What do you do for your kids for Easter?

What are some things you get your kids for Easter? I feel like I do the same thing every year and want to do something different this year. Needing some ideas from other mamas!

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Get something that your child is interested in doing or collecting

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Every year, we plant jelly beans and dum dums grow overnight! We dye eggs, and hide them as well as dozens of plastic ones. One year I did upside down umbrellas as baskets, this year I was thinking hats. I have also seen rainboot basket ideas.

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We used to always get stuff like skipping rope, Frisbee, pail and sand shovel, coloring book and crayons, a kite. Colorful rainboots and or jacket for playing out in spring would be fun. I always get my Mom tulips or daffodils to plant outside when it warms up.

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This year something different we’re doing is eggs hidden in the yard when they wake up!
We usually get outdoor activity stuff for spring, or pool/beach stuff…
I did some some great indoor activity kits this year too!

I buy boxes of candy and glue them together and make that for them they love it. This year im gonna use ediable grass. U can find at walmart

Usually depends on what they are into, and I don’t usually do much candy. Also depends if we have a trip coming, we used to go to Florida after Easter so I would get things for that.

We hide the easter basket. Kids have to find it then they have to search for eggs filled with goodies and then a golden egg . Can be done inside or outside depending on the weather

I keep the candy to a minimum and fill it with small outside toys for the spring & summer, my two girls will get a Barbie or LOL Doll and it’s my sons first Easter so he will getting books, sippy cups, a sun hat and a small toy. I try to keep their baskets under $15.

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A set of PJs, a Disney movie, rainboots, Easter activity book

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Sidewalk Chalk, bubbles, craft things n candy of course lol, hair ties etc

I did this one year for my daughter she loved it!

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Summer outside toys such as sidewalk chalk, swimming goggles, inflatable pool float, sun glasses, beach pail with shovel.

I have seen where you can take an umbrella and tip it over and fill it with toys and candy. Kids size fishing poles

Ours are 5 & 3, we hide their baskets. Typically includes new croc flip flops (indestructible) coloring books/crayons, playdoh , sidewalk chalk, a small toy (hot wheels cars/Barbie) and limited candy. I use the same basket every year.

I get those empty plastic Easter eggs and and put a dollar in each one, then do a hunt for the kids. They have to devide them equally at the end, they love it!

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I got a personalized tote to use this year since their baskets were destroyed when we moved. I’ll do a little candy, books, probably either a shorts outfit or swimsuit.

We do scavenger hunt from one egg with hint to find next- the last takes you to basket… Now that grandkids are a little older we add an exercise in each egg also… We team the parents with kids (so they can read hint n exercise) n parent n kid does it together… lol
My oldest son got corrected on how to do windmills from our grandson… Makes for laughs

Take them to church?

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Bunny footprints, just size down, A LOT