Filling the Easter basket just got a lot easier with these fun Easter Basket Ideas for Babies & Kids. From little’s to big’s we’ve put together 3 Easter baskets stocked with fun ideas for children of all ages.
Are you tired of the same old Easter basket ideas for your kids. Filling your Easter baskets with loads of candy only to be devoured in one day? Now we’re not candy scrooges around here, we’re all for a yummy chocolate rabbit and some candy but we know that Easter Baskets can be so much more fun when put together with plenty of non-sweet treats that will last long after the holiday. These Easter basket ideas are perfect for babies and kids alike. Use the ideas as is below or mix and match to suit your kids likes, the options are endless
Easter Basket Ideas for Babies & Kids
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1) Beatrix Potter™ Easter Basket Liner and Coordinating Easter Basket: Every year I pour over Pottery Barn Kid’s super cute collection of Easter baskets. My sister bought them for her girls last year and they’re every bit as cute in person as you’s hope they’d be. The monogrammed liners as sooo adorable and well-made. They’re definitely something you’ll be able to use from year to year.
2 – Peter Rabbit Gift Set: What baby’s Easter basket would be complete without a copy of Peter Rabbit? One of my favorite childhood classics. This well-priced boxed set includes four classic Beatrix Potter tales including: The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Mr. Jeremy Fisher, The Tale of Tom Kitten, and The Tale of Jemima Puddle- Duck.
3) Fisher Price Music Ferris Wheel: I bought this for my daughter’s Easter Basket last year and she continues to continually pull it out and play with it all the time. It’s a classic 1966 Fisher-Price Design. You can wind the knob for the Ferris Wheel to revolve and listen to the music, while 4 “passengers” in the swinging bucket seats are removable
4) Duck Racer Mini Vehicle: Push toys are a always a favorite of babies and kids alike. This little mini duck in a race car is too cute to pass up.
5) Hide N’ Tweet Easter Eggs: We have 2 cartons of these squeaking eggs. My kids and nieces love them. On the bottom their are shapes that correspond to shapes in the carton.
6) Melissa & Doug Ducky Stuffed Animal That Quacks: In my opinion no Easter basket is complete without a new plush friend. This soft little duck is so cute and perfect for a little one’s basket
7) Oodles of Fun Cloth Tag Book – My daughter loved these little tag books when she was a baby. The cloth tags keep them busy as they’re exploring textures and learning to move their fingers for the first time.
Easter Basket Ideas for Girls
8) Silver Rope Easter Baskets: Another Pottery Barn Basket that is just too cute to pass up. The classic basket is woven from natural sea grass and silver rope and is something that would be classic beautiful you could use year after year.
9) Taupe Bunny Plush – I love adding a stuffed toy into my kids Easter baskets. Who can resist a plush bunny rabbit with oh-so-huggable soft fur my little one loves to bring from room to room.
10) Watercolor Pan Set, 36 Colors – My kids love to paint, but what they love more is to paint with “grown-up” supplies. I bought these for myself and quickly realized that my little girl started using them more than me. At such an affordable price point I won’t mind getting her a set of her very own.
11) Beverly Cleary Ramona Collection: I love giving books for all occasions. Especially for kids if you want them to be great readers they need access to books that resonate with them. The classic appeal of Beverly Cleary’s stories about Ramona Quimby haven’t faded. Like any good literature these stories still resonate with kids today. I read these aas a child and loved them and I can’t wait to introduce them to my girl as she gets older.
12) Disney Fairies Wendy’s Music Box: I have been looking to find a little music box for my daughter that isn’t too precious that she can’t use and enjoy it. I think I found such a cute option in the little music box. The box itself is plastic and the tinker bell figurine is interchangeable with the included ballerina figurine. The key doubles as a necklace and unlocks the secret storage music box.
13) Made to Move Barbie: To me a Barbie is a classic that never goes out od style, perennial favorite. This Barbie has the ability to pose which I think is really great.
14) Angel Wooden Nesting Dolls: I used to love the nesting dolls when I was a girl and these Angel Nesting Dolls are adorable. I know my little one will love them too.
15) Dollhouse Vegetable Garden: My little one is obsessed with dollhouses lately. I know she’ll adore this little vegetable garden to add to her dollhouse yard.
Easter Basket Ideas for Boys
16) Dark Brown Oval Easter Basket: Love the color on the oval Easter basket from World Market. Nice size and affordable too.
17) Captain America Action Figure: MY 7 year old is in the prime of super hero action figure and he love Captain America.
18) Toss Rings : Often time I like to add something active into their baskets they can bring outside and play with. These toss rings I buy every year and my kids love them.
19) Melissa & Doug Stained Glass Made Easy Craft Kit: Dragon – Sometimes I have trouble finding quick crafts that my 7-year old son would enjoy. Lately he likes kits that require little input from me. This is ingenious and my son would absolutely love doing it
20) Pokemon Cards: Pokemon mania has taken hold in my house
21) Uno: The classic card game never gets old. My son love it and we play all the time.
22) Kinetic Sand, Beach Sand – If you haven’t tried Kinetic Sand you need to. My kids go nuts for this stuff. This sand is so cool and very easy to clean up. It’s a perfect rainy day activity. I bring out the Kinetic sand give them a cookie sheet to play on; we also have these adorable tiny sand molds. They love this stuff and are as content as a day at the beach.
23) Boxcar Children Boxset: I love to give books and
24) MiP the Toy Robot – My 7 year old is starting to be super into remote control toys. If you can control the movement with a remote he loves it. This takes it to the next level it’s a gesture or app controlled robot and it looks super cool. There’s a ton of really good reviews on Amazon . I think any little boy would go nuts for this.