Easter is just around the corner and I want to make this one easy on you. I’m the queen of last minute and have actually surprised myself at how on top of things I’ve been when it comes to Easter. With 2 children (ages 4 and 6) and LOTS of birthday parties under our belts, I feel like I know a thing or two when it comes to gifting kids with gifts they’ll like and use. I’ve compiled a list of a few of my favorite things to gift for Easter, along with links to each item (told you I’d make it easy on you ;).
These hand painted holiday cards are the best midday lunchbox surprise! My girls love to get surprise handwritten notes at school – and how cute are these holiday themed cards?
My kids love to play with these in the car. I keep a couple at home and a couple in my glovebox of my car. They’re perfect for keeping busy hands occupied.
We love to use our dot markers with these activity books – especially if they’re holiday themed!
This stuffed animal/night light/projector is by far one of our favorite things of 2023! It’s perfect for any age and comes in 8 different animal choices.
A great game for the whole family and small enough to throw in your bag for restaurants. I actually use this game a lot with my students that I tutor. It helps with attention, visual skills, and reflexes!
Both of my girls have one of these. You can even customize the colors to match your decor! I think that every child should have one of these at an early age. The ability to see and manipulate the letters of their name is so beneficial!
I’ve never really understood the obsession with these until I finally bit the bullet and bought one. I decided to give it a go when I realized that this could potentially take the place of dying eggs. Don’t get me wrong, I love the tradition of dying Easter eggs, but the prep and the mess just isn’t my thing…and this is mess free! The kit comes with the spinner and 6 markers.
One of my all-time favorite things is Mad Mattr. It never dries out (so it’s ok to not store in an airtight container) and it doesn’t crumble into sand like the other options. We use cookie cutters, letter stamps, and all the other molding tools with ours.
This pack of 6 is perfect to split up into Easter baskets! We have and love these chalk bombs. They’re basically just a different spin on regular sidewalk chalk that you can throw. The kids love when we draw targets on the driveway, then they take turns trying to throw and hit the center!
This Lego kit contains pieces to build 8 different models that actually move.
Every child should have a set of these alphabet cards! Not only are they beautifully illustrated, they’re also beneficial when learning letter names, sounds, and formation. Did you know that children should have those 3 skills mastered before learning to read?
What child wouldn’t want their own set of binoculars for adventures! There are 7 different colors to choose from.
How easy would it be to buy eggs already stuffed with fun toys? I found these cute colorful princess eggs and these dinosaur filled eggs.
Princess Egg Link: https://amzn.to/3ng8ur2
Dino Egg Link: https://amzn.to/3TPCUN8
We have and love these. They’re great for early learners to practice sorting and matching the letter eggs. After mastering the letters, kids can play with them in their pretend kitchen, stamp with them in Mad Mattr (linked above), and practice making words!
This set comes with 12 colorful bath bombs with a surprise animal toy inside. These are great for the bathtub or for a water table on a hot day!
Wanting more ideas? Head here – https://www.amazon.com/shop/young_learning – to my Amazon Storefront and check out “Easter Favorites” for even more!
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