Easter Basket Alternatives To Candy
Easter is almost here and I am always looking for great alternatives to candy when assembling my children’s Easter baskets. This year I was excited to do toys but I really did not know what to get my girls. What do you get children who have so many toys? So I received an email from a great rep and they gave me some ideas and sent me some product. These are amazing products that I really think you should consider putting in those Easter baskets, as an alternative to candy! Why not? They last longer and your child will remember them much longer.
Petite Namaste has some beautiful hand crafted items that you will fall in love with. We received a beautiful Birdie Kantha Blanket and my youngest carries it around quite often. This blanket is thin but it’s crafted in a nice way to where it’s still comfortable. The stitching is amazing for any child who has sensory needs and has to touch certain things. It can really be used for so many different things. Both of my girls have laid it out on the floor and played on it or covered up with it for a light cover so they didn’t sweat.
You can choose from several different things through Petite Namaste with the lovely Birdie print. They have several other patterns to choose from also. The Birdie Kantha Blanket can be purchased through their website for $64.00.
ClassDojo is an adorable website with a ton of learning essentials. You can download the app and even purchase posters, a tote bag and a stuffed character to put in your child’s basket! These are great for boys and girls, and are incredibly fun to look at and play with. Plus, their app is a great addition to classrooms around the world and they even came out with a video series! I have placed a link to it below. I highly recommend checking it out and adding it to your list of things to share with your children! I love what they have to offer and what they are all about.
Did I mention their adorable videos are perfect for teaching children how to deal with emotions? Seriously! These are great videos and they are very well made. I have bookmarked them so I can show my children whenever we need to! I even enjoyed watching them by myself (the life of a parent!), just to make sure they were something my girls would enjoy. They are enthralled! Check them out at the link below.
This is a small list, but a great set of options for your child’s Easter basket for an alternative to candy. What’s better than blankets, stuffed animals, posters, tote bags and fun posters? Nothing! These last long and are fun for children. My girls love the items they received and we will be adding more non-candy items to their baskets once Easter gets closer. Good luck in your shopping and let me know if you purchase from either one of these amazing companies!
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