Does anyone else wish that Easter was a little less "chocolatey"? As much as I love a treat now and then, there is often enough chocolate at Easter time for an entire year!
Here are some small gifts that aren't full of sugar!
I have chosen gifts that are under $10 (or £10). Amazon does change the price of things daily so apologies if the prices have changed.
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Awesome Easter Fillers for People in the USA
10 Pots of Play Doh (Play doh is always a winner in our house!)
Uno Card Game (Great game that my kids love. Encourages numeracy and the difficult task of losing graciously!)
Lego Sea Plane (We love all things lego!)
Spiderman Toothbrush (A great way to encourage teeth cleaning so that they "don't turn black and fall out!)
Kids’ Sunglasses (with UV filters)
NERF gun (Another family favourite. The big guns are expensive but I love this little one.)
Star Wars Battery Toothbrush (We've recently got an electric tooth brush for the kids and it definitely helps with enthusiasm to brush teeth!)
The Solar System Puzzle (100 pieces)
Playmobil Biker Set (Big playmobil fans in this house.)
Inflatable Guitars (I once bought these as a cheap gift for my nieces and nephews and they were their favourites that year!)
SwimWays Toypedo Dive Toys (great way to encourage swimming games.)
Awesome Easter Fillers for People in the UK
Octons (those shapes that clip into each other)
Mini Outdoor microscope (for looking at bugs. Obviously.)
Melissa and Doug Magnetic Dress Up Boy (My 3, now 4 year old has this and he loves it.)
Beastly Body Bits Jigsaw Puzzle (300 pieces) (My 6 year old has this and it was a great family activity to do. He can do it by himself as well.)
My First Times Tables Snap (great for encouraging numeracy in a fun way.)
Hama Bead Set (My boys love doing hama beads.)
Children’s Sun Glasses (always make sure sunnies have UV filters, these ones do.)
Sun Hat (they have an adorable range)