Looking for an alternative then candy in your children’s Easter baskets this year? You’ll be surprised to find out that your kids will actually not miss the candy once you fill their baskets with things that they like. Here are some ideas for you to use and please feel free to comment and add some more ideas for us to share with each other!!
** Tip: Some of these items are small enough that you can put in easter eggs to hide!! If you have girls and boys try hiding pick and blue eggs and that way they can only find their color eggs. That way they get their own items.
TODDLERS: Play Dough, Bath Fun, Bubbles, Books, Coloring Books, Crayons, Dolls, Trucks, Cars, Fun Plate/Cup Set, Stuffed Animals, Balls (not chocking sized ones), Puzzles, Mega Blocks, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky, Bibs, Bunny Ears, Tooth Brush, Gold Fish Crackers, Lincoln Logs, Harmonica, Little People, Pinwheel,
ELEMENTARY: Books, Art Supplies, Legos, Sidewalk Chalk, Stickers, Play Dough, Kite, Action Figures, Barbie(or similar dolls), Mini Board Games, Flash Cards, Play Jewelry, Hair Accessories, Bird House to Paint, Chap Stick, Puzzles, Planting Seeds.
TWEENS: Jewelry, Sports Stuff, Hair Accessories, Hair Supplies, Gift Card, Make-Up, Video Game, Books, Art Supplies, Scented Lotions, Bird House, Jewelry, Shoes, Purse, Locker Stuff, Note Pads, Socks, Chap Stick, Photo Album, Books, DVD’s
TEENS: Sun Glasses, Movie, Perfume/Cologne, Scented Lotion, Make-Up, Books, DVD’s, Jewelry, Video Games, Gift Card, Socks, Something Decorative for their Locker, Shoes, Note Pads, Nail Polish, Alarm Clock, Belt, Picture Frame, Photo Album, Scrap Book, Hair Supplies.