10 Non-Candy Easter Basket Ideas for KidsApril 1, 2022
This is a sponsored post written by me for Elmo BriteBrush. All opinions are mine alone.
With Easter right around the corner, do you still need to assemble a few more Easter Baskets for the little ones in your life? Today I’m going to share a bunch of non-candy ideas for your Easter Baskets! From an interactive toothbrush to creative craft kits, it’s totally possible to build an exciting, fun-filled, candy-free Easter Basket that’s sure to delight the little ones.
1. An Interactive Toothbrush
As a mom, the dental hygiene of my daughters has always been a top priority for me and the right products make the whole toothbrushing process so much easier for all of us. Available at Target & Kroger, the Elmo BriteBrush is the perfect addition to Easter Baskets this year.
This toothbrush features interactive game play, complete with music & sounds, to encourage kids to brush along to the Brushy Brush song, Tricycle Adventure game and more. The smart sensors help to guide kids toward proper brushing technique. Thanks to audio coaching, kids are taught how to achieve better mouth coverage in such a fun, engaging way. Plus, there’s even a Share Score at the end, which lets parents – and kids – know how well they did.
Instead of more candy this Easter, fill up the kids’ baskets with something that’ll actually improve tooth & gum health. Accepted by the American Dental Association, the BriteBrush provides sonic vibration for cleaner teeth than ever. It’s actually fun to brush now! Look for Elmo BriteBrush at Target and Kroger stores near you.
Developing a love for reading in our kids was so important to both me and my husband. Fortunately, our kids absolutely love books and we always include a few books in their baskets.
3. Lip Balm
Who doesn’t love a scented lip balm? This is always a fun addition to the kids’ Easter Baskets.
4. Squishy Toys
These super trendy toys are not only popular among kids of all ages, they’re actually a great sensory toy. Playing with them is actually a fun way to de-stress!
5. Craft Kits
My girls love getting creative and smaller craft kits are an easy choice for their Easter Baskets. I love kits that help them create art (rock painting, watercolor painting, etc.) or make something practical (pencil holder, jewelry stand, etc.)
A cute bracelet or adorable necklace always makes for a fun addition. It’s even better when the jewelry contains charms of their favorite characters!
7. Sidewalk Chalk
With the warmer weather upon us, sidewalk chalk serves as both a fun gift and summertime activity.
As someone who collected stickers as a kid, I love that my daughters also enjoy stickers. I always include a sticker book or two for them.
9. Bath Bombs
Bath time is always more fun when there are pretty colors and fragrant scents involved.
Solving a jigsaw puzzle is entertaining and also educational. Even better when the finished puzzle includes the child’s favorite foods or favorite characters!
Don’t forget to pick up the Elmo BriteBrush from Target or Kroger for your child’s Easter Basket this year. Which non-candy items do you like to include in your kids’ baskets?
Easter is a great time of year and avoiding all those sugary sweets is so smart. What a switch to improve dental care this season.
These are great ideas. I will be buying some of these for my grandbabies baskets.
These are some wonderful easter basket ideas! I like getting them stuff like this too, including arts and crafts etc! Great list here
We do a puzzle every year and if they finish it they get some cash. It’s hard with teens. These are great ideas.
I do like the different ideas for Easter. it can be nice to give kids items that are not candy as it makes a nice change plus these gifts last much longer.
So many good ideas here! We are definitely putting some sidewalk chalk in ours. I love the idea of a craft kit when my son is a bit older too!
I like this idea, especially when kids cannot have the extra sugar in their diets.
These are all really great ideas! This is such a big help! My daughter would love to have jewelry.
Love all these ideas for an Easter basket. Back when my son was little, I filled his basket with toys and some candies. 🙂
Love the idea to have no candy basket ideas. My kids will love it for sure!