Easter is less than two weeks away – are you ready!? If you’re still on the search for Easter gifts and everything needed to prep for egg hunts, look no further! Here are some great options for kids of all ages. All arrive before Easter Sunday!


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If you’re still on the lookout for some cute baskets, these totes come in blue or pink and have the cutest little cottontail! They’re perfect for little hands to hold during egg hunts and to stuff with Easter gifts! If you have a Cricut machine, you can easily add monograms or names to these for extra cuteness.

One of my favorites to add in both baskets and eggs are these Reese’s candies – it’s a scientific fact that Easter-shaped chocolate tastes better than regular chocolate, right? I also love me some Smart Sweets – for kids and adults alike! There are so many flavors to choose from, and are the tastiest little snack. For more egg stuffers, these Easter-themed pop-its are perfect! Or swap out some colored eggs for these dino surprise eggs or egg-shaped bath bombs!

For some Easter books before and after the big day, I love a fun option with their favorite characters (like this Paw Patrol one) and one for everyone to enjoy – like “How to Catch the Easter Bunny.” 

I also love Easter gifts that can be used immediately – like this retro-style Polaroid Camera! Perfect for kids aged 5+, they come in a bunch of different colors and provide instant photos to frame! Chalk is always a winner – once the kids are done with egg hunts and eating, send them outside to create some sidewalk masterpieces! You can also include this Easter-themed ring toss game.

What are your favorite Easter gifts for toddlers and kids? Share with me in the comments below! And if you’re looking for even more Easter goodies, check out my extended Easter gifts blog here. 

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