15 No Chocolate Easter Gift Ideas For Kids
Chocolate is often the first choice of gift at Easter. Mountains of Easter eggs to get through, which isn’t what we want for our kids I’m sure.
So I have compiled a list of alternative Easter gifts you can give to babies and children that DO NOT include chocolate. If you want to give chocolate as well then great but if they can’t have chocolate how about one of these alternatives.
Teddies, a cuddly sheep, it doesn’t have to be big but something they can play with.
A special outfit they can wear over Easter. Take lots of photos and you can look back on those memories later.
Kids can have hours of fun with balloons. Put a helium balloon near a baby and they will pull on the string to make it bob up and down. Hear them giggle with excitement. Toddlers love balloons too, kicking them, throwing them in the air. Use stickers or draw on them to turn them into characters.
A comforters, teething ring, bib or something they can use every day. It doesn’t even have to be in an Easter theme if you don’t want it to. Some items to include in your bundles.
Baby books, toddler books, activity books or even colouring books. Older kids can read themselves or have fun times and read to them.
Take them on special days out. buy or make a voucher for the farm if you want to give them a physical gift. Special days out with the kids can create some amazing memories.
If you want to use the empty plastic eggs and fill them with things then how about printable tickets to go inside with different treats written on them. Some ideas of tickets can be found on momenvy.co
Vouchers for a mini photo shoot
Get the family together and create some lasting memories. It doesn’t have to be an expensive photo shoot. Look around for local photographers that off services in your budget.
Craft supplies & stickers
Kids can have fun making cool things. Save some cereal boxes to go with the supplies and they will be happy.
Mini Lego figures or hot wheels cars
New water bottle
Not just any bottle but a personalised one. So there’s no confusing over who’s water bottle it is.
Garden tool set
Toddlers love to help out in the garden when it’s warmer.
Let them grow something in a pot. Could be a sunflower, cress heads or vegetables if they want to learn how things grow.
Filled with their favourite toy characters, i.e Paw Patrol or Peppa Pig