Easter Basket Gift Guide for Babies, Toddlers and Big Kids


I’m back with another gift guide! This one is all about filling your kid’s Easter baskets with ideas for all ages, from babies and toddlers to bigger kids (4-7?). I like to choose an arts and crafts item and fill with some favorite snacks, stickers, and tattoos. I’d love to hear what items have been a hit for your kids, drop me a comment below!

1. Tubby Todd Bath & Bubbles Set – We are big fans of Tubby Todd in our home and love to get the limited scents that they come out with.

2. Drum – This would be a fun toy to introduce little ones to at a young age.

3. Toy Story Duplo Legos – I love Toy Story anything and my husband loves legos. This would be a perfect introductory set for your kiddo.

4. Magnetic Easel – We received one of these sets as a gift and it’s so fun to create different scenes/animals together.

5. Water Shoes – Perfect if you’ll be doing a lot of water activities this summer. They dry fast and are small, light, and easy to pack.

6. Home Book – A fun and beautifully-illustrated book to teach your kids about different places people call home.

7. Swimsuit – Always a classic swimsuit.

8. Puj Cups – I first discovered these when my daughter was a baby, and now that she’s at the age that she can get water on her own, these cups would be perfect for her.

9. Water Wow! – Love these no mess water books, especially for dining out.

10. Pretend Makeup Set – I’ve been on the fence about this one but ended up ordering it for my daughter because she uses paint brushes already for her pretend makeup. Ahhh.

11. Rocket Launcher – A fun outdoor activity for kiddos. My cousin brought this to a family gathering once and it kept the kids entertained for hours.

12. Silky Crayons – A good item to add to an arts & crafts box.

13. Scavenger Hunt Game – Do a lot of road trippin’? This scavenger hunt looks fun to keep the kids entertained on the long drives.

14. Headphones – I think I’ll be ordering these for upcoming travel; seems like they would pack easier and stay on kids’ ears longer.

15. Scooter – More fun for outside.

16. Balance Bike – Another option, maybe one of each and share with multiple kids?

17. Terrarium – My daughter received this as a gift and I’m excited to do it with her this summer. We’ve also gifted this to friends and they’ve loved it.

18. Walkie Talkies – I remember having walkie talkies as a kid and boy, was that fun.

Hoppy Shopping!


  1. Such a good round-up. I like that you have both fun items and particular items. This year my kids are getting some cute wooden play food because they have been really into cooking with their dad lately.

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