I created 2 homemade piñatas and stuffed them with chips and candy. It is a task worthwhile with kids as an activity especially since their are homeschooled. I used recycled cardboard and anything that I was able to gather from home- hot glue, 1 large chips box, expired edible gold glitter sprinkles. The only thing I bought was garland and gold spray paint - which btw does not work the best on cardboard but I was satisfied with the final look.
I also made Eid cookies with cookie cutters shaped in masjids, camels, and lanterns. You can easily find them on Amazon.com. I packed them in a clear food bag and had the kids make bag toppers and stapled them with Eid stickers. A lot of the prep was done before Ramadan so that we can focus more spiritually not be as tired.
We had black Eid Mubarak Balloons and like a gender reveal party, we put different amounts of money in the black balloons and when each kid picked their balloon, they popped it to see the amount of money they got.
Once again, Eid is priceless and so are our memories and identity.