Do you ever feel like there is a constant flow of candy and sugar coming into your home? Holiday after holiday my kids are given candy. SO much that they never really eat it all, but they sure do try. I’ve really been trying to make a conscious effort to limit the sugar intake in our household. If you’re like me, it’s often hard to come up with non-candy ideas to give. The weather is finally improving, so there are lots of outdoor activities included in the list below. Last year we did cute little raincoats and rainboots for the toddlers. They LOVED it. It also happened to be raining on Easter, so they were able to go out and splash around in puddles with their new gear.
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- Water Bottle
- Sidewalk Chalk
- Jump Rope
- Hair Brush/Comb
- Stuffed Animal
- Tickets to someplace fun (Zoo, Aquarium, movies)
- Bath Paints or Bath Crayons
- Bath Bombs/Fizzies
- Water Gun
- Card Games – We’ve been playing a lot of Go Fish lately.
- Books – Pete the Cat is my Pre-schoolers current favorite
- Coloring Book – Adult Coloring books are all the rage in our house.
- Tooth brush
- Stickers – What kid doesn’t love stickers?
- Temporary Tattoos
- Legos – Seriously adorable Lego Bunny!
- Pencil Grippers
- Pencil Toppers/Erasers
- Silly Putty
- Hair Clips
- Ponytail holders
- Matchbox Cars
- Nail Stickers
Hope the list helps you fill your kids Easter baskets this year. I *might* have to add some Chocolate Hollow Easter Bunnies to each basket (because YUM!).
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