Easter is fast approaching! Here’s some candy-free Easter basket ideas for the Easter bunny to consider giving your little one.
Follow our Easter for Kids and Family Pinterest board!
Easter is not a holiday where we focus mainly on gifts, but it’s always nice for the kids to find a few fun treats in their Easter baskets. I always suggest to the Easter bunny that he try to limit the candy and give a couple quality items, rather than lots of little things the kids will lose interest in after the newness wears off.
Here are a few suggestions I gave him that I thought I’d pass on to you! (This post contains affiliate links.)
I’d like to thank to Lego for providing us with products to review and include in this guide! Lucy and Theo had a great time trying them out, and we’re happy to share our honest opinion with all of you.
Over 25 Easter Basket Ideas for Kids
Art-Themed Easter Basket Ideas
Unravels Tear and Share Crayon Sticks: Lucy (age 6) loves these!
Sunprint Paper Kit: Perfect way to create on a sunny day!
Set of Watercolors: One of our favorite brands!
Needle Felting Kit: Kids ages 8 and up might enjoy learning to needle felt!
Fun Activities for the Easter Basket
PlanToys Lacing Sheep: Perfect for Easter!
Wooden Balls in a Rainbow of Colors: Nontoxic and perfect for toddlers to roll and put in containers!
Wooden Egg Shaker: Make some music and dance with these egg shakers!
eeBoo Color Go Fish: This is our favorite version of Go Fish- gorgeous set!
Kids’ Gardening Gloves and some seed packets: My kids love planting seeds. This would be a hit!
Piggy Paint: Nontoxic fingernail polish for kids
Wooden Top with Pull String: Great for older children!
Rubik’s 2 x 2 Cube: Do your kids like puzzles? This would be perfect!
Classic Training Slackline: We love any toy that encourages outdoor play and gross motor practice!
Toys for Imaginative Play
3-Piece Wooden Car Set: Theo would love playing with these!
Silk Rainbow Streamer: Lucy used to love this when she was younger. She often pretended she was a fairy and danced around with her streamer!
Hape Balance Boat Toy: Great for fine motor practice and pretend play! (One of our favorite Brands.)
Face Paint: Dress up like anything with your own face paint!
I also wanted to share with you our favorite Easter baskets: bolga baskets! They come in a variety of sizes and colors and have lasted us years. Not only do we use them as Easter baskets, but we also take them to the farmers market to carry our produce. They’re also often used to store toys and activities in throughout the year. (We bought ours from a local vendor, but here’s an example of a medium bolga basket on Amazon.)
Do you have any suggestions not on the list? Let’s share ideas!