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Here are a few children’s Easter basket ideas:
Books are definitely a treasured gift for any holiday or celebration. For an Easter basket or Easter gift I would include anything that is Easter themed, spring themed, or even a religious book like a children’s prayer-book. Here are a few books we love from our own collection:
Learning Activities or Toys
Learning activities such as puzzles or learning games can also make great Easter basket fillers for children. Learning games will still be fun but it’s also stimulating their little minds. A few ideas might be:
Since it is spring and children are ready to play outdoors, outside toys are great children’s Easter basket items. A few suggestions are – bubbles, sidewalk chalk, balls, hoola hoop, frisbee, yo-yo, slinky or jump ropes.
Arts and Crafts
Many art supplies make great Easter basket fillers. A great place to look for these materials could be the dollar store or the dollar section at Target. I find many arts and crafts supplies in these places and around Easter many supplies are spring themed. Some examples are: coloring books, finger paints, play-doh, stickers, paint with water books, or new crayons/markers.
Everyday Functional Household Items
Easter baskets can also contain new children’s household items that they may be needing – perfect opportunity to replace items that they need. A few suggestions may be: a new Frozen Elsa towel, a Star Wars hooded towel, a new shampoo and conditioner, body wash and bubble bath, sippy cups, chapstick, or new socks.
For those little ones, this bunny teether is so perfect!
A stuffed bunny such as the Guess How Much I Love You Plush or a plush with soothing sounds such as the Cloud B Bubbly Bunny could make a child’s basket special. My boys enjoy holding a stuffed bunny when we read their Easter books.
These are a few of the ideas I have that are practical and inexpensive. I find value in buying things to fill a basket that can bring joy as they are used again and again.