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If you celebrate Easter and are looking for last minute ideas on what to put in your children's Easter basket, why not make it unique with a multicultural twist?
I've listed some ideas below of things to put in the basket. I've included affiliate Amazon links, but you can find many of these (or something similar), at your local bookstore, Target, Walmart, and/or Michaels. Those of you with Amazon Prime can get most of them delivered before Sunday if you act fast.
Happy Easter, Friends!
If you press his belly, he sings a song from Nick Jr.’s Canticos in English and Spanish!
Learn to count, sort, and match - in any language! Exercise children's hand-eye coordination. Each plastic egg contains a different color and shape, with corresponding holes.
Made of high quality wooden and non-toxic paint, safe for kids to play, but don't break it as small parts inside. For kids 3+.
SKIN TONE MARKERS: Features 10 broad line markers in long-lasting, realistic hues.
Based on the beloved nursery rhyme from Latin America.
A memory and matching game that develops patience and memory skills. Children are introduced to the inspiring diversity of 24 warm and accessible children from cultures around the world, opening doors to empathy and discovery. The back cover identifies each child’s home country.
The Melissa & Doug Children of the World Floor Puzzle includes 48 extra-thick cardboard pieces that are easy for children to put together. The finished puzzle displays beautiful original artwork.
Nurture your child's musical abilities! The Rhythm Club Konga features a bright, playful sound, a vibrant Rhythm Club graphic, and can be played while sitting or standing. Equipped with an Acousticon shell and a pre-tuned Suede drumhead.