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Easter egg fillers for toddlers can be super simple to put together! In fact, after getting a bag of empty easter eggs at the thrift store for $2, I simply walked around the house and poked through the pantry to find some no fuss fillers.
For young toddlers, the thrill of an easter egg hunt is more about the hunt than it is about the contents of the eggs. Ever buy your toddler an expensive toy, only to watch them toss it aside and go for an old cardboard box instead? Yep, toddlers often find everyday items around the house more interesting than fancy toys and gadgets.
Simple & Budget Friendly Easter Egg Fillers for Toddlers
So I filled my 2 year old’s easter eggs with his favorite bite size snacks, stickers, flowers, small figurines and small toy cars.
Here is a full list of some simple easter egg fillers for toddlers;
Raspberries or other chopped fruit
Circus animal cookies
Puffs or cheerios
Small heart chocolates
Small figurines (horses, dinos, etc)
These are just a few ideas to get started. The point is that Easter egg fillers for toddlers don’t have to be complicated or extravagant. One of the most amazing things that toddlers remind us of as adults, is that there is joy and delight to be found in the simple and small things!
The best gift we can give our toddlers on Easter is spending some time with them. We can simply fill and hide all those little eggs in the yard or around the house, and let them play and have fun finding them.
Gathering Toddler Easter Egg Hung Materials
Creating a great holiday for toddlers isn’t about spending a lot of money or putting a ton of time into prep work. While some prep is certainly helpful to make the occasion special, it can be pretty minimal!
For example, thrift stores can be an amazing resource for gathering some fun, inexpensive and environmentally sustainable holiday materials! I found some easter baskets and all of the plastic easter eggs at our local thrift store for a grand total of $5. And all of the fillers were things we had around our house, I made or I picked up at the grocery store.
Cheers to a Happy Toddler Easter Holiday!
While taking care of toddlers is a ton of work around the clock, luckily they find joy in the simple things in life. So we can just sit back, relax and watch them squeal with delight when they find a pom pom in an easter egg!
Additional ideas to add some zest to a toddler Easter egg hunt include putting on some fun music and blowing bubbles. You can also encourage toddlers to collect small rocks, sticks or leaves if they are doing an outdoor egg hunt.
Please say hi and leave a comment below if you have any great ideas for simple easter egg fillers for toddlers!
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