Filling Easter baskets might be a little more of a challenge this year since many of us are under stay-at-home orders, and if you’re like me, you probably want to be extra thoughtful with your gifts – I’m thinking arts & crafts, science kits, project sets, and stuff like that. Anything that gives my kids something to do and keeps them occupied during the looooong days at home.
Here are some great buys for your little bunnies:
Two deals on Tegu magnetic block travel sets. Whale $14.53, Tugboat $12.80. These might seem a bit pricey even on sale, but trust me, they’re worth it. The regular price is $22, and even though they’re simple, kids really love them. I have this set, and I keep it in my purse for when we’re standing in line somewhere, sitting in traffic, or waiting for our food at a restaurant. Both my 7-year-old and 4-year-old like to use their imaginations to play with the blocks and be challenged to build something tough. The blocks are really well made and Tegu is just a cool company.
City Satellite Service mission $8.99
Target has 25% off all Ryan’s World toys
Target also has B2G1 free on lots of board games and video games.
Zulily has perfectly timed Melissa & Doug deals, and if you spend $14.99+ on Melissa & Doug you get free shipping:
Make-a-Face Fashion Sticker pad $3.94 (reg. $7.99)
Flower Box Wooden Craft Kit $2.19 (reg. $8.99)
NOTE: Check shipping dates! A lot of online retailers are trying to fill orders for necessary or essential items first (like food, toilet paper, medical supplies, etc.) so be sure to look at shipping/delivery dates before you place your order. Nothing like ordering something you intended for Easter baskets and not having it ship until May…
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