Best Easter Gifts and Toys For Kids

From books to jewelry to stuffed animals, we've pulled the rabbit out of the proverbial gift hat.

by Donna Freydkin
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Yes, of course you can go the stuffed animal route when you’re getting Easter gifts for the kids. And of course you can load up on chocolate but carrots would be preferable for your little sugar fiend. Instead, get them a colorful gift that screams spring. They’re full of Easter flavor. They’re affordable. And they’ll appeal to even the most discerning children.

And of course, this Easter gift set also includes two buildable Easter eggs and flowers, plus a collector’s baseplate. Happy building!

If you can barely keep a synthetic plant alive, or just want to teach your kids about taking care of greenery, invest in their oh-so pretty plant, which has a self-watering system eliminates the need to worry about leaving your plants unattended. Fill the globe (in this case, a bird) with water and insert it into the soil. Voila!

Who can forget your first piece of keepsake jewelry? It’s one reason we love Alex Woo. Her pieces are so finely-crafted, yet durable and ideal for kids, who don’t exactly treat their stuff with major TLC.

This brilliantly colorful nightlight has a wireless remote control, which can turn it on or off, and change the hue on display. And you can pre-set the shutoff time. Bonus: It’s not breakable!

You can wipe this book clean, which is a good thing, because kids will be all over this Easter gift. That’s thanks to its sweet storyline and textured pages.

The eyes and mouth are stitched on, so there’s no chance of your intrepid baby or toddler biting off or swallowing an errant button.

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