Easter Egg Filler Ideas for Toddlers

We lucked out this year for the second year in a row. Typically in North Dakota Easter morning has us searching for eggs inside the house, however we were blessed last year to be able to go outside for our hunt, and it looks like this year will be the same.  It's been an absolutely gorgeous spring so far.

Last winter Kirsten was only interested in finding about 5 eggs or so. We put Little People Easter figures and raisins and goldfish in them last year; she got to the first Little People figure and was done looking for more eggs. This is the list I worked from for egg fillers this year, if you have any other suggestions please share them in the comments.

Toddler Easter Egg Filler Ideas
Small cracker snacks (ex. Teddy Grahams or Goldfish)
Cereal (I pick something she never gets that I think she'd like)
Fruit snacks
Fruit (blueberries, raspberries)
Mini Muffins
Coloring pages (folded)
Paint with water pages (folded)
Shaped Crayons (TrianglesDinosaurs, Stars or any small chunky shape)
Finger puppets
Fisher Price Little People figures (in bigger eggs)
Character Band-aids
Hair accessories
Fun socks
Coins (Kirsten loves putting coins in her piggy bank, she was too young for this last year)
Kid washcloths, bath mitt or pouf (I stuck a Hello Kitty pouf in an egg last year)
Sample size bubble bath
Small cars - once they are past sticking things in body orifices
Mini dinosaurs (perfect size for easter eggs)
Lacing beads
Rainbow Nest Counting Eggs - or similar counting objects

This year I went with stickers, hair ties, coloring pages, teddy grahams, yogurt covered raisins, chocolate covered raisins, kix, and froot loops (she hasn't had these before, I'm sure she'll love them).

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