Candy at Easter time in our house wasn’t a big deal. Rather than put all kinds of candy in my son’s Easter basket, I would put inexpensive little toys. I also spent time creating a reader’s Easter egg “hunt” that my son just loved. It was perfect for him because he lovhttp://giftsforlearning.com/wp/what-to-put-in-easter-baskets-5-alternatives-to-candy/ed to read. The last egg had a hint that led to something a little bigger and a little more expensive than the small items I placed in the basket. The toys and games listed here are perfect for the “end” of the hunt. For younger children and those who are not yet reading, you can still have an egg hunt and help your child find the eggs, and then in the last hiding place, have one of these games or toys for Easter. Of course, you don’t need to have an Easter egg hunt to provide your child with these fun toys.
Candy at Easter time in our house wasn't a big deal. Rather than put all kinds of candy in my son's Easter basket, I would put inexpensive little toys. I also spent time creating a reader's Easter egg 'hunt' that my son just loved. It was perfect for him...Carol BainbridgeCarol Bainbridgegiftedkidsguide@gmail.comAdministratorGifts for Learning