Traditionally, Easter is all about the chocolate eggs – but there are only so many you can eat. This year, Easter Sunday falls on 17 April and if you’re looking for alternative ways to treat the kids or keep them busy over the long weekend, we’ve got you covered.
Thermos UK’s cute range of food containers will allow you to feed your kids something other than chocolate. The brand – that offers a five-year guarantee on their flasks and bottles – has teamed up with stationery and greetings card designer Rachel Ellen to create a fun selection of bottles, flasks and lunch bags featuring universal favourites dinosaurs, pirates, mermaids and unicorns.
Tonies has an Easter audio storybox that keeps the fun screen-free. The characters on the top of each boxes tell the stories. “Guess How Much I Love You” is prefect for the Easter season – or you could opt for “The Peter Rabbit Collection”. This is a great option if you are going on a long-distance trip. Starter packs including a box and a creative Tonie to load your own content on to start from £69.95.
All eggs don’t have to be chocolate. This bus is fun and colourful and packed full of exciting features. It has a spinning driver, five squeaking passengers and five other squeaking elements. “egg-cited” passengers. Acceptable beginning at 12 months.
This Easter-themed pre-school game features a bunny. It teaches fine motor skills as well as strategic thinking and colour recognition. The rabbit-themed plastic squeezer helps build a young child’s hand strength and pre-handwriting skills. This is a great boardgame for children 3+.
Boost the fun at bath time with these stain-free crayons designed to slide on and wipe, off so you won’t need to redecorate the bathroom after use. This is a great way for children to have fun while they wash their hands after a long day egg-hunting. This product is suitable to children 3+ years of age.
These adorable little figures are packaged in an egg box and are more durable than ordinary eggs. The cute, bright designs will appeal to your child’s imagination and outlast the real thing – or the chocolate version.
You will need everything you need to host an egg hunt. With signs, fillable plastic eggs, felt bucket, a set of bunny ears and little chicks and carrots included, it’s sure to be a success on Easter Sunday.
This adorable bamboo bamboo plate features the lamb-shaped design. These plates come with a variety of designs and shapes, making them great for younger kids to get involved in meal times.
Shows on Australian TV “Bluey”It is a favorite choice for children and parents all across the UK. Now she’s been given an Easter makeover for this cute little basket set that will only set you back about as much as a large Easter egg.
Say hello to Pelle Kanin (the Swedish name for Peter Rabbit) and his friends in this Scandi-style painted Easter Ägg. These eggs are beautifully made and can be easily refilled with gifts or treats every year. You can also order sweets.
This miniature version from Sylvanian Families’ Easter Egg Hunt will let your child recreate the experience. This timeless play set can be used by children aged 3+ and doubles up as a seasonal decoration.
ToucanBox’s fun subscription service lets you create your own craft boxes. Limited edition seasonal crafts include a marble paint pouring kit and tilt and tips bunny-burrow games. This is a great alternative for chocolate and will keep your children entertained for longer.
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