Kids Easter basket ideas don’t have to just be jelly beans and stuffed animals. Read on for a list of 101 Easter basket gifts perfect for the kids on your list.
I love coming up with kids Easter basket ideas! My mom always did an incredible job with our Easter baskets when I was kid. I love being a mommy now and getting to do the same.
If you have read this blog for any length of time, you know I am a huge proponent in shopping sales and year-round. That ensures that: a) we don’t spend a ton of extra money in one month on gifts b) I always have a decent stockpile of gifts c) I can get REALLY great bargains. You can find lots of wonderful kids Easter basket deals even if you aren’t a year-round deal shopper like me. I highly recommend checking out The Dollar Store or the dollar section at Target and/or Michaels. These stores offers dozens of little gifts that kids love! I was amazed when I went to The Dollar Store this weekend at all the fun little toys and gadgets they had to offer.
Another way to find excellent bargains are by shopping on sites like Groupon and Zulily. Each of these sites offer toys, clothes and gifts at significantly discounted prices. I love putting something personalized in my kids’ baskets. I’ve done personalized books, t-shirts and toys in the past.
For the photo I also tucked in her Baby Be Blessed doll because I think it would make a perfect Easter basket gift. (The dolls are handmade and include your child’s name and a special scripture verse). I also think it is important to include something faith oriented in your child’s Easter basket since Jesus is why we celebrate Easter. As much as I love the fun of Easter baskets and egg hunts, they do not replace the true meaning of this important holiday.
If you are looking for beautiful baskets that will last your family for years, check out the ones on Personal Creations. They have so many options, and I love the personalization.
Below is a list of 101 kids Easter basket gift ideas. I hope it inspires you to put something you hadn’t thought of in your child’s Easter basket this year (some links are compensated affiliate links – thank you for clicking!). Be sure to read through to the end to get a free $35 spring gift from Grove Collaborative.
The Easter Story for toddlers and young children.)
(I’m not big on candy, but a big lollipop or a chocolate bunny – definitely a fun treat. PEZ dispensers are also awesome.)
Coloring books (We always buy our coloring books at The Dollar Store. They have so many to choose from.)
Silly putty (I used to love getting silly putty in my Easter basket)
Plain wood, canvases or ceramics to paint
Foam stickers and shapes (You can usually find these really cheap at craft stores)
Stamps and ink pads
SELF CARE ITEMS and CLOTHING:
toothbrush (The kids’ electric ones are extra fun and special for an Easter basket)
Bubble bath (We love The Honest Company’s bath products)
Summer shoes (ie: sandals or crocs)
Fun band aids
Swimsuits (I bought Adeline’s swimsuits this year from Zulily)
Kids watch (Again, The Dollar Store!)
Small purse or wallet
TOYS AND MISCELLANEOUS:
Small doll (I love Adeline’s Baby Be Blessed doll)
puzzles (Melissa and Doug Puzzles are awesome)
Small game (We love Tenzi)
Card games (Love this set of four Children’s Card Games)
Gift card (iTunes, Target, Walgreens, etc.)
Tenzi dice game
Photo canvas for their room
Small purse or wallet
Bike accessories (horn, streamers, etc.)
Magazine subscription (Highlights, Ranger Rick)
What would you add to this list of kids Easter basket ideas?
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