Have you started your Easter shopping yet? Apart from Easter eggs, there are many things that you can get for your kids. Here are some ideas that you can try out for your small babies, toddlers and even older children.

  • Pajamas – They use these on a regular basis. You can grab some warm ones that can keep them warm during the cold months. Alternatively, you can get them a dressing gown.
  • Personalized buckets – You can buy a customized gift for your young ones. A personalized Easter bucket will come in handy to put in all those Easter eggs that they will find.
  • Play dough – Your kids can play with this even after Easter is long gone.
  • Blackboard – You can get an Easter-themed blackboard for your young ones.
  • Story books – You can buy them some rabbit themed books. Check your local bookstores or even online stores. You can buy one or more copies. You can also buy books that talk about Easter.
  • Food treat – You can buy them a treat. Chocolate and candies are some of the most popular options.
  • Easter recipes – You can make them a nice meal or some Easter snacks. If you are not sure what to make, buy some recipe books that focus on making Easter foods. Your kids will love to try out new foods. You will even get bonus points if they can help you during the meal preparation.
  • Easter basket – When looking for Easter gift ideas for kids in 2018, think about putting together a customized gift basket. You can put various items into the basket. However, don't just buy any random items and throw them into the basket. Think about what your child will find useful.
  • DIY gifts – If you are a crafts person, use your skills to make something nice for your kids. Just make sure that it is something that they will enjoy using.
  • Slippers
  • A rabbit-themed doll or a small bunny that they will enjoy playing with. A teddy bear can also work. If you can get a rabbit that can sing, your young ones will enjoy it immensely.
  • An outfit or some nice warm winter clothes
  • Entertainment – Buy them some CDs or DVDs that they will enjoy listening to or watching. This way, they can have some fun on that day and afterwards.
  • A visit from some close – Family and friends can brighten up your child's day. They will enjoy spending time with their favorite aunties and uncles. Consider this as an experience gift. This is a good alternative to a physical gift.
  • Easter card – You can either buy this one or make it. Just make it fun and enjoyable for the kids.

Conclusion

There is no need to get stressed about what to get your kids this Easter. You can try any of the above gift ideas. Do not wait for the last minute scramble to buy gifts but start your search for a gift early. This will save you a lot of stress and a lot of hassle.

Published by Lucy Jones