You can find lots of ideas for filling your family's Easter baskets at Party City and other party stores. There are many Easter-themed toys that cost a dollar or less.
In our family, there was always a chocolate bunny, jelly beans, a stuffed animal, a variety of small Easter toys and a book.
Between Peeps, chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and other candy, your child's basket could hold a pound or more of candy.
Many parents look for ways to cut back on candy for Easter without taking away the fun.
You can find a lot of ideas for Easter baskets at local stores. At most grocery stores, you'll find basket goodies that won't cost a fortune.
You'll find small toys including Hot Wheels cars and Disney princesses, stickers, bubbles, card games, Easter books and more.
For babies, add pacifiers, sippy cups, bottles, and a stuffed animal. If your kids are a little older, try fancy pens, flower seeds, hair bows, nail polish, markers and small craft kits.
Toys for the bathtub, sidewalk chalk, action figures, Barbies, play dough and other small items will help fill some of the space in your child's Easter basket.
You can also find a lot of ideas for Easter basket fillers at dollar stores, craft stores and discount stores including Target and Wal-Mart.
The dollar bins hold surprises for kids of all ages from toddlers to teens. Support your teen's favorite hobby by adding art supplies, baking supplies or tickets to a local sporting event.
However you fill your child's Easter basket, it's hard to avoid that chocolate bunny. Easter will be here before you know it so it's time to start looking for your basket fillers.