Alternative Easter Gifts for Toddlers

Easter is coming up and whilst I'm personally happy for Arthur to receive a chocolate egg or two, not every parent will feel the same for their own child and that's absolutely fine - 'you do you' and all that. However, seeing as grandparents, aunties, uncles and close friends often like to treat kids to something special at Easter, I thought I'd share a few budget-friendly, non-chocolate ideas from a great site called What2Buy4Kids...

Bathtime is Arthur's favourite time of the day, especially when he's got a bath bomb or bubble bar to make it that little more exciting. I think this sweet little bunny hop bath bomb (£2.75) would make a lovely alternative gift to an Easter egg for toddlers and it's still on-theme!

Sticking with bathtime, these lovely farm animal squirters (£6.99) would also make a great alternative Easter present. Squirters are still Arthur's favourite thing to play with in the bath - there's all sorts of games you can play with them to keep baby and toddlers happy and entertained in the tub.

Spring is the perfect time to get toddlers into gardening and it's something we're keen to do with Arthur, who has already taken an interest in watering plants and watching them grow. I think both the Grow Your Own Sunflower Kit (£5.99) and Little Pals Watering Can Kit (£8.99) are the perfect alternative easter gifts to get started!

We've long been Peter Rabbit fans and seeing as the new movie is coming out soon, I had to include this gorgeous alphabet jigsaw (£19.99). I love the toddler-friendly illustrations, which give a nod to the original Beatrix Potter characters and with the alphabet pieces, it's an educational easter gift too!

Last but not least, we have the Easter Finger Puppets, which at just £1.99 are a real budget-friendly option. I imagine most toddlers will absolutely love playing with these, after a little grown-up help assembling them. They're great for imaginative play and with lovely easter characters, they're the perfect gift for the upcoming holiday.

If you fancy treating your toddler to an alternative easter gift from What2Buy4Kids, you can get 10% off using the code SMSCRIB218 at the checkout. Full disclosure - I'll receive a small percentage of any sales made using the code, as I'm a What2Buy4Kids affiliate.

Will you be going down the alternative easter gift route or sticking to a more traditional chocolate egg?

Megan x
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