Sometimes ideas for filling an Easter basket can leave you stumped. What do you put in your child’s Easter basket? Do you have some things that always end up in an Easter basket like we do? Things like bubbles.
In the past I have shared some of the ways that we fill Easter baskets without breaking the bank for us frugal shoppers.
Ideas for Filling an Easter Basket
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Here are some fun, non-candy, non-chocolate ideas for you. This year I am doing something a little different, instead of using a Easter basket, or something that is just going to take up space, I got large sand buckets to use instead. They’ll be heading outside with them, not in my house taking up space.
Fruit cups… take it a step farther and draw a little bunny or chick face on the top.
A bottle of water
An apple or orange
Arts and Crafts
Stamps for paper
Bead kits – jewelry making kits
Playdough – store bought or homemade
Pads of paper – construction paper
Hola Hoops – I know they don’t fit in a basket, but they are cheap, and my kids love them.
A helmet and/or protective elbow pads, etc.
Rubber boots – so important to have awesome new boots!
Seeds for them to plant
Reuseable snack containers
What type of things would you add to this list? What are the things that you add to your kids Easter basket each year?