Friday, 7 April 2017

Alternative Easter Gift's

When it comes to Easter children tend to get an overwhelming amount of chocolate and so we prefer to to give Blake alternative Easter gifts. Each year we do Blake an Easter basket and we will be doing the same this year. I have compiled a small guide of alternative gifts for your little ones this Easter.

Say hello to  Warmies® the cute and cozy plush bedtime companion. Heat him up 90 seconds and once warmed up and smelling of lavender he will lull your little one off to the land of nod. I love this cute elephant design however they also come in sheep,puppy and many more designs. £14.95 

The Leapfrog count along till will make a fab gift this Easter. The Leapfrog count along till comes with 8 colorful food pieces, 10 coins and a shopping card. When you press the buttons on the till it talks about the colors as well as numbers and counting. You can read my full review here. RRP:£19.99


If your little one loves trains and cars why not purchase the monkey pop-up track from Hape, offering a cheeky addition to your child's wooden track. The three cheeky monkeys hide in the jungle just waiting to catch that banana!The pop-up track will be a guaranteed hit with any child, adding fun characters to your train sets, with the excitement of a pop-up surprise.  As the banana car glides cross the wooden track, the monkeys keep an eye out, and as the banana passes, POP, the monkeys jump out to claim their banana. £15


Last of all books are always a hit whether Easter themed like Chicken Nugget in scrambled egg or something from Julia Donaldson.

Chicken Nugget In Scrambled Egg: It's not easy being the smallest chick in the family, but Nugget has had some good news: he's going to be a big brother! Little baby Benedict is still an egg at the moment and it's Nugget's job to look after him. What could possibly go wrong?


Peppa Goes to London: Peppa and George go on a very special day out to London in this picture book story based on the exciting new episode.
The Giant Jumperee:
Rabbit was hopping home one day when he heard a loud voice coming from inside his burrow.
"I'M THE GIANT JUMPEREE
AND I'M SCARY AS CAN BE!"

When Rabbit's friends Cat, Bear and Elephant come to help they are each scared away in turn by the mysterious voice



If you still want to give chocolate why not give this Chocolate Silicone Mould Kit from Pro Cook. This makes an ideal alternative gift as children can have fun making their own chocolate egg and bunny. The six piece kit is made from high quality durable silicone ,is dishwasher, freezer and oven safe to 260C. The kit comes with a 1 year guarantee.  




Keep your toddler entertained for hours with this Rainbow Rabbit Puzzle.  Be sure to place mummy and baby rabbit back together before they hop away, and count the pieces to develop your little ones learning further. The 7-piece puzzle helps encourage hand and eye coordination and problem solving skills. The George Luck Rainbow Rabbit is suitable for 3 years + and is available to buy online from Debenhams for £6.00.


These Eggspressions from Hape are sure to provoke hours of egg-citement this Easter. Enjoy the 6 characterful eggheads as you follow their journey through the scrambled feelings idea book. Watch as children learn to identify and express their feelings while developing hand and eye co-ordination, perfect for any early explorer. The Eggspressions are suitable from 24 months + and are available to buy online for Argos for £19.99.


4 comments:

  1. I could use a Warmies teddy for myself, to help me sleep, haha. These are great ideas of gifts that don't include chocolate. Books are always great to be given as gifts, as they are such great ways for children to learn while playing.

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  2. I love these ideas, my niece and nephew get bought so many chocolate eggs that I like to get them something a little different x

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  3. I love the idea of giving alternative gifts at Easter!
    I think I might get my nephew an elephant toy and a book :)

    Dani x

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  4. The gifts look a great alternative to chocolate x

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