Easter is just around the corner. I’m on the hunt for non-candy ideas for my kid’s Easter baskets. I found some great non-junk ideas and now I just have to narrow down this list for my two little ones!
Beeswax Crayons • These non-toxic crayons are made from natural beeswax and are good for the environment. They are triangular shaped so they won’t roll off the table!
Eco-Dough • This dough is made with all natural ingredients! You can relax when your toddler has their hands in it and inevitably puts those hands in their mouth!
Bubble Wands • Kids LOVE bubbles but the standard bubble container is easier to spill and difficult for little hands to maneuver. We love bubble wands because they produce giant bubbles and are easier for kids to use on their own.
Garden Tools with Tote • Spring is here! Both my kids love digging in the dirt and “planting” vegetables.
Bunny Peek a Boo • A fun developmental game for kids ages 2-5.
Magnifying Glass • Santa brought our kids magnifying glasses in their stockings last year and they haven’t gotten sick of them yet. A magnifying glass is a great learning toy for indoors and outdoors.
Baby’s First Easter
Your baby won’t get as excited about their Easter basket as an older kid, but it’s still so fun to fill! From springtime vegetable washcloths to wood and silicone teethers, there are so many adorable ideas for your infant’s first Easter basket.