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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Easter Gift Ideas for Toddlers & Preschoolers

My son is only 17 months old & I really don't like the idea of filling his Easter basket (or his Chrismas stocking) with candy & chocolate. I'll probably get lazy when he's older but while he is little I really like the idea of giving him things that I've made for him or things that he can use/ play with over the next year. 

Here's some really great ideas from all over the blogosphere:


Make a photo blocks puzzle with Not So Idle Hands


Make a Chenille Easter Bunny Softie with Karunui


Make bathtub crayons with One Crafty Place


Make a photobook out of felt with Through The Keyhole


Make a fold up crayon pouch with Craftzine


Make a Colours Quiet Book with Everyday Celebrate


Make bunny bean bags with Two Straight Lines


Make egg shaped chalk with Skip To My Lou


Make Eye Spy bags with Make It And Love It

Make chic finger puppets with Dollar store Crafts

Make leg warmers with Samster Mommy


Make a family memory game with Smart Bottom Enterprises


Make a "Dance Attack" Cd with Prudent Baby


Make a toolbelt with One Hip Mom

Make sponge koosh balls with House of Hepworths




Make a felt chocolate bunny with Playing With Your Food

Make a car caddy with Say Yes To Hoboken

Make felt flower clip barrettes with Koala Brains


Make a super cape with Deannas Stuff


Make a Chics Dig Me shirt with Just Another Day in Paradise

If your pressed for time here's some other great ideas that you can fill an Easter basket with:
bunny ears, sand toys, maracas & tambourine, Hide 'n Squeak eggs, Shape egg puzzle, blocks, books,  sippy cup,  pajamas, puzzles, stuffed animal, cup, plate, fork, spoon, placemat, skipping rope, DVD, toothbrush, toothpaste, magnadoodle,  gardening set, bubble bath, small learning toys, coloring book & crayons, sticker book, photo album & disposible camera, new shoes, a goldfish or a plant to take care of, bathing suit, pinwheel, cookie cutters, own cooking utensils

Healthy & small snacks to fill plastic Easter eggs with:
Cheerios, gold fish crackers, dried fruit, banana chips, apple chips, Little Teddies cookies, rice crackers, baby carrots, granola, popcorn, mini marshmallows (bunny tails), jelly beans


Small things to fill plastic Easter eggs with:
small bugs or animals, bath toys, bath mitt puppet, socks, underwear, stickers, small beanie baby, soft balls,  Little People, pacifiers,  stickers,  felt board figures, small bubbles, alphabet magnets, hakey saks, tattoos, small hot wheels cars, magic putty, bandaids with fun designs, rubber stamps, balloons, small beach ball, erasers, fun shaped crayons, money, play jewelry, barrettes, headbands, bandanas, whistles, ribbons, lacing beads, small bouncy balls, small playdough, craft supplies (feathers, glitter etc.), clothes for dolls, cooking apron, finger puppets


Please keep in mind that some of these things are choking hazards for younger toddlers so make sure to pick age appropriate things to fill your Easter eggs.


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Do you have any other ideas to fill an Easter basket or plastic Easter eggs with? I'd love to hear about it. Just leave a comment below.


Cheers!

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for the link up! You've got a nice BLOG here. I'll be back! :D

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  2. Thanks for featuring my cape. Some great finds too!! :)

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  3. I'm going the "less" candy route this year, too. The last trip to the dentist did not bare good news. :( I always love to give them new holiday books. This year, their baskets have flip flops, little note books, pens, headbands, and SUGARLESS gum and a few other fun finds! Great ideas!

    Jen

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  4. Those bunny bean bags are adorable.

    I used to fill those plastic eggs with cereal. Now that my children are a little older, they expect candy, *sigh*.

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  5. I hope you got my last comment. It isn't showing up for me. Thanks again for featuring me! I grabbed your button and added it to my "features" section of my blog. I also made a new post about being featured so you should get lots of ping-backs! Happy blogging!

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  6. thanks for the little feature! Everything you linked are awesome ideas... makes me want to do the same on my main blog :)
    I'm also linking your button in my feature section :)
    Have a happy Ostara and a nice easter!

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  7. I'm thrilled you like my book. Thanks so much for featuring me. Tina of Through The Keyhole

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  8. Thanks for featuring my felt hair clips! :)

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  9. Thanks for sharing this ideas. i love this all ideas. i feel it something unique and special. Quite different from general gifts.

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  10. Hi, Nice Easter gift ideas for toddlers. Among all i like the Easter bunny bags ideas.

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