get it before it flies off the store shelves!

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