5 Easter Basket Ideas

As we enter into the month of April, Easter is now on the horizon! Now is the time when most families start to plan their Easter festivities, and we want to help the process. Below you will find several items that would fit perfectly into your children’s Easter baskets! 

1. Easter Eggs!

This one may seem obvious, but is still crucial to a successful Easter basket. Grab a pack of Easter eggs from the store and fill them with your child’s favorite candy or small gadgets. Help them open these eggs over the course of Easter Sunday and watch their eyes light up with each egg they open. 

2. Sidewalk Chalk!

Easter often entails nice, warmer weather and sunnier days, entailing the perfect time for outdoor art! Get a box of colorful chalk for your kids to color outside and express themselves through sidewalk art. It’s the perfect time of year, as the rain will wash it all away for a clean canvas!

3. Stuffed Animals

All kids love stuffed animals, and now is the perfect time to grab a stuffed bunny for your child to obsess over. Buy a small plush animal for the basket, preferably one that can be washed and endure tough situations. 

4. Tuck-ins!

Inside-Out S’mores are becoming a staple for many families across the country. Everything you love about a s'more is all tucked into one fluffy marshmallow, guaranteeing no-prep and less mess! The s’mores also come with a safety extender piece to ensure safe roasting for the entire family! Get yours today on our website and browse your options!

5. Seed Packets

This one may seem a little odd, but guarantees ample bonding time within the family! Grab a pack of seeds from your favorite flower, fruit, or vegetable and start a miniature garden with your children. This is a great learning experiment and an even better opportunity for them to take care of something and watch the garden blossom and grow! 

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By Anna Bilsky

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