These Easter Basket Gift Ideas are perfect for the little hoppy bunny in your life. Make it a memorable spring season for your toddler with a few simple (non-candy) gifts!
Those stickers, I know, right? We’ll get to those soon. Today I’m sharing some super cute ideas for your toddler’s Easter Basket. All of these gifts can be ordered online, which, when you have a baby & toddler to take care of, ordering things online is just made of win.
For an Easter Basket, I’m all about non-candy gifts. No thanks, sugar-high toddler. Yes please, fun activities to keep them entertained.
Now that Harper is almost 3 (!!!), she is really into celebrating any and all holidays. In our house, we celebrate both Passover and Easter, which is why I included a sentimental Passover gift idea as well.
Easter Basket Gift Ideas for Toddlers
This adorable personalized set is the perfect memorable gift for your little one. When she opened the coloring book and stickers my little girl’s entire face lit up with excitement. I explained that the words on the page said her name and that the little story in the coloring book was all about her – needless to say, it totally made her day.
The set comes with a personalized sticker set, place mat, and a coloring & activity book. We are big fans of the I SEE ME! products as they also helped us get Harper ready to become a big sister last year.
If you’re interested in a personalized set, I SEE ME! is running their Easter Sale through March 23rd!
While my toddler does not watch either of these shows, she is still somehow very drawn to these characters. Go figure. Toddlers just love Elmo. In any case, seasonal books always make a great gift.
Sidewalk chalk. Always a winner. Throw in some bubbles, and you’ve got yourself a happy toddler.
This one is sure to keep little ones busy. Toddlers just love puzzles. It’s a natural thing for them. They just like to figure things out. This one seems like it’s perfect for them to hold in their little hands and try to match up the pieces.
While gifts are not traditional for Passover, this is a fun way to introduce toddlers to what a Passover Seder is all about. And if you celebrate both holidays in your house as well, this can be an easy way to give them something special for each occasion.
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