Easter Basket Filler Ideas from the Dollar Tree, Cheap Easter Basket Fillers, and Cute Easter Basket Ideas. Fill Easter Baskets for Kids under $10!
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Easter is a special holiday around our house. It’s fun and meaningful and always brings back thoughts of new life! If you’re looking for Easter Basket Filler Ideas from the Dollar Tree that won’t bust the budget, you have come to the right place! I’ve spent some time at my local Dollar Tree to show you what they have for Easter this year!
30 Cute Easter Basket Filler Ideas that won’t Bust Your Budget
1.) Stuffed Animals
These are really cute and plush, I honestly can’t believe they’re only $1. There were several stuffed animals to choose from, but these two were my favorite!
2.) Cotton Candy
These pre-filled tubs of cotton candy are super cute to add to an Easter gift. I loved cotton candy as a kid and I knew it was a special day when I got to have some! I may or may not admit I ate it even after I was in my 20’s!
3.) Two Tone Missle Foam Footballs
Boys love these! My son has seen these a few times and is asking me to get him a new one because we broke his last one! It just might end up in his Easter basket this year.
4.) Spiral Art Set
This is another item I’ve actually purchased. If you have an artist in your house this is a fun activity for them.
5.) Jelly Beans
These jelly beans are perfect for Easter tied up in a carrot shape. They are the perfect addition to any Easter gift!
6.) Jump Ropes
Spring and Summer are approaching and what better way to get active! These jump ropes came in an Easter Carrot design and also Disney character designs like Spiderman and Minnie Mouse!
7.) Russell Stover Chocolate Bunnies
There were many different Russell Stover chocolates to pick from. I know my daughter would love the Cookies n’ Creme Bunny. This is such a great deal!
8.) Egg Shaped Chalk
Chalk is always a standard item we keep around for the Spring and Summer. I love filling my kid’s baskets with items they can look forward to using. There was also some regular chalk available along with this Egg Shaped Chalk.
9.) Die Cast Cars
My son loves these little cars and 3 for $1 is a great addition to an Easter basket!
10.) Construction Blocks
These blocks can be played with over and over much like a Lego set, but for a fraction of the price. There were several different sets to choose from.
11.) Modeling Dough
Much like Play Doh, this pastel pack is fun for kids to create their own masterpieces and is great for sensory play! There were pastel and neon colors available! I also saw some small cans of Play-Doh which were $1 per can.
12.) Lollipop Rings
My son is a big fan of these. They’re a fun candy addition to an Easter Basket! Plus you can buy one set and split them amongst 5 kids!
13.) Rubber Ducks
When my kids were little we always had a few rubber ducks for bath time fun. Plus they’re super cute for Easter time to add to a little baby or toddler Easter basket!
This Paw Patrol puzzle is great for kids learning to put puzzles together. There were several different puzzles to choose from and are stored inside a small tin.
15.) Gumball Bunny
Gum is one of my favorite items to give my kids for Easter. It lasts a little longer than some other candy and these are cute because the gum is stored in the clear belly of the Bunny.
16.) Jurassic World Candy Egg
For all the Jurassic World and Dinosaur fans, these eggs are so fun! I know my son would love this and he has a couple of friends that I know would love it too! I like to get one or two special eggs with special treats inside each Easter and this was an awesome find at Dollar Tree.
17.) Disney Gummies & Sticker Sheet Set
For all the Disney fans, these are cute sets of gummies and stickers. They also had a set of Micky and Minnie Mouse! If you’re going on a Disney trip you might want to grab a few extra of these to stash away!
18.) Palmer Chocolate Bunny
This is just so cute. It would go well with the Carrot jump rope and Jelly Beans that I found also!
19.) Bunny Lip Pops
Kids love these! I might have been in the dark, but I hadn’t seen these until this past Halloween. It reminds me of a baby with a pacifier, but they are really fun!
20.) Paw Patrol Candy Filled Eggs
Paw Patrol is a popular kids show right now and these eggs are a good price for character eggs, plus they’re already filled which will save you time!
21.) Coloring Paint Sets
These Easter coloring sets are perfect for any artists you are buying for! Plus, we all know unicorns are totally in right now so it was a fun find to see a unicorn one!
22.) Bunny Ear Headband
Let your kids dress up like a bunny rabbit and wear these headbands! You know they are perfect for Easter, but you can save them for future costume use too!
Bubbles are a staple for the Spring and Summer at our house. And as a parent you know how many of them get dumped out on accident so I like to grab a few new sets of bubbles each year. Easter baskets are the perfect way to give your child some new bubbles!
24.) Ceramic Painting Set
My store had 4 different options for ceramics to paint. This is another great gift for your artistic kids.
25.) Easter Stamps
Let your kids go crazy with stamps this Easter! If it’s raining on Easter a good indoor activity would be to make Easter crafts with these cute stamps.
26.) Tic Tac Toe and Pinball Games
These small games are great for the car to pass time driving back and forth to school or activities. They’re also great to take on long road trips to keep the kids busy in between watching a couple of movies.
27.) Easter Erasers
When I was a kid I collected erasers from our school store where we got to redeem our school bucks. These would have been a perfect addition to my collection! They’re also a great non-candy idea if you want to give little goody bags away at school.
28.) Easter Bunny Ball Shooter
For the active kids, anything with a ball will be fun for them!
29.) Paddle Ball
Paddle Ball has been around for many years and doesn’t seem to ever get old! I like to have activities like this for my kids to play with when they’re trying to pass time as an alternative to more media consumption.
30.) Golden Egg
This was one of the most surprising fun finds at Dollar Tree. I have never seen a Golden Egg that had a clear top. I loved this!
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