Looking for some fun ideas to fill up your toddlers Easter basket?! Today we are sharing lots of fun and practical ideas that won’t break the bank!
Easter Basket Ideas For Toddlers
Anyone else getting excited for Easter?!?! This is my first year making Easter baskets for my twin toddler girls. I was so excited to put them together, I have had them done for weeks! hahaaha SO excited to finally be sharing them! In the past I have made Easter baskets for nieces and nephews, but it was so fun making some for my girls. Not going to lie…it’s so hard not to go overboard on this kinda stuff! I tried to fill the basket with things they would really use and a few items they needed. All my ideas for Easter baskets for toddlers are toys or things my kids already have and love! Hope you all love them too!
Who doesn’t love a new stuffed animal?!?! There are lots of great ones out there! My girls are HUGE fans of Jellycat stuffed animals! They have the coziest, softest stuffed animals in lots of sizes, plus super cute ones perfect for Easter! Their bunnies are Scouts favorite. She sleeps with one every night, and Davey sleeps with a dog Jellycat. My favorite sizes are the small (perfect for little hands) and medium (great for snuggles). Cuddle + Kind also has really cute knit dolls. They are little more pricey, but a percentage of the dolls proceeds go to helping feeding children in need.
Nothing better than adding some books to the collection! My girls LOVE these “Where’s The….” books. We have a few of these books and they are always a hit! There is soft felt flaps that are hiding things in the book to find. At the end of the book under the flap is a mirror. My girls favorite pages! For their Easter baskets I got Where’s The Duck? and Where’s The Kangaroo? Here is a list of my girls other favorite books!
Does your child have a favorite snack?! Include that in the basket as a fun treat for them! My girls LOOOVE HappyBaby puffs, so I made sure to include those! Its nice to because its a little bit bigger of an item so it takes up some good space in the basket which helps to fill it up. A box of fruit snacks, granola bars, etc will do the trick too!
Socks, hair clips, hair ties, bracelet, backpack, purse, etc. I went with hair clips for my girls since their hair is getting a little longer and thicker to start being able to do some fun things with their hair. Here are the flower clips shown in the pictures.
I don’t know about you, but my kids are always in need of some new clothing! Growing so fast! Adding some pjs, new shoes, swim suit, hat, sunglasses or something they could use coming up is always a great idea!
Coloring books, colored pencils, stickers, bubbles, bubble machine/wand, games, puzzle, chalk, kentic sand, bath toys, PlayDoh, magnets, blocks, finger puppets, garden tools, etc. Lots of fun options! Add a few items to their basket that they can spend some time on and have fun learning too.
Meal Time Supplies
New bibs, plates, utensils, sippy cups, etc. Try and incorporate things you are needing and add them into the basket!
Toddlers get so excited about music and toys that make sounds! Add in a maraca, whistle, tambourine, egg shakers, mini drum, rainstick, etc. Here are a few of my kids favorite instruments we have below. They are all from Djeco which is one of our favorite toy brands! The wood toys in their Easter baskets are from there.
Thank you so much for stopping by today for Easter basket ideas for toddlers! Do you have anything you loved in your Easter basket growing up? Or that you like to do for your fam? I would love to hear all about it in the comments below! Hope you have a wonderful day!
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KarliJanuary 28, 2023
Where did you get the baskets?
BrookeFebruary 27, 2023
I found it at Crate & Barrel!