Easter is in just a few short weeks and if you haven’t already planned what to fill those Easter baskets with, I’m here to help! Today I’m sharing a roundup of some of my favorite Easter Basket Stuffers for Toddlers.
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This year for Easter we’re getting together at my mom’s house. My son James and his wife and little Aiden will be coming too and I can’t wait to see them! Aiden is the cutest little toddler ever. He’s such a happy boy!
It can be difficult to know what to put in your toddler’s Easter basket if you aren’t sure where to start. I recommend using safe and environmentally friendly grass like paper shreds. Remember to watch your little one closely!
I’m excited to share these fun ideas for Easter basket stuffers toddlers will love. I’ve included different things from board books to puzzles, musical shakers to soft plush toys, and more!
Egg Shakers are ideal Musical Instruments for children, easy to play and master. Can develop kids' musical skills, strengthen their fine-motor muscles, improve their color recognition and enhance their eye-hand coordination.
This sweet and brightly colored board book explores the presence of Jesus in our lives. If Jesus lived inside our hearts, would it show in our daily actions? This delightful little story explores just that as the toddlers in the story learn to be kind and generous in a variety of situations.
This simple and adorable kids fishing game offers hours of fun for children ages 3+ and comes with an “underwater” game board, 12 little fish, and 2 magnetic fishing poles. How fast can you hook a catch?
Teaching the Life of Jesus with a bible story puzzle designed perfect for kids.
Artwork reads "Jesus as a youth learning to be a carpenter; For God so loved the world that he gave His only Son; "Come follow me, I will make you fishers of men."; Jesus calmed the storm; Jesus carried His own cross; Jesus performed miracles of healing..." in a bold graphic design.
6 Packs brain-building jigsaw puzzles-cute animals: bear, butterfly, ladybug, car, bee, and tortoise can help toddlers to improve create concentration and solve puzzles capacities. It can also develop a toddler's colors, patience, imagination, and hand-eye coordination.
The Melissa & Doug Paint with Water Activity Books Set is a three-pack water-coloring book for kids featuring jungle, barn animals, and underwater ocean scenes and a paint palette embedded right inside the book. Makes a delightful and educational gift for kids from 3 to 6 years.
Beautifully packaged keepsake gift that includes a watercolor illustrated board book about prayer and a “Pray with Me” plush bunny that recites “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep” in a sweet little girl’s voice when you press her tummy.
The anti-roll shape keeps sticks handy without rolling away and produces fine lines or broad strokes that simply wash away with water. As with any Crayola Sidewalk Chalk, your designs are completely washable and come off with a garden hose or the next rainy day!
Enjoy time together with your baby or toddler by thanking God for all the wonderful animals in the world with this adorable lift-a-flap book. Follow along in the story and look for who made cats, frogs, butterflies, giraffes, and more.
Follow along with the beautiful rainbow puppet and look around to see all the colors and creatures God made. This adorable story about love and faith features a fun finger puppet toy built into the board book, encouraging interactive play.
Sorting Game: Your baby will need to recognize the size of carrots to put them back to the slot.
Developmental Benefits: While playing with this wooden toy, your little one is also developing fine motor skill, hand-eye coordination, shape recognition and dexterity.
What can I fill plastic Easter Eggs with for Toddlers?
It’s important that anything small not pose a choking hazard, but always watch your toddler closely! I’ve always been super paranoid about kids choking and still remember every single time one of my five kids choked on something. It’s so scary!
Some safe ideas for filling those plastic Easter Eggs for your toddlers are:
peanut butter crackers
toddler snack packs
What are you planning to put in your toddler’s Easter basket this year?
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My name is Melissa Ringstaff and I've been blogging here at A Virtuous Woman since 2001. I'm a pastor's wife and homeschooling mom living in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains of Southeastern KY. I believe in finding freedom from perfection and living life with purpose and I want to help you do exactly that.
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