You don't have to spend a lot of money to give your kids Easter gifts they'll love. Below, we've picked out 33 great presents for kids of all ages at a variety of price points. These books, toys, accessories and snacks will help you and your children celebrate the spring holiday and make Easter Sunday so much sweeter and more memorable.
Worried you won't have enough time to fill your kid's Easter basket with cool stuff? Plan ahead by ordering this. It comes with a coloring/activity book and stickers featuring your child's name, crayons and a plush bunny to snuggle ($45, iseeme.com).
Chick-A-Dee-Doo-Dah isn't just cute. It connects to tech devices via Bluetooth connection to play tunes too—a trusty companion that can easily fit in your kid's pocket ($25, myaudiopet.com).
If the weather's nice, spend some extra time outside post-egg-hunt giving this kite with bite a try ($12, target.com).
Given their egg design, Hatchimals make awesome Easter gifts. But this year, they're giving their toys an aquatic twist. Inside the eggs are mer-mals (aka half-mermaid, half-Hatchimal creatures), Clownfish and other characters who, when dipped into water, magically change color ($20, target.com).
This tale about the love a father and son hare feel for each other is simple and sweet ($11, fun.com).
Like all Fingerlings, these are meant to rest atop your fingers and do cool tricks. But as narwhals, aka the unicorns of the sea, they're also equipped with some unique features, like magic motion sensors that let them surf air waves and mood horns that change colors. You'll have to wait a bit to purchase these; they start rolling out in March ($15, walmart.com).
Tots can recreate an Easter tradition with this kit, which has 153 pieces for building a kitchen scene and a small garden. As with all LEGO sets, it doesn't skimp on the charming details and includes extras such as a paintbrush and a palette, a wall clock and a pot for the stove ($34, amazon.com).
These tiny pets, which hail from mystical, delicious-sounding lands such as Cake Pop Coast, Lollipop Lake or Marshmallow Meadow, are super entertaining. Using their included favorite treat, you can get them to move their ears and tail, or guide them to hop, sprint or dodge ($10, amazon.com).
This bag of candy—a mix of jelly beans, chocolate eggs and candy corn—are all tasty, and a combo of these are small enough to fit perfectly inside a plastic egg ($20 for a pack of two, amazon.com).
These soft silicone coin purses aren't just handy for holding change; they're also the ideal size for holding ear buds, jewelry and other trinkets ($12, theapollobox.com).
Traditional piggy boxes are cute and all, but this modern version, great for older kids, is so much smarter. It features three drawers—one for spending, one for saving and one for giving—and within each are compartments to organize both coins and bills ($30, amazon.com).
Once this plush bunny is hugged, its belly starts to glow and it plays 20 minutes of calming music to lull your baby to sleep ($20, target.com).
Although this snack is tasty and available all year round, they're another one of those things that's particularly ideal for Easter. Inside one half of the egg is the treat itself, and inside the other is a small toy ($19, amazon.com).
Talk about a gift within a gift—within a gift! Inside the case is a scented donut plush, and hidden in the center, in a shell, is a squishy Pikmi jelly that kids must crack to access. Then, there are three more mini surprises, which can range from rings and erasers to pouches and bag tags ($11, amazon.com).
This festive blanket is great for both snuggles and playing pretend ($23, fun.com).
This bunny-themed pencil case can be spot-cleaned with mild soap and warm water, so it looks just as good on the last day of school as the first day your kid got it. Another great feature: for every Yoobi item you purchase, another Yoobi item will be donated to a classroom in need in the U.S. ($5, yoobi.com).
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Though this probably won't fit inside your child's Easter basket, it still makes for a great goody for the amount of fun your kid will get out of it. Best of all, it's a no-cleanup toy that can be used indoors or outdoors.
Rather than Xs and Os, this cute Easter version of the classic game uses carrots and rabbits in eco-friendly wooden material ($5, michaels.com).
An alternative to the beloved Peeps, these individually wrapped gourmet marshmallows come in unexpected, yet still delicious flavors like Cookie Dough, Strawberries & Cream, Mint Chocolate Chip and Cinnamon Churro ($7, boxed.com).
Slime kits are everywhere these days, but this one stands out for the rainbow expanding water beads that'll leave your kids mesmerized ($5, amazon.com).
No time to create slime? You can buy these silly putty eggs instead, and put them in your kids' basket. The slime can stretch, snap and bounce, but unlike DIY slime, there's less of a chance this will cause a mess in your kitchen ($6, crayola.com).
Your family Easter portrait will likely get about 10,000 times cuter when you put your little one in one of these hats ($44, littlegoodall.com).
These super-soft stuffed animals, made with 100 percent organic Sherpa cotton and filled with sustainable corn fiber, are great as cuddle companions for your tiny tot ($19 each, applepark.com).
She’ll feel so grown up wearing this matching necklace and bracelet, made out of 24k plated gold, during Easter services and the egg hunt. The necklace has a bunny pendant and the bracelet has a carrot one—so fun ($21, hollamama.com).
Little ones will develop their motor skills and learn shapes and colors as they play with this toy, which comes with three eggs to fit into the tractor ($29, amazon.com).
Take your kid on an Easter-themed learning quest with Dora and Boot in this program. Join them on their search for the Big Yellow Egg, and sing along to two additional musical stories ($5, amazon.com).
Have your child learn the true meaning behind Easter with Brother, Sister and Honey Bear in this story by Jan and Mike Berenstain. The Bear cubs watch a play called “The Easter Story” and discover that there is more to the holiday than just delicious sweets. Includes a colorful sticker set ($4, amazon.com).
Any kid can become an artist with this set, which includes five scented markers in cherry, blueberry, orange, lime and banana, one scented ink pad that smells like chocolate and five interchangeable stamps. If you're worried about the mess involved, don't be; the markers and stamps are designed to only work on the Color Wonder blank sheets, also included, so there's no risk of your child marking up the whole house ($14, amazon.com).
Cut up these tattoos to place in your kids' gift baskets. They'll have a blast watching them adhere to the skin, and can use them to tattoo their boiled eggs as well ($39, inkedbydani.com).
A fun, interactive book is a fine choice for your baby’s first Easter present. Your little one will love patting the bunny’s soft fur, smelling the flowers, and looking in the mirror to see her own reflection in Dorothy Kunhardt’s iconic tale ($12, amazon.com).
Artsy kids will love decorating their own shiny Easter eggs with this kit. Glitter, ribbons, pastel color paints—it has everything they need to bling out their holiday. ($7, amazon.com).
This developmental toy is a fun new twist to stacking cups and lets your kid practical his basic fine-motor skills. Your baby will have a great time stacking a set of adorable colorful eggs, and then knocking them down to start all over again ($20, amazon.com).
Your toddler will have oodles of fun while perfecting his walking with this toy. The pink and green plush bunnies hop up and down as the walker is pushed, so your kid will be encouraged to keep moving forward. Just keep a close eye on your mobile munchkin ($156, amazon.com).