What do Easter gifts look like in your house? Big and splashy? Small and simple? We tend to go both ways. One year there are a trampoline in our backyard from the bunny, one year a bike. But we try really hard to not go to big and flashy.
2020 Top Easter Gifts Ideas
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Gifts from the Dollar Store
I’ll be transparent: I go to the dollar store first. That is where I start shopping for Easter gifts for my kids. Its the price range I love. Plus, I’m not too worried what XYZ get chewed by the dog, or when the wind blows it into a field two miles away.
Bubble wands – these disappear throughout the summer, all summer
Pool toys – balls, dive sticks, loungers – these blow away, or we take them to the public pool and sometimes forget them
Easter baskets – they get broken and throw out within a day so I’m not wasting money on them
Plastic egg fillers – I only get them from the dollar store, small fun things
Gardening tools – Time to start thinking about digging in the yard
Gifts from Other Stores (ie: Amazon)
Amazon is my go to “place” to shop from now that my kids are older and notice what I am putting in the shopping cart now. Delivered to the door in a box that I can stash away. Here are some ideas for kids Easter gifts I’ll be buying this year:
Sports Equipment – a soccer ball, a baseball bat, etc.
Bubbles – I just don’t care for them from the dollar store, plus they are still really cheap from somewhere like Walmart
New Outfit – I always get my kids one spring/summer outfit
Chocolate! – Need I say more? We don’t give a lot but you need chocolate for Easter
Seeds – Kids love to watch things grow, maybe some fast growing peas/beans, something that they can eat too
Subscription Based Gifts
Bramble Box – let their imagination take them away
Green Kid Crafts – learn something new, like about space!
Little Passports – explore the USA or the World