Are you still looking for last minute non-candy Easter gifts for kids? Personally, I don’t like to buy premade Easter baskets or buy them Easter trinkets, etc. Rather than get t Minugehem something that will end up at the bottom of their closet in a few days, I would much rather get them something they want.
Last Minute Non-Candy Easter Gifts for Kids
Here are a few ideas for Last Minute Non-Candy Gifts for kids that they actually want.
Hide N Seek
Fill the plastic eggs with various amounts of money and hide them around the house/yard. Kids always enjoy getting money because this gives them the opportunity to save it or buy something they want. You don’t have to spend a ton of money on this idea. You can fill them with coins too!
Who doesn’t like a good scavenger hunt? I remember having a ton of fun with my friends going around finding a list of items. However, for this scavenger hunt, you will need to put a clue into those plastic easter eggs and then hide them. The clue that you put in the first egg will lead to the next and so on. Once they find the last egg, write a fun place that they enjoy going to and take them to within the next few weeks.
Plan a Surprise Trip to Go On a Small Staycation
Has your child ever gone to Great Wolfe Lodge, Jellystone Park, or another hotel with a cool pool or water park? Book a night or two at one of these places and enjoy your staycation with the kids.
Get a Subscription to Book Roo
Does your child enjoy reading books? Why not get your child a monthly subscription to Bookroo. They send out hidden gems based on your child’s age group. This subscription box is geared for kids ages 0 to 10 years old. However, if your child is a bit older, get them a new book or a gift card to the bookstore.
Grab a New Board Game
My kids always enjoyed family game nights. Pick out a new game board and host a family game night on Easter Sunday. The kids will love it and it is a great way to spend quality time together. Here are a few of our favorites: Clue, The Game of Life, Apples to Apples, Monopoly, etc.
Are you ready for the Easter bunny for your kids? Or are you looking for some more last minute ideas. We hope that our top 5 Last Minute Non-Candy Easter gifts for kida will be helpful. I know my son was thankful that I got him some clarinet reeds, mouthpiece, and a Playstation 4 accessory for his controllers. He got his Easter gifts early from me because he will be at his dad’s on Easter Sunday.
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11 thoughts on “Last Minute Non-Candy Easter Gifts for Kids”
I love the idea of a scavenger hunt. It can be very educational with little ones and big ones on the same team to help the little one learn.
These are some great ideas. We should get a board game. We haven’t played one in a while. Basically because someone gets pissy but maybe it’ll be better now.
These are fantastic ideas. I’ve always tried to give my kids gifts that aren’t candy.
Oh I love the idea of a scavenger hunt! An egg hunt but with purpose and clues!
These are some great ideas. I still need to shop for Easter and this will help me.
I love these ideas. My kids love doing scavenger hunts. I do them a lot for them.
I love that these Easter ideas are all non-candy.
I love the idea of local trip to discover a historical or a place in the nature. Kids love this!
I love all of these ideas! We used to have a cooperative scavenger hunt with our kids and then either a new movie or game as the prize. It was the best part of our Easter morning.
Wow! These are all really great and amazing ideas! My kids would surely gonna love this!
These are some of my favorite past times and always memory makers for the kids when they were growing up.