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Every child can appreciate a fun Easter gift. The options can range from an inspiring book to sweet treats to popular toys and so much more. But because there are so many options, finding the perfect item can feel like an overwhelming task.
Here are the best Easter gifts for every kid on your list.
Pottery Barn Kids Peter Rabbit Nursery Pajama
Parents can always use another onesie for their baby and this pick from Pottery Barn Kids is beyond adorable. The organic cotton material has classic Peter Rabbit illustrations. Besides the fun prints, the material is soft and sure to keep baby cozy. Also, the front zipper makes for easy access.
Williams Sonoma x Pottery Barn Kids Beatrix Potter Small Filled Basket
If you don't exactly have the time to put a basket together, this Willams Sonoma x Pottery Barn Kids basket comes filled to the brim. That includes a Beatrix Potter plush, decorated marshmallows, jelly beans, and egg-shaped lollipops. The liner ties securely to the basket and can even be personalized with a name or initials.
Etsy Bunny Ears Headband
Babies are adorable and baby accessories are just too cute for words. Combine the two and you have an accessory ideal for special photos. SweetNestBoutique features handmade headbands with a flower crown and attached bunny ears with lace trim. The little one in your life will look adorable in these on picture day or just any day. But these aren’t just for the babies, the headband is available in sizes from newborns to teens for fun family photos.
Harry & David Easter Gift Bundle
Chocolates and Easter, or pretty much any holiday, seem to go hand in hand. If you want to make a purchase that satisfies the pickiest of eaters or for a few kids to share, this Harry & David bundle has something for everyone. It's just over five pounds and includes everything from cookies to a cake and of course, chocolate truffles and eggs.
Lego BrickHeadz Easter Bunny 40271 Building Kit
Perfect for ages 10 and up, the Lego bunny comes with more than 100 pieces. That means hours of enjoyment and pure creativity. Want the bunny to hold a carrot or basket? That’s easy to do with the detachable props. Oh, and the ears actually move. The final product is too cute not to display, and you’ll be able to do so easily with the included baseplate.
Loulou Lollipop Bunny Silicone And Wood Teether
As those new teeth come in, you might want to add this item from Loulou Lollipop to your shopping list for Easter and beyond. The teether is perfectly sized for little hands to firmly grip and the food safe silicone will give their gums some much needed relief. The teether is BPA-free and easy to clean.
Etsy Hangin with My Peeps T-Shirt
This “hangin with my peeps” shirt is sure to make anyone laugh, or at least elicit a chuckle. The super soft, cotton shirts are a neutral charcoal gray, but the bright screen printed design is perfect for Easter. The price on these shirts is so affordable, you can even buy one for everyone in the family. These would look great in a group photo.
Abdtech Kids Camera Bunny
This digital camera is the perfect way to encourage their creativity at a young age or at least keep them away from your phone. The camera is easy for kids ages three to eight to use and the buttons are perfect for small hands. They can snap pics and the included USB port allows them to be uploaded to a computer or even printed. The adorable bunny ears aren't just cute, but the silicone cover helps with grip and protects the camera against any falls.
Amazon Celebrate Easter: Like a Llama: a coloring book
The Like a Llama coloring book is designed for kids of all ages, but seriously, adults will even love it because there’s just something so relaxing about coloring. Each page features a llama and equally adorable animal friends. The book includes 15 designs and “double ups,” with a matching corresponding page in case two people want to color the same design simultaneously.
Educational Insights Bunny Hop: Easter Game for Kids, Memory & Color Recognition
To sneak in a bit of learning in the basket, there’s this Bunny Hop memory game. The goal is to collect one bunny in each of the four colors (there are 20 plastic bunnies in all—five each in red, blue, yellow and green) first. Players do this by rolling a die and pressing a bunny in a matching color, hoping to find a “hopper.” If the bunny hops out of its hole, the player gets to keep it.
Amazon God Gave Us Easter
Featuring a small polar bear and her family, God Gave Us Easter delves into the story of Jesus and how he died and rose again. The book touches on prayer and heaven, but at a level that kids can understand. It’s a great introduction to help them recognize that Easter goes beyond their basket or bunnies and eggs. The fun watercolor and colored pencil illustrations and characters keep their interest while the meaningful lessons are delivered.
Creativity for Kids Hide & Seek Rock Painting Kit
Painting eggs is surely fun, but switch things up a bit with this fun rock painting kit. The set comes with all the essentials to paint 10 rocks, including weather resistant paint and transfers. Kids can get creative with the painting and then hide the rocks around the house or yard.
Oriental Trading Color Your Own Easter Cups with Lids & Straws
Easter is just one day long, but this kit allows children to create something they’ll have long after the festivities are over. Each cup in this set comes with an insert kids can color and jazz up the everyday cup. Besides being a fun activity, the cups themselves will come in handy and prevent spills thanks to the secure lid and bendable straw.
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This roundup was written by Patrice J. Williams. She has contributed gift guides to The Spruce since 2020. She loves helping her friends and family find unique, thoughtful, and wallet-friendly presents. In addition to her work for The Spruce, she writes commerce articles, including product suggestions and reviews, for other outlets as well as appearing on air for The Today Show, WEtv, and she was the Savvy Shopper reporter for WPIX in New York City.