We pulled together a must-see list of ideas for fun Easter basket suffers that your kids will love playing with for a long time. This is the perfect list for families who are looking for fun and creative Easter gifts for their kids, without wasting money on fillers that will be forgotten about in five minutes. Check out our Easter basket stuffers for 2018.
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Easter Basket Stuffers for Babies
Haba Musical Eggs: These are a more musical version of egg shakers. Each egg makes a different sound when baby picks them up and shakes them, and their shape makes it easy for baby to hold them. Find them here.
Sleepy Bunny Cloth Bedtime Book: This is a sweet bedtime book that follows the routine of the bunny getting ready for bed, and ends with tucking a soft stuffed bunny into bed. This is one of those books you’ll keep forever. Find it here.
Peter Rabbit Jack-in-the-Box: I love this Peter Rabbit edition of an old favorite. If your baby doesn’t already have one, you should definitely grab this version. Both of our girls loved their jack in the box, and would want to make him pop up over and over again. Find it here.
Gerber Puffs: Babies are obviously too little for candy and jelly beans, but you can still fill some plastic eggs with these puffs or cheerios if your little is old enough for finger foods. Find them here.
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Easter Basket Stuffers for Toddlers
Llama Llama Easter Egg board book: This is one of those books that toddlers will want to hear over and over. With rhymes are simple and charming and kids will enjoying seeing their favorite llama celebrating Easter. Find it here.
Little People Animal Set: If you have any of the Little People, then you probably already know how much toddlers are drawn to them. This animals set would be a fun addition to a child’s Easter basket, and would make good egg fillers. Find them here.
Bunny Stacking Toy: There’s no right or wrong way stack this bunny, and toddlers will enjoy stacking it in different ways to build the bunny. Plus, it’s really a lovely toy to look at with it’s multi-colored and patterned pieces. Find it here.
Lacing Sheep: Little fingers will find this lacing sheep is the perfect challenge for them before they go on to bigger lacing activities that require better fine motor skills. The rings come off, and the child must match the rings to the right colors on the sheep to rebuild it. Find it here.
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Easter Basket Stuffers for Preschoolers
Kids First Card Set with Card Holders: All of the card games in this set are classics. What really makes this a stand-out gift is the cardholders. I know my kids (still!) get frustrated trying to hold onto a set of cards. These hands-free card holders help keep the game about fun and not about keeping cards in your hands. Find it here.
Bunny Board Game: This is a fun game for kids, but it also helps develop fine motor skills. The bunny squeezer is like a set of tweezers which requires squeezing to keep hold of any item. Find it here.
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- Carrot Treat Bags: Fill these with goldfish or cheddar bunnies as a fun treat for your preschooler. Find them here.
- Tiny Dinosaur Toys: Use these as egg fillers for your dino-loving kid. Find them here.
- Tea Set With Carrying Case: This sweet tea set is usable for real food, but the kids will still love using it for pretend tea parties with their favorite friends. Find it here.
- Egg-Shaped Sidewalk Chalk: I guarantee the kids will be outside creating sidewalk art before the end of the day if these sidewalk chalk eggs are in their baskets. Find them here.
- Bunny Peek-A-Boo Game: Award winning puzzle game from SmartGames that parents and kids love. Find it here.
Easter Basket Stuffers for Kids
Minecraft Bath Bombs: I had to share these bath bombs because they are just too fun. You can probably find other themed toys to suit your child’s interest. Inside each bath bomb is a surprise Minecraft minifigure. My nine year old loved hers and was begging to take a bath (a big change!). Find them here.
Ty Beanie Boo Bunny: The cuteness of these Beanie Boos is almost overwhelming, isn’t it? They are a favorite around here, and have piles of these colorful big-eyed animals that my kids just can’t seem to get enough of. Find it here.
Fidget Cube: Even if you don’t have a “fidgeter”, your kid will probably still love these fidget cubes. Each side has a different knob, button, etc. to flick, press, and generally keep those hands occupied. I have really found them to be great for car rides. If the kids have something in their hands, they’re more likely to keep their hands to themselves! Find them here.
Reversible Sequin Slap Bracelets: Reversible sequin is so fun to look at, but even more exiting to play with. If you’ve ever felt it you know how enticing it is to smooth the sequins one way and then the other. So, I had to include these slap bracelets which are the perfect size for Easter basket stuffers. Find them here.
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- Calendar Mysteries Easter Book: This mystery book series is a favorite of elementary kids. Find it here.
- Easy-to-Fly Kite: Flying kites is fun. Struggling to fly a kite is not fun. Let your kids have fun and grab this easy to fly kite. Find it here.
- Flying Disc: You’ll need a big space for these flyers. Not only will you get the kids outside for a bit, but they’ll get tons of exercise chasing down their flying discs. Find them here.
- Minecraft Sheep Softie
Easter Basket Stuffers for Tweens
Easter Squishies: The squishies are the new big thing. Can you see why? Obviously, they adorable, but they’re also good for stress-relief. When you push them down, all of the air goes out then they slowly reform their shape. Find them here.
Boo Wearing Bunny Outfit: Tweens who are starting to find their way to social media (or have other friends who do) will likely recognize the curte “Boo” dog and will be thrilled to find a Boo dressed as a bunny in their basket. Find it here.
Bit Coding Robot: If you have any tech-loving kids, this toy is a must. They can personalize the robot with stickers, and use special color-coded markers to create codes for the bot to follow. Find it here.
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- Pocket Bunny Perfume Stick
- Smartphone Lens Kit
- Favorite Sports Team Gear
- Bunny Headband
- Animal Crew Socks for Girls
- Inspiring Journal
Check out our other Easter ideas:
Now that you have your Easter basket stuffers taken care of, click the links below to see our other Easter ideas for kids:
- Make these Bunny Hug Cookies for fun Easter treats
- Start a fun Easter tradition with your family
- Have fun making some bunny crafts together
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