Easter Gift Ideas for your students.
Here are six simple and cost-effective Easter gift ideas for you to give to your students this Easter. You could also create these gifts with your child at home to give to their teacher, classmates or friends and family this Easter.
Easter Bilby Bags
These Easter Bilby bags (download here) are super cute, super simple and very Australian. They are also really easy to assemble. Grab some clear cellophane bags, pop in a few easter treats, close the bag up and add an easter tag to it. Pop one on each students desk and watch your students’ faces light up!
Easter Pencils & Bubbles
The Kmart Easter pencils are back and are a great gift to give your students. Simply add a personalised tag (download here) and you’ve got an easy but purposeful (and fun) gift. (It’s also incredibly cheap at $5 for a pack of 20 pens, pencils & erasers).
You can also use the tags and pop them on a bubble wand, which makes a great non-chocolate gift for little people.
Fillable Easter Eggs
Fillable plastic eggs are great, especially if you want to do non-chocolate easter gifts. Readily available in most supermarkets and craft stores, you can fill them with stickers, small erasers, play-dough, mini-eggs or lollies, or even a mini easter themed toy. Add some washi-tape to brighten them up and seal in the contents.
Build a Bunny
This would make a great gift for those students who are creative and like working with their hands. Print out this build a bunny tag. Grab a small gift bag (clear cellophane looks great) and pop in some pipe cleaners, pom poms, googly eyes and a small playdough tub. This makes a great sensory, non-chocolate gift for younger children.
Sensory Easter Egg Cartons
Using a half dozen egg carton and some plastic eggs you can create a range of sensory experiences for your little learners. Simply add some rice, pasta and other small non-perishable objects inside the plastic eggs before sealing them up. Create some easter slime to add to one, add some little chicks to another, some feathers and bunny tails (small pom poms) and you’ve created a fantastic tactile gift for young children.
Easter Bunny Bait
Your kids will love making some Easter Bunny Bait. I love this idea of using grasses and leaves, from Mother Natured, to create a healthy rabbit food. Add in some glitter, just to put in a little sparkle (I suggest using BioGlitter to ensure it’s environmentally friendly and won’t harm our environment or wildlife). You can then pop it in a small snack bag and use this tag to create a cute and meaningful gift.
Happy Easter everyone!
P.S. If you use any of these gift ideas for your students, I’d love to see them! Don’t forget to tag me on social media @mymumthteacher.
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