I L-O-V-E Easter.
Like, mad love for everything about the day: the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection, the promise of sunnier days just around the corner, and of course—chocolate bunnies.
One of my favorite parts about celebrating this holiday as a mom is putting together creative Easter baskets for my kiddos. And while I have no beef with traditional Easter candy, I usually try to steer clear of packing my kids’ baskets with too much sugar.
Here are some of my favorite picks for non-candy Easter basket goodies, for the tiniest of babes all the way up through your tweens who are still just kids at heart.
This teether is the perfect relief for little gums that are cutting teeth, and the design is so stinkin’ cute! This is such a great Easter basket goodie for the littlest ones in your life.
How fun are these! According to the family-owned Bee Lovely Botanicals, these naturally-colored honey soap bath crayons are as gentle as they are fun. Each package contains four, 1oz honey soap crayons in different colors AND scents!
There’s so much fun and learning to be had in growing a garden as a family. These Seeds of Adventure garden kits are the perfect starting place.
The “God Gave Us” series of books is so sweet, and this specific one is a great reminder of the reason behind the holiday!
Wooden Butterfly Magnet Crafts This sweet Melissa & Doug set is the perfect springtime craft, and it’s something practical that you can use to hang all of your kids’ other artwork on the fridge.
‘Tis the season for rainy days and splashing around in mud puddles! Cute rain boots are perfect for springtime play.
Little Blue Truck is a favorite for any time of year. This one goes perfectly with the spring theme of the day.
Bubble Umbrella This umbrella is perfect for rainy days at the soccer field or park, and it’ll look adorable in all of those pictures you’re always taking of your kids.
LOL Surprise DollsThese dolls are all the rage right now, and they’re the mini ones are the perfect size to fit in an Easter basket.
Magic Tree House BooksThis classic series is a hit with the slightly older kid crowd. This first set comes with books 1-4 and will get kids hooked for summer reading.
These balls are ideal for a good ol’ fashioned family game of kickball or four square. You better start stretching now.
These frisbee rings are easier to throw and catch than traditional frisbees, which means they’re great for kids of all ages.
Sequin JournalEvery girl needs a place to keep her thoughts and dreams organized in one place, and the reversible sequin cover on this journal is so much fun!
Older kids are getting ready go to through the stress of end-of-school finals. These bath bombs will help them relax in the midst of it all. Plus, the colors make a pretty addition to an Easter basket.
Chances are your kids have been insisting on wearing shorts already, so give ’em some sandals to go with.
These smaller curling irons are the perfect size for sleepovers or for teens to take on school events. Plus, the pink color is super cute!
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