Easter doesn’t have to mean chocolate overload and sugar-laden treats to be fun! We’ve ditched the sweets and curated a list of 5 non-chocolate goodies and activities that will still get the whole family into the Easter spirit!
First Play Match and Count Eggs
Comes in a pack of a dozen, these eggs are perfect not just for hiding around the house but also teaches your little one number recognition and helps develop fine motor and problem solving skills as well! Make it a little bit more challenging and separate the halves so they’ll have to collect every single one to join them according to the correct number of holes!
Hatchimals –S6 – Egg Carton
Hatch and discover a dozen adorable Royal Hatchimals characters to add to your collection! These little eggs come in a sparkling glitter carton, come with 12 collectable characters inside and are great to hide around the house or backyard.
JellyCat B Light Pink, L
This super cute and cuddly JellyCat Bashful Bunny makes a great Easter egg hunt helper! Snuggle up or take them wherever you go so you’ve always got a bit of Easter spirit with you.
First Play Picnic Set – 17 Piece
Set up the First Play Picnic Set inside for a teddy bears picnic or in your backyard for afternoon tea. This picnic set comes in a classic wicker basket with four full place settings. It even comes with a tablecloth!
Orchard Toys Magic Spells
If you’re looking for games to keep your kids entertained in the afternoon with an educational twist, don’t go past Orchard Toys! Magic Race is a literacy game that helps your little one develop their letter recognition and spelling skills.
Beanie Boo Benedict Chick Small
Add this cute & cuddly Beanie Boo to your collection this Easter! Benedict Chick is sequinned sparkly and oh so fluffy, making him the perfect best bud.
Keep their minds active and their screen-time low with Scrabble. This classic game is richly rewarding and simple to play. Ideal for head-to-head exciting challenges or to relax and wind-down at the end of the day.
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