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Easter Fill-Up: Gifts For Your Kids On Easter

other than the usual chocolate bunny

Easter is around the corner, and it’s going to look pretty, pretty different this year. Everyone will be staying home, so there’s really no point in the typical “Easter outfit” and having a meal with extended family and friends is out of the question.

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate around the house! If you celebrate Easter, you’re probably still gearing up to fill a fun, little basket of goodies for your kids or set up an Easter egg hunt for them. (No way a virus is going to stop that.)

But do you sometimes get stuck on what to include in their basket besides Reese’s eggs and chocolate bunnies?

We have some ideas for you! Some of these are great to fill the basket; others will fit perfectly within an egg. Get creative!

Religious:

  1. Devotional Books
  2. Child’s Bible
  3. Jewelry – Cross Necklace, Bracelet or Ring
  4. Scripture Bookmark
  5. Prayer Book
  6. Journal
  7. Veggie Tales Movies or Shows

Non-Religious:

  1. Fun Socks
  2. Stickers
  3. Legos
  4. Nail Polish
  5. Key Chains
  6. Rubber Ducks
  7. Gift Cards
  8. Bouncy Balls
  9. Lollipops
  10. Costume Jewelry
  11. Hot Wheels or Toy Cars

What are you putting in your kid’s Easter basket this year? Tell us at editorial@dfwchild.com.

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