Are you looking for non-candy items to fill Easter eggs? Our kids love, love, love legos. We started using legos last year to fill their eggs and they were a huge hit.
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What you need:
- Lego sets (smaller sets work best)-lots of great options here
- Small plastic bags (2×2 or 2×3 are good sizes)
- Plastic Easter esgs
If you are using more than one lego set make sure you note somewhere which set the pieces belong to. We bought one set for each of the boys and put their initial on the egg with their pieces.
If your kids are anything like ours, I suggest using the smaller bags. After finding all the eggs, our kids sit down and open all their eggs to see their loot. Small lego pieces are easy to lose. The bags fit nicely into the medium sized plastic Easter eggs.
Leave any larger pieces that do not fit out with the directions. After the hunt we give any extra pieces, the directions, and a short note from the Easter bunny to the kids.
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