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Kids Easter Basket Ideas

Kids Easter Basket Ideas

 Who would have thought we are spending the start of our second Spring in semi-lockdown? Well, we know that Easter is near and for many, we hope to keep the time special for the family. I wanted to share with you some easy items for your Easter Basket that you can order online and ship quickly or pick up on your next Target run. 


Make egg-filled treats extra special this year! Sugar Plum Chocolates has many options, but I recommend this six-pack of prefilled eggs with an assortment of candy. 

Mine came with: 

  • .85oz Mini Pretzels
  • 1.6oz Pastel Mello Creme Candies
  • 2oz Assorted Gummy Flowers (MY FAVORITE)
  • 3oz Pastel Egg Jelly Beans
  • 2 - Milk Chocolate-Covered Sandwich Cookies
  • 1 - Milk Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow

These also would make great hostess gifts if you are visiting others or little special treats for the office. 


To keep the theme going of pre-filled eggs (Hey, I love less work), JOYIN has these adorable pre-stuffed eggs with tiny little toys that the kiddos will enjoy. I got the pack with stuffed unicorns, as that is the latest love in our house. They also have games, musical instruments and other fun stuff like Slime! 


Whenever possible, I try to add a few items that will have long-term use and typically an educational purpose. So as my oldest is starting to recognize more and more words written, having some new sight words cards will be great, especially as Summer break will be here before we know it. Think Tank Scholar has so many card sets to choose from, we have Sight Words from Pre-k up to 3rd grade, plus some fun math sets that will good for her to practice. Plus the website is a great tool has free worksheets and game ideas. 


If you need some ideas that you can easily pick up on your next Target run, here are a few fan-favorites that the Easter Bunny, Birthday Fairy and Santa all seem to stock up on: 

(Head to my IG and find the Easter Basket Highlight to see a video of me loading a basket)

Holiday-themed socks & headbands (Find at Target Dollars Spot)

Pez Candy


 Tiny $1-$3 activities they can do in the car, like etch-a-sketch or a calculator 

 Favorite snacks (Fruit Chewiest, Granola Bars, Popcorn)

New bowls, plates & cups (I love this line from Target)


New toothbrush & toothpaste
Order Online - $3.99

Tiny $3-$5 craft sets (Target's Dollar Spot always has a few, I stock up for the year) 
Order Online - $2.99


Disclaimer: I was gifted a few items in this in exchange of my post, but these are my honest opinions and I only share the items that are worth trying!  

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