You don't have to spend a lot of money to give your kids Easter gifts they'll love. Below, we've picked out 25 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.
A personalized basket helps make their first Easter egg hunt extra special. This one is covered in a velour-type fabric on the outside, is fully lined, and is roomy enough to fit plenty of eggs and other holiday-themed goodies ($30, giftsforyounow.com).
Chick-A-Dee-Doo-Dah isn't just cute. It connects to tech devices via Bluetooth connection to play sweet tunes too—a trusty companion that can easily fit in your kid's pocket, and doubles as a toy ($40, myaudiopet.com).
Little ones can snuggle with or sit on this pretty cushion while listening to Easter stories in the afternoon ($34, jcpenney.com).
Rather than using hard-boiled eggs, hide the six pastel and ombre-colored eggs in this basket instead. When they hatch, the characters each have a home in the basket’s multiple nests, plus two nests to spare for any friends ($15, amazon.com).
Tots can recreate an Easter tradition with this kit, which has 153 pieces for building a kitchen scene and a small garden. Like with all LEGO sets, it doesn't skimp on the charming details and includes extras like a paintbrush and a palette, a wall clock and a pot for the stove ($30, amazon.com).
For an alternative to delicious Easter chocolate, this sweet, uniquely-flavored popcorn fits the bill ($7 for a small bag, poppyhandcraftedpopcorn.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).
These animal-inspired pouches store everything from Easter candy to trinkets or coins ($15 for pack of three, amazon.com).
Beautifully simple, this handmade wooden toy encourages kids to use their imagination to bring it to life. As a starting point, Lucy comes with an awesome backstory—she’s a formidable protector of the rights of peoples everywhere ($25, monroeworkshoptoys.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 your purchase, another Yoobi item will be donated to classroom in need in the U.S. ($5, yoobi.com).
No basket is complete without one of these ($10, amazon.com).
You and your toddler will have so much fun making cute bunny ears from this set, which includes rhinestones, fabric, a headband, glitter and glue ($25, seedling.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 ($10, amazon.com).
Your family Easter portrait will likely get about 10,000 times cuter when you put your little one in one of these hats ($40, 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 ($30, 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 ($6, amazon.com).
The Berenstain Bears and the Easter Story, by Jan and Mike Berenstain
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).
Large enough to fit notebooks, lunch and more, this backpack will have your child feeling like a big kid this spring. The colorful nylon backpack has beautiful embroidery, padded shoulder straps and a padded back panel for comfort. Toss other goodies inside and use the bag instead of a basket this year. ($17, beatrixny.com).
Pat the Bunny, by Dorothy Kunhardt
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 classic tale ($10, 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. ($9, amazon.com).
This adorable doll comes with her own tune—Romance de l'amour ($50, kaloostore.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 ($90, amazon.com).