Every time we turn a corner, there’s another holiday where sugar is everywhere.It’s gotten to the point where we have to avoid the holiday section of Target so our kids don’t go into a frenzy over all the sweets.
With Easter almost here, the bunny might be scrambling to come up with creative basket gifts that won’t cause treat overload. Here are some non-candy Easter Basket items to consider.
Go with anEaster theme, or be totally random and stock their shelves with a few classics.
Rainy day accessories
Even if your child has a pair of rain boots already, they’re most likely covered in mud and could probably use an upgrade.
An upside down umbrella also serves as a cute and functional “basket,” and helps prepare kids for soggy spring weather.
After you pack up the winter PJs, bunny pajamas or a new set of slippers are welcome additions to the bedtime routine.
Have them help plant thisspring. Get your kids in the mood for outdoor season by including some gloves, a shovel and seeds.
Nothing says spring like a fresh box of sidewalk chalk or a jump rope. Now is the time to purge your garage of old, broken toys and welcome the warm weather with new outdoor goodies.
New Play-Doh, clay, markers or a set of crayon “eggs” will spark spring creativity. Or try out these adorableEaster crafts!
Chances are, everyone has outgrown last year’s footwear. Get ready for warmth with a fresh pair of kicks.
Everyone loves a goodfamily game night. Jenga, Children’s Pictionary or travel Scrabble are great for bringing along on spring break trips, too.
Check out our list of classic games to play with kids for additional inspiration.
Your indoor playroom might need some love, too, especially if you’ve recently donated old toys. Matchbox cars, dolls, Legos, etch-a-sketch; the possibilities for easy, affordable trinkets are endless.