As kids reach their tween and teen years, we still want to make holidays fun but things that interest them change. For Easter, they may not be as interested in the jelly beans, stickers, and temporary tattoos.
What to do if you have several kids of different ages or interests?
- Use a specific color egg for each kid
- Hide the eggs in different parts of the yard or room in the house
- Monogram the eggs – use a paint pen or stickers to add their initials to eggs.
What to put in the plastic Easter eggs for teenagers?
Traditional plastic eggs are small (usually 2″-2.5″). But there are larger-sized eggs and even some fun jumbo-sized plastic Easter eggs that will give you so many more options for filling them for the egg hunt.
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40+ Ideas for Easter Egg Fillers for Tween and Teen Boys
• one: money (probably the most popular on this list!)
• two: Favorite Easter candies
• three: Scavenger hunt clues (to find the Easter basket)
• four: sour gummy candy
• five: Bubble gum
• six: Mini bags of Takis
• seven: LEGO kits (split the pieces to a Lego set into several eggs)
• eight: magnetic marbles
• nine: Pokemon cards
• ten: hacky sack balls
• eleven: bouncy balls
• thirteen: movie tickets
• fourteen: Starbucks gift card
• fifteen: earbuds
• sixteen: lip balm
• seventeen: keychain
• eighteen: baseball necklace
• nineteen: mints
• twenty-one: portable cell phone charger
• twenty-two: USB thumb drive
• twenty-three: Popsocket
• twenty-four: baseball cards
• twenty-six: Skateboard Fingerboards
• twenty-seven: fuzzy head pencil toppers
• twenty-eight: slime
• twenty-nine: crazy socks
• thirty: yo-yo
• thirty-one: Shell necklace
• thirty-two: bracelet
• thirty-three: stickers for water bottles
• thirty-four: AirPods case cover
• thirty-five: Cologne samples
• thirty-six: Crayola Gobbles (it’s a TikTok thing)
• thirty-seven: dice
• thirty-eight: Lego mini figures
• thirty-nine: Hot Wheels cars (look for one that is their dream car)
• forty: mini pop-it fidget toy
• forty-one: Nerf darts or Rival rounds refills
• forty-two: gas card (if they’re driving)
• forty-two: car air freshener
• forty-three: mini building block sets
• forty-four: Army men
• forty-five: squishy balls
• forty-six: miniature Magic Eight Ball
• forty-seven: glow in the dark ceiling stars
• forty-eight: Magic cards (the game)
• forty-nine: mini bottles of hand sanitizer
• Fifty: Fidget rings
• Fifty-one: earrings if they have their ear’s pieced
• Fifty-two: Confetti Eggs
• Fifty-three: Face Masks
• Fifty-four: mini brain teaser puzzles
• Fifty-five: Kinetic spinning ball
Do you have any ideas to add to our list? I’m always looking for some new ideas. Teen boys can be the hardest to shop for so we moms need to stick together and help each other out.
Share what you’re filling the eggs with and tag us on social media, @sweetshoppemom. We’d love to see what you come up with.
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