Here is a great list of non-candy Easter Basket filler ideas for your kiddos. If you are anything like our family, my kids still have candy from Valentine’s Day that hasn’t been eaten – and I don’t want to get them an Easter Basket full of MORE candy!
(Plus, I’m sure the grandparents will give them plenty of candy anyway.) Here are some ideas to help them have fun experiences playing or exploring that can be more valuable to their childhood development, rather than just more chocolate. 😉
Easter Basket Ideas for Boys or Girls:
Create 3D Structures From 2D Nets With Magformers Ice Cream Set. Build Your Own Ice Cream Stand And Serve Your Customers Delicious Ice Cream Treats.
This Set Includes 22 Pieces. 7 Squares, 2 Arches, 4 Sectors, 1 Rectangle, 1 Ice Cream Sign, 2 Base Plates, 1 Ice Cream Block, 1 Mini Chair, 1 Mini Table, 1 Ice Cream Seller And 1 Wall Plate.
Getting children to focus, especially kids with learning differences like ASD (autism spectrum disorder) and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), can be a huge challenge.
Traditional computer pointing devices don’t provide the physical stimulation that many of these kids need. Trackpads, keyboards, and traditional mice are cold, hard, and lifeless. Trackpads require fine motor skills that younger children and kids with ASD often lack.
That’s why we created a computer mouse specifically for learning-challenged kids. It’s designed from the ground up to provide the rewarding multi-sensory experience these children crave. Simply put, it’s a delight to look at, hold and use. Kids – and adults, too – can’t keep their hands off it.
My 9-year-old daughter who does not have learning disabilities absolutely LOVES this mouse! She loves the physical stimulation and says that clicking the mouse “is extremely satisfying.”
Sounds like a gadget that is great for everyone, and not just those who struggle with autism or ADHD. It comes in 4 different bright colors!
these are perfect activity boxes filled with fun to do with your kids either on a rainy day, while they are with the grandparents or a babysitter!
Here is what one customer said:
“Coming from a former teacher’s perspective, this kit gets my “teacher approved” stamp. The kit includes a pamphlet filled with activities to do with your child! Everything you need is right in the box! There are art activities, a music and movement activity, a few food activities, a read-aloud suggestion to match the theme of the box, and the list goes on. I especially love how the read-aloud section comes with specific age-appropriate leveled questions to ask your child before and after reading. This makes it so easy for parents to spend quality time with their child without having to plan what to do! Even better, all of the materials were right in the box! So easy!”
In the sequel to Brudders Learns How to Make Friends, Brudders embarks on a new adventure with his forest friends, filled with expression, immense joy, and pure bliss. Hop into the carrot fields with Brudders as he meets the Bunny Sisters and experiences firsthand the joy he can bring to others when he says the words, Thank You.
Based on real-life animal tales, the books reveal that not all heroes wear capes – some have four legs, a wet nose, and a brave heart. Big or small, you are sure to fall in love with these animal friends, all of whom have lived truly wild lives. With adorable illustrations from Rachel Qiuqi and Anneli Bray, these stories are sure to fill your heart with joy. Each story also has a fact section at the back, so you can learn more about the animals these stories were inspired by.
Onyx, the wolf pup, was the runt of the litter. Although he was bullied by his siblings for being the smallest and scruffiest, Onyx knew that he could lead a pack better than anyone. As he grew up, he learned to resolve conflict, becoming a step-dad to another family of wolves who had lost their alpha. But it all changed when the toughest pup of the family partnered with a rival pack… This story is based on the real-life story of the reintroduction of wolves in the northern mountains of Yellowstone Park.
Releasing Feb. 1st from David C Cook, these highly anticipated new additions by Hartman, entitled Clever Cub Learns about Love and Clever Cub and the Easter Surprise, are part of the delightful and affordable 16-book Clever Cub Bible Stories series of picture books geared to little ones ages three to six years old. Turning reading time into a faith-building adventure, Clever Cub is a curious little bear who LOVES to cuddle up with the Bible and learn about God, while reminding kids of their own part in God’s story.
Featuring colorful illustrations, kid-friendly questions, and engaging Bible stories, these delightful faith-building adventures are geared to little ones ages three to six years old. Each story incorporates timely themes and age-appropriate lessons for kids as Clever Cub invites readers to learn about the God of the Bible.
In this series called Easy and Fun Paint Magic with Water, just add water!
A fun (and mess-free!) painting activity book for kids, this series features four books: Animals, Dinosaurs, Fairies, and Friends, and Unicorns and Friends. Using the provided paintbrush, simply wet with water and watch the colors magically appear on each black-and-white illustration within this paint book as it comes to life!
Easter Basket Ideas for Girls
Easter Coloring Book: Easter Designs For Relaxation
Giselle Kids AGE 6-14 Rhinestone Cat Eye Sunglasses – Purple
Easter Basket Ideas for Boys
players will discover numerous exciting and challenging
construction works as well as machines of different fields within the construction industry.
Starting with some smaller earth-moving jobs, right up to erecting houses and office
buildings, bridge building as well as road construction and many other missions, the latest
game of the popular series will offer once more a wide range of construction jobs. PS4 and XBox are available!