Easter is just around the corner and stores are selling out of pre-made Easter baskets quickly. While those premade Easter baskets are fun, they are usually filled with candy and cheap toys. If you’ve ever seen my children’s playroom, you would know we have more than enough toys. I always try to do things a bit different, and I really love adding books to baskets. This last-minute Easter basket idea is educational, gives back through the Kohl’s Cares program and won’t break the bank. I received some samples of the products from the Spring 2016 collection for the girls and instantly knew this would be a hit! I am sharing this with you today because it’s not just a better Easter basket option, but also because it has a social good element that is attached to each purchase – and something we should teach our children about from a very early age.
Everyone loves renowned author and illustrator Leo Lionni, and through a partnership with the Kohl’s Cares collection, you can give your little one an award-winning children’s books and coordinating soft plush toy that will benefit children’s health initiatives nationwide. The Kohl’s Cares Spring 2016 collection is available at all Kohl’s stores nationwide and on Kohls.com now through early April.
Each book and plush in the collection is priced at just $5 each, which is way less than most pre-made Easter baskets – and so much more worth the money – plus 100 percent of net profit goes to benefit children’s health initiatives. It’s a total win-win!
The following books and plush are available for the Kohl’s Cares Spring 2016 Collection for $5 each:
– A Color of His Own book (very popular!)
– Cornelius book and Crocodile plush
– Frederick book and Mouse plush
– It’s Mine! book and Frog plush
– Swimmy book
Disclosure: I was not compensated for sharing this giveaway, however, I did receive some samples. I chose to share this info because of my love for reading, and the importance of reading to your children. This post is being shared as a social good campaign from Mama’s Mission on behalf of Kohl’s Cares. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.