22. Toothbrush and Toothpaste: Promote good oral hygiene from a young age with a toothbrush and some special toothpaste courtesy of the Easter bunny.
23. Toothbrush Sanitizer: While your child may not exactly fall in love with a toothbrush sanitizer, it’s still an Easter basket worthy item. Plus, you can use all the help you can get fighting germs during cold and flu season.
24. Match Card Games: The weather may not be conducive to outdoor activities; however, don’t just sit your little one in front of the television. Instead, encourage learning and mental development with fun activities like matching games.
25. Flash Cards: Make learning the ABCs fun with animal flash cards.
26. Gerber Graduates: Instead of sugar filled sweets that will have your little one bouncing off the walls, add a delicious and nutritious treat like Gerber Graduates Strawberry and Apple Puffs to his or her Easter basket.
27. Cereal Cups: Another healthy but yummy option to include in your child’s Easter basket is a Cheerios cereal cup.
28. Washcloths: Purchase your little one his or her very own washcloths to use at bath time.
29. Fruit Snacks: If it’s a struggle to get your child to eat fruit, consider adding some fruit snacks to his or her Easter basket. However, make sure the fruit snacks you purchase contain real fruit and not just tons of sugar.
30. Balls: Consider adding toys that will keep your child active to his or her Easter basket this year.
31. Goldfish Crackers: If you’re looking for more edible Easter basket options, consider picking up some Goldfish. Just try not to eat them all yourself!
32. Juice Boxes: Swap out sugary sodas for all natural 100% juice.
33. Kids Purses: If you’re little girl likes to accessorize or just carry a bunch of stuff around with her, consider a cute little purse for an Easter gift.
34. Play-Doh: Encourage your child’s creativity and imagination with the gift of Play-Doh.
35. Self-Inking Stamp Sets: If your little one is crafty then self-inking stamps can be a great addition to his or her Easter basket. However, I recommend supervision.
36. Novelty Erasers: With some fun erasers in hand, your child will be more than ready to head back to school after spring break in order to show them off to his or her classmates.
37. Jewelry: Any girl, no matter her age, would be happy to be gifted with some new jewelry (hint, hint to all you husbands out there – Mother’s Day isn’t that far away!).
38. Dress-Up Accessories: Encourage your daughter to use her imagination by adding some fun dress-up accessories to her Easter basket.
39. Nail Polish: Add a few fun colors of nail polish to your little girl’s Easter basket this year. She’ll have a blast giving herself and all her friends a manicure.
40. Nail Art Stickers: Top off that manicure with some fun nail stickers. These stickers come in a variety of colors, with and without glitter, and in a slew of beloved characters like Hello Kitty.
41. Slinky: Everyone loves a slinky – right? Introduce your child to a beloved classic this Easter.