10 Non-Chocolate Easter Gift Ideas

Trying to avoid a chocolate overload this Easter?  I’ve compiled a round-up of the best non-chocolate Easter gifts to give you a helping hand.

White Rabbit Night LightWhite Rabbit Night Light – Handpicked Collection

£3.47

A cute night light offering just enough light to say goodnight to any fears of the dark.  The night light is battery operated so you don’t have to worry about cables near the bedside.  Suitable for age 3+.

Playmobile Easter GiftPlaymobil Gift Egg

£6.99

With four fun new themes to choose from the Playmobil Gift Egg is as popular as ever and you have still got time to buy them.  Choose from: PLAYMOBIL’s ever-popular Gift Eggs are back with Four new themes for Easter 2015: Princess with Vanity Station, Pirate with Row Boat, Fun at the Beach or Boy with Children’s Tractor.  Each colourful Gift Egg contains a brand new character and fun accessories making them the perfect alternative to chocolate.

The Gift Eggs can be used all year round to store beloved PLAYMOBIL characters, keepsakes and secret treasures, with a special slot for children saving pocket money.

Easter GiftChick and Bunny Cushion Sewing Kits – Yellow Moon

£4.99 Pack of 2

I love to give a gift which will keep them quiet and relaxed for a little while at least (kind of the opposite effect to chocolate) and this one is a great gift for working on together for some quality time fun.  My Beans love a craft kit or two and always have such a huge smile of pride on their face once they have completed it.

Easter giftRabbits Don’t Lay Eggs Chunky Board Book – Pan MacMillan

£5.99

What can rabbits do?

Rabbits don’t belong in the farmyard. So it creates quite a stir when Rupert pops up. He tries to make himself useful, but he can’t cock-a-doodle-do like Cockerel, and when he tries to lay an egg like Dora the duck, it’s a disaster! Luckily Rupert is good at digging, which soon leads to the most unexpected farm job of all . . .

Easter giftEaster Friends at Build A Bear Workshop

£ Various

At Build-A-Bear Workshop there are all sizes of Easter friends to choose from just waiting for someone to take them home and love them.  Prices start at £8 for Build-A-Bear Buddies up to £37.50 for Hoppy Easter Marshmallow Bunny so there is something to suit every budget.  Remember, a Build-A-Bear friend is for life, not just for Easter!

Easter GiftHoppy Floppy’s Happy Hunt Game – Learning Resources

£16.74

Hoppy Floppy needs your help!

  • Helps to develop:
    • Matching skills
    • Strategic thinking
    • hand-eye coordination
    • fine motor skills
    • pre-handwriting skills
  • Ideal for 2-4 players
  • Includes a multilingual guide
  • Game comes in multilingual packaging

Easter GiftWooden Cooking Set – George Home

£12

Let them cook you up a breakfast fit for a King or Queen with this Wooden Cooking Set.  Role play is lots of fun and it’s great for their imagination.  This set features the George Home Kids’ bespoke vintage-style blue and red polka dot and cherry motif paintwork and includes 12 pieces for well-equipped cooking fun.

Easter GiftNutmeg Clothing at Morrisons

£ Various

So many beautiful colours and all such good value for money.  Nutmeg clothing is designed with children in mind; no scratchy labels, supersoft fabric offering super summer comfort, stretchy waistbands,  you name it, they have thought of it!

Easter GiftJoules Egg Cups – John Lewis

£14.95

How cool are these Joules Egg cups!?!  I LOVE a good soft boiled egg to dip my toast soldiers into and what egg wouldn’t want to be suitably dressed in a funky Joules Egg Cup?

Easter GiftShaun the Sheep Picture Perfect DVD

£5.00

Ten episodes from the children’s animated series following Shaun, a mischievous and unique sheep who leads his flock into all manner of trouble. The episodes are: ‘Duck’, ‘Bitzer for a Day’, ‘Bitzer’s Secret’, ‘The Stare’, ‘Ping Pong Poacher’, ‘Save the Dump’, ‘Picture Perfect’, ‘Hidden Talents’, ‘Fruit and Nuts’ and ‘The Intruder’.

DVD release 30th March.  Pre-order on Amazon now to have it delivered on the day of release (in time for Easter).

 

 

 

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  1. March 31, 2015 / 8:18 am

    Some great ideas there. I must admit I do like sticking to a traditional chocolate egg at Easter but I do really like the look of the Playmobil eggs too.

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