Interesting facts about Easter:
- Eggs were formerly a forbidden food during the Lenten season? So to mark the end of the period of penance, people would paint, decorate and eat them on Easter as a form of celebration, hence came Easter Eggs.
- Meanwhile, the Easter Bunny was brought to America German immigrants in the 1700s. The Germans brought with them their tradition of an egg-laying hare called Osterhase or Oschter Haws. The German children would make nests in which these creatures could lay colored eggs.
- The fabled rabbit’s morning deliveries later on expanded to include chocolate, candy, and gifts, while beautifully decorated baskets replaced nests.
"Whether you’re planning an Easter Egg Hunt at home, or just wish to give the kids a sweet treat, SM Snack Exchange and Toy Kingdom have fun and egg-citing surprises for everyone".
Snack Exchange has chocolates, candies, and other sweet treats to celebrate Easter! An egg-citing surprise awaits kids in Kinder Joy and Zaini Egg Chocolates that come with a toy inside.
T/B (1) Kinder Joy Chocolates come with a surprise toy makes Easter more egg-citing; (2) Hop on to these Zaini Egg Chocolates that come with your favorite characters like Sofia the First, Frozen’s Elsa and Olaf, Cars and Spiderman.
Toy Kingdom has amazing stuff that highlight the Easter spirit: adorable bunny headbands, as well as whimsical lanterns and pompoms that come with cute Easter cutouts.
There are colorful and delightful eggs, wonderfully designed pails and baskets for Easter egg hunting.
These Easter treats are available at SM Snack Exchange and Toy Kingdom Express outlets in The SM Stores and at Toy Kingdom Stores in most SM Supermalls.
Please visit the SM store, Snack Exchange and Toy Kingdom social media accounts, for more amazing toy surprises: