Non-Chocolate Easter gifts for children
Every-year I buy my kids chocolate Easter eggs and every year most of the chocolate doesn't get eaten, in fact I end up chucking it in the bin. My boys do eat chocolate, but not that much. I still have a tub full of broken Easter eggs in my cupboard from last year. And, this year, I'm looking for an alternatives to an Easter Eggs.
Easter, doesn't have to be about chocolate, you may allergic to chocolate, the kids just don't like chocolate etc. Thus, I've put together a list for some Non-Chocolate alternative gifts for children this Easter.
Lego is always going to be a popular gift for any lego loving kids. Whether it be a classic building set, or something a bit out of the ordinary, you are bound to find what you need with the huge array of choice from Lego.
Build A Bear offer a lovely personalised experience when creating your own teddy bear. There is a huge variety to choose from, including Easter themed furry friends, and the result is a unique soft toy that is bound to become their favourite.
Easter books, activity books, there is a large range for Easter, including colourful sticker book with Easter themed scenes to decorate, stories, and so much more. And, kids love books.
Board Game - My kids love board games, and there are a few bunny themed games out there, our favourite is Bunny Hop by Ravensburger. A great little game that we've enjoyed playing as a whole family. It's a fun playable game that is entertaining for all ages.
Arts and Crafts, you can either buy Easter Themed kits, or buy bits and bobs and put them together to create a basket of arts and crafts with an Easter Theme.
Hatchimals CollEGGtibles, a nice addition to the mini Hatchimals that we all know and love. Hatching eggs and cute little characters - You can even get a Hatchimals CollEGGtibles inside a colourful Spring Basket.
Playmobile Easter Egg, offers a few colours and sets to choose from. They are available in many different themes and you can add the set to your Playmobile collection.
What will you be buying your little one this Easter?