Get Outdoors And Have Some Fun Themed Easter Baskets

Outdoor Fun Themed Easter Baskets

  Themed Easter Baskets

Get outdoors and have some fun is the theme of the Easter baskets for my children again this year. I believe in children getting fresh air and exercise on a daily basis and what better way to do that than to give them the means to want to be outside! Through Amazon.com and Dollar Tree.com I have found many awesome products to make fun filled outdoor Easter baskets even on a budget. From DIY projects to kites and chalk, you can check out my ideas in the list below.

These items also fill their baskets pretty quick, which means less room for all those sugary sweets! For the sweet stuff, we will do an Easter Egg Hunt outdoors, hopefully the weather permits! That way it is less candy and more fun for both children and parents! Of course depending on your child’s age/s will also help you decide what would work for their baskets.

A Few Ideas For Outdoor Fun My Kids Have Loved

DIY Windchimes

Craft Rock Pets

Studio Sidewalk Mandala

DIY Water Bottle

Kites

Build A Fairy Garden

And so much more outdoor fun stuff like chalk, bubbles, hula hoops, flip flops and more right from the Dollar Tree.

You can’t beat $1 or even less!

And of course don’t forget the Easter essentials! I usually get these at Walmart.

These are just a few ideas for an outdoors themed Easter basket. I know my children have loved them in the past and this is what I’m doing again this year. They get so much more out of this type of basket and it gives them months of outdoor play stuff, than just a basket full of sweets.

What kind of basket do you build for your children? Do you try to do something different each year or do you stick with tradition? Let me know in the comments! We are all always looking for new ideas!

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  • Mary Leigh

    Great ideas! Thanks for sharing this!

    • Your welcome, thanks for reading! 🙂

  • Alexandria Snider

    We usually get them things they can use outside, too! We have gotten them fishing poles, sidewalk chalk, and bubbles. We have also done things like puzzles and books. I don’t like them getting a lot of candy either.

    • That’s great Alexandria. I love the book and puzzle idea too. Thanks for reading!

  • Those are such a cool and cheap ideas for children. I think that is important to encourage children’s creativity. Love your ideas. 😀

    • I believe so as well. Too much technology and not enough creativity play. I love giving my children things to do that use their imagination, creative minds and provide exercise and fresh air. Thank you so much for your wonderful comment.