Easter is such a fun time of the year. It is one of my kids’ favorite holidays (next to Christmas and Halloween). I love putting together fun Easter baskets customized to each of my kids and giving gifts to my friends and loved ones. This Easter gift guide is packed with fun things for everyone on your list. We have toys, art, Fine art, games, and so much more. We wanted to put together an Easter Gift Guide for all ages and I think it is great! Let us know what you think below.
Easter Gift Guide
From work e-mails and school projects to your IG feed and Wordle, how much time do you spend glued to a screen? Give your devices and your brain a break and recharge your mental batteries with the help of the Buddha Board!
The Buddha Board is a screen-free way to help you practice being in the moment. There are no rules. No requirements. Simply fill your brush with water and paint away. Once you relax into the process you’ll feel your worries slipping away and disappearing, just like the water on your tablet
Learn more here: https://buddhaboard.com
Easy and Fun Paint Magic with Water Books
Just add water and it’s like magic! A fun (and mess-free!) painting activity book for kids ages 3-6. Using the provided paintbrush, simply wet with water and watch the colors magically appear on each black-and-white illustration as it comes to life! With a stiff cardboard backing to prevent unwanted leaks, parents can rest assured while their children paint and have a blast using water to create stunning works of animal art! Each page within this kid’s painting book comes with perforated edges so finished artwork can be easily removed and put on display.
Zak Designs Mighty Tot Tumblers
Eliminate splashes and mess with a Mighty Tot straw tumbler that won’t spill!
The bottom of the tumbler has a silicone piece that creates suction when it is set on a flat surface, preventing it from tipping over while still allowing it to be lifted up. That means you can keep water easily accessible through the straw lid, without worrying about spills. It’s the perfect drinkware for busy households and kids too old for sippy cups. The tumbler has a capacity of 10 ounces and is made of durable, BPA-free plastic. it is dishwasher safe and should not be microwaved.
Symphony of Praise by Yongsung Kim is inspired by Steve Green’s Symphony of praise. The painting features Christ as the composer and conductor of a glorious universe surrounded by the bounty of all God’s love, including whales, dolphins, lush forests, mountains, planets, and more.
See all the paintings here: https://havenlight.com
Go PoP! Presto Game
With this fun, fast-paced game players race to pop the bubbles. To get started, players complete the challenges on the presto cards. If you’re the first to tap “Bubblo,” you win the round. It’s that easy… and fun! Players with quick reflexes, excellent eye-hand coordination, and a good sense of observation will prevail in this fun party game for the whole family. Just like Go PoP!, Go PoP! Presto can help reduce stress and anxiety, build fine motor skills, and is a great example of intergenerational play!
Get the game here: https://amzn.to/3t3hFvE
Craft-tastic Unicorn String Art Kit from PlayMonster
Kids think unicorns are legendary! And now they can make—and display—some magic with these unique unicorn and heart string art canvases. They can use our patterns or create their own design! Just push pins into the foam canvases and string away, no hammer or nails needed.
• Craft kit makes 2 string art canvases: a unicorn and a heart
• Glitter paper and yarn make this craft kit more dimensional and interesting than conventional string art projects
• Kids just push the pins right into the pre-patterned foam bases and string away!
• Kit includes two 8.5 in (21.6 cm) foam canvases, 4 pcs cardstock, 36 yds (32.9 m) cotton thread, 3yrds (2.7 m) polyester thread, 6.6 yds (6 m) acrylic yarn, 100 pins, I pc acrylic felt, 1 pc paper, instructions
Get the string art kit here: https://amzn.to/3Ly2roz
ReBotz: Scootz – The Cranky Crawling Robot
Robots ahoy! This crawling robot is cobbled together from two halves of an old pirate ship’s wheel, and scoots along the floor on a repurposed iron and snow ski.
- + Fast and easy to build
- + Demonstrates cranks, cams, and motors in action
- + Powered by an electric motor
- + Combine the parts from different ReBotz kits to build your own creations.
Get ReBotz Scootz here: https://amzn.to/3IXYAQ7
Magformers Stick-O Fishing 26Pc Set
The Stick-O Fishing 26 Piece Building Set Is Great For Toddlers To Explore Tactile Learning And Hands On Magnetic Play. Each Stick-O Piece Uses Magnets That Rotate So Your Creations Always Stick Together, Making For A Frustration Free Play Experience.
The Stick-O Fishing Set 26 Piece Set Lets You Build And Catch Fish, Squid And More! Create With 4 Short Sticks, 1 Long Stick, 1 Curve Stick, 1 Oval, 2 Cones, 4 Character Spheres, 2 Discs, 1 Oval Disc, 1 Pot, 1 Cone, 1 Rod, 2 Tails, 2 Fins, 2 Scales, 1 Sun.
Stick-O Is Fun And Safe And Teach Toddlers Basic STEM Education (Science, Technology, Engineering And Math) Principles.
All Stick-O Sets Are Compatible With Each Other. From The Makers Or Magformers. Ages 18M+
Get the Stick-O Fishing set here: https://magformers.com/collections/stick-o/products/stick-o-fishing-26pc-set
Tamagotchi Pix and Star Wars™ R2-D2™ Tamagotchi
Tamagotchi Pix features a built-in camera for the FIRST TIME, which allows you to do more than nurture your virtual pet. You can now also create with your character and personalize your Tamagotchi experience. How you raise your Tamagotchi character affects gameplay by dictating their future profession in Tamagotchi Planet.
The Star Wars™ R2-D2™ – Tamagotchi brings one of Star Wars’ most iconic characters to the palm of your hand. You can train R2-D2 to master 19 skills, take care of him by keeping him charged and clean, and play 2 exciting mini-games with 7 more to unlock!
2022 Easter Gift Guide
There are so many great gift ideas. I hope this inspires you and gets you started! Which ones are your favorites? Leave a comment and let me know. Have you tried any of these before? What did you think?