Can you name these stocking stuffers?
1. These popular bracelets, made from rubber, come in a variety of colors and shapes. Many schools have banned them as “too distracting.”
2. This popular stocking stuffer for “sharks” can trace its roots back to 9th century China.
3. These tiny cars were invented in 1967 and are still popular today.
4. This famous “traveler” was inspired by a meter used for testing horsepower on battleships.
5. What twisting turning toy introduced in 1979 has sold more than 100 million units by 1982?
6. What toy, created of silicone oil and boric acid, plays nice with comic strips?
7. This action play trading card game was introduced to American children in 2001, building on the success of Pokeman.
8. First introduced in off-white only, this toy’s ingredients have remained a secret since 1956.
9. According to a Yale University study, this toy ranks 18th among the 20 scents most recognizable to American adults.
10. It wouldn’t be Christmas without these sweet “shepherd’s crooks” filling stockings and hanging on trees.
11. Maybe it’s because they fill out the toe so well, but these tropical treats are rumored to be some of the earliest treats Santa slipped into stockings.
12. Not a traditional stocking stuffer but given the amount of sweets children eat during the holiday season, you dentist may want it to be one.
Answers provided next Tuesday.