5 x 3-Inch Adhesive Bandages for blisters, small cuts, slivers. Protect them so they don’t get worse.
4 x Alcohol Pads to clean and disinfect. Good for blood, sap or cleaning your knife after cutting sandwiches.
1 x Sponge/Compress (non-woven lint-free and hypoallergenic) for a large cut or scrapes. Use this with the PBT Bandage.
1 x PBT bandage durable soft elastic bandage for holding down the compress over larger bleeds or scrapes.
1 x Triangular Bandage can be used in many helpful ways: making a sling, a pad to control bleeding, immobilizing sprains or broken bones, keeping a dressing in place or maybe just carrying fruit.
2 x Safety Pins mostly for securing the triangle bandage, but also useful for getting out slivers, popping blisters (mostly you shouldn’t) or fixing clothes.
1 x Roll of Paper Tape (lightweight and hypoallergenic) for gentle, but secure adhesion especially on sensitive skin. You could probably use it to wrap or secure other things.
1 x Small Scissors for cutting paper tape or PBT Bandage (gauze). Also goof for opening snacks, cutting off annoying tags and children's crafts.
1 x Lanyard to tie the case to a back pack, help make a sling, tie a tourniquet or play with a cat.
Make a sling, bandage a wound, carry fruit, wear a bandana.
About First Aid Kits
You should have more than one first aid kit. Have a comprehensive one at home, another in the car and a couple of these to travel with.
The NWE Float First Aid Kit is a great option.
If you are regularly doing fun things outdoors you should get first aid training.
So buy one, take it with you, and hopefully you never need it.