Looking for something a little eggs-tra to accompany somebunny’s Easter basket this year? Here are some egg-ceedingly egg-cellent Easter gifts that kids will be egg-static to receive this Easter Sunday.
Mad Libs are a __ addition to any car ride. Grab some Easter Eggstravaganza Mad Libs if you’ll be road-trippin’ this Easter.
PicWits is a fun game for kids 10 and up where players try to match their photo cards to the judge’s caption card. The game lasts about half an hour and is made for four or more players.
Not Parent Approved: A Card Game for Kids Families and Mischief Makers is like a kid-friendly Cards Against Humanity for ages eight and up.
If you’re having a bunch of kiddos over for Easter, entertain them with the Funny Bunny Ring Toss from Paper Source. It’s inflatable, so it can’t do too much damage indoors.
Lipsmacker’s Bunny Easter Bucket contains one Lippy Pal Lip Balm, two water-based nail polishes, one nail file, and one toe separator.
Lush has a ton of Easter goodies, including the Lucky Carrot bubble bar and Magic Rabbit and Bunny Buttercheeks bath bombs. Their limited edition Easter Basket contains a fizz and foam of Dinosaur Egg Bombshell, a macaroon-inspired minty scented Cream Egg Bubbleroon with shea butter, and a toffee-scented glittering Golden Egg packed with cocoa butter all packed in a bright-colored Knot-Wrap that can be re-used as gift wrap, or even a scarf.
Egg Decorating Kits
Paper Source’s Eggmazing Egg Decorator Kit makes decorating eggs a breeze for little hands. You may have seen this lathe-like contraption featured on Shark Tank. It spins the egg, so all you have to do is hold one of the eight non-toxic markers on it to get a cool spiral design. Easy enough for kids ages three and up!
Target has a ton of fun egg decorating kits, too. The Paas Easter Deggorating Party Egg Decorating Kit promises to be a mess with not just one but two glitter pouches, plus stickers, foil sheets, a speckle tablet, a magic crayon, and oh yeah, the actual dye tablets. For less of a mess, get the Paas Easter Marble Egg Decorating Kit, Paas Easter Color Whip Decorating Kit, or the groovy Paas Easter Neon Tie Dye Egg Decorating Kit. Seriously, egg dyeing has come so far since we were kids. Since when is there gold foil and galactic eggs?
Speaking of when we were kids, did you know that Calico Critters are back?! Pick up the Calico Critters Hopscotch Rabbit Family at Target. Of course they’ll need a home too, so you better grab the Calico Critters Red Roof Cozy Cottage. And how darling is this Calico Critters Connor & Kerri’s Carriage Ride from JC Penny?!
Okay, we realize kids these days may not be over the moon about teeny tiny bunnies, but we do know they’re crazy about Hatchimals. This Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Basket from Walmart is its own little Easter basket, complete with six Hatchimals CollEGGtibles. Just rub the purple heart until it changes color, then press down to crack the shell and meet your pearly pastel pals with glittery wings.
For the LEGO lover in your life, the 120 piece LEGO BrickHeadz Easter Chick is sure to provide some Easter Sunday entertainment. This little chickadee is safe for kids ages three and up.
For paleontologists ages four and up, how about a dozen Dig It Up Dinosaur Eggs? Each egg contains a different dino. Just soak the clay egg in water, then use the chiseling tool to excavate the dinosaur.
One of my favorite Easter gifts was a doll my grandmother made that had on a bunny costume, complete with floppy ears. If you aren’t as talented as my grandmother (no one is), you can buy this Madame Alexander Bunny Huggums Baby Doll from Amazon. The vinyl doll is suitable for ages three and up.
Speaking of baby dolls in bunny costumes, how about another throw back? These nine-inch tall Cabbage Patch Kids are so cute they’re called “Cuties”. Daphne Ducky and Shelby the Blue Eyed Sheep are both adorable spring selections, while the Honey Bunny and Ava Bunny dolls are more on the nose for Easter.
Kohl’s carries some darling little dolls too, like the Snuggle Baby Bunny by Manhattan Toys and Snuggle Pods Hunny Bunny by Manhattan Toy, both oh so cozy in a bunny-themed sleep sack.
While we realize no kid wants clothes as a present, we have rounded up some precious baby-wear and PJs they won’t mind receiving.
What baby doesn’t need a Rapper’s Delight onesie? Available in sizes for 0-18 months, this 100% cotton Hip Hop Easter Bunny Baby One-Piece guarantees they’ll be the coolest baby on the block.
Give your baby bun-knees with Old Navy’s Critter Tights for Baby.
Your little lamb totally needs this Nursery Knit Hat and Diaper Cover from Pottery Barn Kids. The diaper cover has a little pom pom tail for goodness sake! Bonus: It’s machine-washable.
Pottery Barn Kids also has some precious pajamas. This Bunny Appliqué Nursery One Piece Pajama is for 0-24 months and has a bunny on the bum! Older kids will look super cute Easter morning in matching Beatrix Potter™ Tight Fit Pajamas, available in sizes 4, 6, and 8.
If you loved the Rapper’s Delight onesie but don’t own a baby, get your kid this Rapper’s Delight Poster. If they’ve never heard of this classic song, ask Alexa to treat you to a Sugar Hill gang dance party.
This Rabbit Framed Canvas Art from Target will look good on their walls all year long. What a boop-able nose!
Society6 sells a couple versions of Velveteen Rabbit prints that feature the tear-jerking line about becoming real. The Velveteen Rabbit Once you are Real Art Print features an illustration of the Velveteen Rabbit, while The Velveteen Rabbit ~ You become Real Art Print features the entire quote and is not illustrated. These are perfect for your kid’s room, especially if it’s one of their favorite books.
Pottery Barn Kids has a couple of bunnies that need a home. Bunny 1 and Bunny 2 are both by Minted® artist Lulaloo. The prints are available in 8×8, 11×11, or 16×16, with your choice of black, white, natural, or gray frame.