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Can you believe Easter is almost here? What do you do for Easter? My family and I hunt for baskets and eggs then if the weather is nice we go for a hike.
This is my family last Easter 2016!
Hunting for an Easter Basket full of goodies is such a fun activity kids look forward to! Did you know that it’s estimated that Americans spend 2.4 billion dollars on Easter candy each year according to data from the National Retail Federation? WOW, that’s just crazy! I had no idea. And we wondered why the obesity rate in kids keeps going up! My kids love sweets and are definitely allowed to indulge on occasion, I wanted to suggest some fantastic candy-free Easter basket ideas that your kids can actually use this spring and summer. From chalk to books, these ideas will encourage your kids to get outside and have some fun. PLUS, you get to avoid that sugar rush meltdown. #momlife This is a win-win Easter plan for parents and kids, so happy hunting!
How cute is this bunny!
Okay, Mom’s I know what you’re thinking! This stuff can be super messy but you know they love this stuff!
Gardening Tools for Kids with STEM Early Learning Guide by ROCA Home. Easter Toys, Outdoor Toys and Learning Toys. Cute Garden Bag.
Crayola Ultimate Outdoor Activity Set, Bean Bag Toss and Obstacle Course games, Sidewalk Chalk, Glitter Chalk
How cool is this outdoor activity set! It would keep your kids busy for hours! =)
I have had so much fun searching for non-candy gift ideas! I could add so many more options but thought this was a good start for some non-candy ideas! =) What does the Easter Bunny bring your kids? These are just a handful of ideas. I’d love to hear from you and see what the Easter Bunny is planning on bringing your kids!
- Coloring Books
- Swim toys
- Nail polish
- Camping gear
Until Next time!
Your Friend and Coach,
Hi!! I'm Kristin McConnell, creator of Innovative Health & Fitness, I am a wife, mom of two an oil lover, and an educator. I believe health is a multi-faceted journey that I approached holistically. Therefore, as a personal trainer, health coach, wife, mother, lover of nature, all to help live a more abundant life.