Birthday Goodie Bag Ideas for Preschoolers

Goodie Bag Ideas

If your preschooler's birthday is coming up, you know you have a lot to think about and to do.
From actually planning a party to finding a great gift for your little one, you want to make sure that your preschooler's special day is really special and memorable. For a lot of parents, creating the perfect goodie bag is a big part of their preschooler's birthday party celebration, whether it is something you hand out in class or at an actual party with friends and family (or both).

Goodie bags can be simple or elaborate and can either reflect the theme of your child's birthday or just be a fun collection of treats to share. Great filler for goodie bags include: pencils, erasers
balls, tattoos, stickers, sidewalk chalk, small packs of crayons,
small containers of Play-Doh, noisemakers, costume jewelry.

In some cases, rather than a whole bag of treats, some parents opt to give out a single, slightly more expensive item (such as a coloring book and crayons) that the children might get more use out of.

Whatever you choose, here are some ideas for themes.

🛍1. Beach Pail Goodie Bag.
Beach pails and shovels can be found at dollar-type stores and are great not only as a treat itself, but, to fill with things as well.

🛍2. Get Artsy.
Encourage kids to get in touch with their artistic side with things like a box of crayons or markers, small note pad, stickers, decorative pencils, and a small can of Play-Doh.

🛍3. Wild Thing.
Animal-themed goodie bags are always cute. You can include all sorts of animal-themed things such as stickers, pencils and erasers, balls, and tattoos. Finish the bag off with a small plush doll.

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