Easter Gift Guide

We are in the midst of half term which means it's very nearly Easter. I have put together a gift guide again for you this year featuring some lovely gifts whether your little one loves chocolate or hates it.
Help Scout get ready for his picnic and practice your numbers, colours, counting and matching skills with the Leapfrog Fridge Numbers Magnetic Number Set. With 20 learning tiles that teach through talking and fun sing-along songs, your little one can attach the toy to the fridge and interact with it every morning. The songs help to reinforce their learning, encouraging them with supportive phrases while matching play helps to build number skills. The Fridge Numbers set retails are around £15 and available from Argos, Amazon and Tesco. 
You don’t get much cuter than an adorable Rabbit in a Carrot by Teddykompaniet. A soft bright orange plush carrot with a green felt top and a zip. Undo the zip and inside is a charming baby rabbit!  Just the thing for an Easter present, the rabbits come in 2 colours and you never know which colour will be ‘born’ when you unzip the top of the carrot. This adorable gift is available from Born Gifted for just £5.99.
This cool kit comes with everything you need to make your own chocolate pizza; a pizza pan, set of instructions, easy to melt milk chocolate buttons, creamy white chocolate curls, colourful rainbow drops and lovely chewy jelly beans. The only hard part is stopping yourself eating all the ingredients before you finish making it! Your finished pizza will measure 7 inches in diameter, making it a great size for sharing with a small group of your favourite people, or a truly indulgent treat for one! This fab kit is available from Find Me A Gift for £10.99.
A great, fun and musical way to teach your little one about colours and numbers, the Leapfrog Melody the Musical Turtle encourages learning through 10 turtle-rific tunes. Testing your child’s memory skills, Melody will ask your child to watch and repeat the patterns of her colourful flashing lights. In other games, Melody will play a tune and you have to race the music to find and press the correct numbers and colours. With 8 different tunes, if your little one has started to remember the patterns you can make your own fun learning song. The Melody Musical Turtle retails are around £15 and available from Argos, Amazon and Tesco.
My gang love all these collector card sets that come out on the market, this Easter we have been sent 2 sets from Topps. The Star Wars and Disney Princess packs are great alternatives to chocolate this Easter. The collectors binders are great for storing the cards in and my 2 are going to love exchanging card with their friends in school now they have a set of 10 cards each and binder to store them. The best thing is the card packs are only £1 and available from most newsagents.
How about some yummy sweeties for your chocolate hater, Dj isn't a chocolate fan of chocolate so we always get him some sweeties at Easter time. Haribo offers a whole range of options available from most supermarkets from just £1 a packet. The chick and mix box is a lovely gift and the Easter mix bag is ideal for your Easter egg hunting plans.
Little shoppers will have bags of fun with the 20-piece Leapfrog Count Along Till! Encouraging your little one to practice their counting skills as well as being perfect for role play fun, the Count Along Till talks and sings along with them! The bill comes to life with real scanning sounds and a light up face as it sings shopping and counting songs. Your little one can even set up their own shop from the moment their singing till powers on and announces "Open for business!". 8 yummy pretend food items correspond with buttons on the till's touch screen; press a button to hear the name and colour of the food, a verse of a shopping song and fun sounds like the crunching of egg shells followed by "Oops, guess we'll make an omelette!" If your little one presses the number buttons 1-10, the till will say the numbers and a counting song. The Little Shoppers till retails at around £20 and is available in Tesco, Amazon and Argos.
It's not Easter without a little chocolate bunny is it and these Bunny Family packs from Beeches are amazing. A whole little bunny family filled with luxurious chocolate fondant. The gang are really going to enjoy these tasty treats, available from Beech's for £2.99. The lovely team at Beech's also sent a yummy treat for Mummy this Easter, so delicious Luxury Champagne truffles, £5.99. Hand made & hand finished luxury truffles, with real champagne creamy centre, coated in the finest smoothest milk chocolate and finally lightly dusted in icing sugar!  A real treat and absolutely delicious!  The silver foil embossed message on the front of the box reads "All you need is Love & Chocolate" and makes the perfect gift for all occasions.
If you're looking for Easter for the whole family then it's got to be Cadbury, they have something for everybody. The eggcellent new range includes two new additions to the Shell Egg range; Cadbury Double Decker and Cadbury Roses – so now chocolate lovers have even more choice at Easter… and it doesn’t stop there!  Other additions to the range include the Cadbury Dairy Milk Popping Candy Bunny – offering a unique taste experience that is sure to add some egg-excitement to your Easter Egg hunts this year. The range will also see the return of some of the all-time Cadbury family favourites, such as Cadbury Mini Eggs and gooey delicious Cadbury Creme Eggs – all which are back on shelves for a limited time only, in most major supermarkets.
The Chocolate Lolly Maker retails at £17.99 from John Adams. The set includes everything you need to have a ‘Hoppy’ Easter – just melt, mould, wrap and before you know it you’ve got lots of scrumptious chocolate lollies to share with your friends and family! The set includes four different moulds; a flower, heart, horse, and most importantly at this time of year - a rabbit! Perfect for creating your own chocolate Easter bunny lolly! This innovative workstation is so easy to use; simply melt some chocolate buttons, pour the melted chocolate into the moulds - making sure you include a lolly stick - and wait for them to cool. Wrap the lollies in one of the shiny bags included and tie on a ribbon for a fabulous finishing touch.There is sure to be lots of chocolate around the house for you to melt and use to make lots, available from Amazon for £17.27.
Thanks For Reading
Mandy
xx

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