Our Top Picks
Best Easter Basket: Burlap Bunny Ears Tote at Amazon
"The burlap material makes this tote sturdy for every occasion and can be used for Easter and beyond."
Best Game: Move2Play Easter Egg Toss at Amazon
"It’s the fun of an egg toss without any of the mess."
Best Stuffed Animal: Some Bunny Loves You Plush Toy at Amazon
"The plush, stuffed animal is adorable for any occasion, but the floppy ears make it great for Easter."
"Great for a variety of ages, the flower headband is sure to make anyone feel like a princess."
Best Lego: BrickHeadz Easter Bunny at Amazon
"This Lego kit comes with enough pieces for hours of fun and the opportunity to really get creative."
Best Egg Decorating: Unicorn Easter Egg Decorating Kit at Amazon
"The unicorn kit is a fun departure from the usual egg decorations."
Best for Toddlers: Tomy Hide N Squeak Eggs at Amazon
"This isn’t just an Easter toy, but an interactive way to teach colors and counting in a way children will actually enjoy."
Best Coloring Book: Like a Llama Coloring Book at Amazon
"Kids and adults can flex their creative muscle with this cute llama coloring book."
Best Slime: Easter Galaxy Slime Putty Eggs at Amazon
"These eggs include slime that’s easy to clean and add-ins like glitter and sprinkles for an activity everyone will love."
Best Educational: Educational Insights Bunny Hop Game at Amazon
"The award-winning game teaches color recognition and memory skills, but it’s also just a lot of fun."
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It wouldn’t be Easter without a cutesy Easter basket. This one doesn’t have all the bright colors or designs, but that’s one of the things that makes it great. The burlap is sturdy for whatever you choose to stuff the bag with. The bunny ears add the perfect accent and the bag is spacious enough to be used way past Easter. The bags come in a set of three, so they’re perfect if you plan to make a baskets for several people.
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An egg toss with actual eggs can be messy, but Move2Play combines the fun of an egg toss without any of the mess. The plush toy, which is machine washable and made from recycled water bottles, can be thrown in the air and depending on how hard or soft it’s caught, or ultimately dropped, the egg emits funny sounds and up to 40 different phrases. This interactive Easter game can be played by children ages three and up.
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It doesn’t get any cuter, or softer, than this plush stuffed animal. The only thing more adorable than the floppy ears with heart designs is the shirt that reads “Some bunny loves you.” Measuring 11 inches tall, the bunny arrives gift-ready, wrapped in plastic with a neat little bow. This would make a great addition to a large basket or as a standalone gift.
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Best Ears: SweetNestBoutique Easter 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.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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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.
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Instead of the usual, this kit features ears, eyes, headbands, and more importantly, horns, to create some fun unicorns. Let their imaginations truly run wild as each child creates the blue, green, or pink unicorn of their dreams. The kit allows you to decorate 12 eggs, but you might want to buy a second kit for even more unicorn fun.
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These eggs aren’t for eating, but they will crack little ones up and teach them a thing or two as well. The plastic set comes with six eggs in a cute, bright carton. Each one is decorated with a unique fun face and cracks open to reveal a brightly colored, matching chick inside. Press down on a chick’s head, and the sweet chirping begins. No batteries are necessary. Recommended for ages six months and up, they're a fun foray into teaching colors, counting and more.
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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.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Slime is still a fun, trendy activity for kids, so combining that with a set of Easter eggs? You can’t go wrong. The dozen eggs are filled with bright, iridescent slime that can be squished, pulled, stretched, and even formed into the shapes of animals. The non-toxic slime doesn’t stick to clothes or walls, so say goodbye to messy clean up. The package comes with add-ins like chunky glitter and sprinkles so every kid can personalize theirs.
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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.
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Best Religious: “God Gave Us Easter” Hardcover
This book makes a sweet gift for those who want to embrace the religious reason behind Easter. Featuring a small polar bear and her family, they delve into the story of Jesus and how he died and rose again. It 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.
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Best Basket Liner: Rainbow Tutu Easter Basket Liners
You could go out and buy an actual Easter basket, but there’s a chance you already have some baskets at home. If that’s the case, all you need is a basket liner. This one from Pottery Barn ties to most small or medium baskets and features layers of brightly colored tulle. For an additional cost, you can even add up to nine characters for personalization.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Best Tween Accessory: OMG Accessories Glitter Bunny Duffle Bag
For the tween or teen in your life who loves all things pink and sparkly, OMG Accessories duffle bag is a fun choice. In addition to the glittery exterior, bunny ears are at the top and a faux fur bunny tail is on one side. The roomy interior and adjustable shoulder strap make this perfect for a sleepover or weekend trip with the family. This bag will no doubt stand out from the crowd.
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Best for Newborns and Toddlers: Bunny Applique Nursery One Piece Pajama
Parents of newborns will never turn down a onesie, especially one with a bunny on the front and a tail on the back. Baby will be adorable coming and going. Besides being aww-worthy, the 100 percent cotton knit is sure to feel comfortable against baby’s skin and the front zipper allows for easy access.
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Protect your cell phone and add a bit of pizazz with a bunny inspired case in a plush leopard print design. As much as we all touch our phones throughout the day, it’ll be nice to have something that actually feels great against your hand. The lining is made of soft silicone, so no worries about it scratching the actual phone. All ports are easily accessible and there are even rhinestones around the camera cut out.