59. Travel Games: If you’re going to be doing any traveling in the near future, consider adding a travel game to your little one’s Easter basket. These games are fun for the whole family and they help stave off the “Are we there yet?” questions.
60. Silly Straws: Silly straws can make any beverage fun and well, silly.
61. Puzzle Books: A puzzle book is an inexpensive Easter basket addition that will help your child stay sharp as a tack.
62. Sunglasses: Have your little one looking stylish with a pair of fun sunglasses.
63. Wooden Puzzles: If you’re looking for a way to keep your child entertained on cold or rainy spring days, consider a wooden puzzle as an Easter gift.
64. Gardening Tool Set: Before you know it, it’ll be time to start planting flowers, pulling weeds, mowing the lawn, and gardening. Get your little one involved by adding a gardening tool set to his or her Easter basket.
65. Comic Books: Comic books can be a great way to encourage your child to fall in love with reading.
66. Sand Toys: Your child will be itching for warmer weather when he or she gets sand toys for Easter.
67. Card Games: Encourage family time by adding some card games to your child’s Easter basket.
68. Paper Dolls: If you have a little girl that loves to play with dolls, paper dolls would be a great Easter basket filler.
69. Yo-Yos: This Easter, go “old school” and get your child a Yo-Yo. Show him or her that something doesn’t have to high-tech to be fun.
70. Friendship Bracelet Kits: Craft kits like a friendship bracelet kit are sure to be a hit on Easter.
71. Glow Sticks: While it may seem a little silly to you, sometimes disposable gifts turn out to be the favorite. Add some glow sticks in fun colors to your child’s Easter basket and watch his or her eyes light up.
72. Glitter Pens: Everything is better with bling right? Glitter pens make a fun, useful, and inexpensive Easter gift.
73. Watches: A watch can be a great Easter basket filler. Watches come in all kinds of designs so you’re sure to be able to find one your child will love.
74. Small Flashlights: If you want to get your child something useful for Easter, consider a small flashlight which can easily fit in a backpack or purse. Don’t worry, it isn’t all work and no play – your child will have a blast creating shadow puppets and goofing around with a flashlight.
75. Crazy Socks: For the child that likes to make a fashion statement add some funky footwear to the Easter basket.
76. Lip Gloss: If your little girl wants to wear makeup like mom, consider gifting her some lip gloss. Go with a lip gloss like Bonne Bell which is clear and smells (and tastes) great.
77. Sugar Free Gum: If you want to get your child a sweet treat you don’t have to feel guilty about, consider putting some sugar free gum in his or her Easter basket.
78. Bookmarks: If your child has required reading time as homework, get him or her a digital bookmark for Easter. Digital bookmarks make tracking reading time a snap.
79. Small Photo Albums: If you’re looking for a fun gift for the Easter basket consider a photo album. You can pair it with a cheap disposable camera and the stickers mentioned perviously and your child will be entertained for hours snapping pictures, adding them to the album, and then decorating the album.
80. T-Shirt Graffiti Markers: Let your child play fashion designer and show of his or her individuality with t-shirt graffiti markers.
81. Locker Mirrors: If you’ve got a young lady in your life a locker mirror is probably on her wish list so that she can ensure she looks her best while dashing between classes.