Coins – children will love putting them in their money box
Purse/wallet/pouch for the coins
Kinder eggs (then you get chocolate and a toy)
Seeds – cress is a good quick growing project you could do together. Or pumpkins – ready for Halloween!
Small rubber duck
Magnets – either fridge magnets or a toy magnet (we put number magnets in ours)
Magic egg – grow your own chick/dinosaur – put the egg in water and watch it hatch!
Small bouncy ball (or I found some bouncy eggs in our local discount shop)
‘Magic socks’ – add water and see them grow
Finger puppets – make your own!
Healthy-ish treat – we love the yoghurt covered strawberries that Aldi sell
Balloons – what child doesn’t love a balloon? – blow it up and let it go to watch it whizz around the room. Or keeo it blown up for lots more fun.
Small soldier with parachute
Small pack or crayons or chalk
Mini pots of paint
Token for a bigger present e.g. a book
Token for a treat e.g. trip out to soft play/beach/park/attraction
Colouring – print out some colouring in designs – Easter related – bunnys/chicks/eggs and fold them up into the eggs
Eraser – my kids love being able to wipe their drawings away e.g chalk drawings/bath crayons etc
Small dinosaur/farm animal
Ingredients to make Easter nest cakes – different ingredients in each egg
Felt – cut out several different Easter themed felt shapes and put a few inside each egg, give them a felt board at the end of the egg hunt and they can make their own fuzzy felt Easter scene