15 Easter Basket Ideas for Kids of All Ages

From toddlers to tweens, we have an Easter basket idea for kids of all ages.

Photo By: Jennifer M. Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer M. Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer M. Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer M. Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Perkins

Photo By: Jennifer Perkins

Photo By: Jennifer Perkins

Photo By: Jennifer M. Ramos

Photo By: Jennifer Perkins

Baskets for Baby

Babies can't partake in egg hunts, but you can still give them a basket they'll love. Fill a fabric basket with baby food in their favorite flavor and bath and teething toys. For a fun activity on Easter day, add food coloring to vanilla pudding to make edible finger paint.

Baskets for Toddlers

Toddlers are a fun age on Easter because of all the gift options out there. Skip the candy, and fill baskets with bubbles, small games, sippy cups and chalk. Include their favorite items like nail polish, toy cars, and complete with a board book.

Baskets for Preschoolers

Allow your preschooler to express their creativity, and fill their baskets with Easter-themed masks they can color. Take the sippy cup to the next level with silly straws in bright colors, and fill eggs with small toys like stamps, wind-up toys and bubble rings.

Pre-School Construction Worker

Know a pre-schooler dead set on a career as a construction worker? Send them down that career path with all things Tonka.

Kindergarten Kitten Lover

If you aren't ready to adopt a family kitten but want to give your kitten-obsessed kindergartener what they want, fill a basket full of kitten-themed crafts, puzzles and toys.

Baskets for First Graders

Keep your first graders busy on Easter with an activity-filled basket. Choose a color scheme like neon, and fill with sidewalk chalk, paint, bubble wands, clay, stickers and stamps. To help them express their individuality, include hair extensions, temporary tattoos, nail polish and shoelaces.

First Grade Fairy

Fairies are welcome in this themed Easter basket. Include wings so your little one can be a fairy, and include small butterflies and other supplies to make a DIY fairy garden.

Second Grade Swimmer

Summer is never far behind Easter — plan ahead with this Easter basket any swimmer would dream of. Fill with the essentials and ocean-themed crafts to keep kids busy until the water warms up.

Third Grade Tinker Basket

The Easter bunny knows the importance of S.T.E.A.M. Fill your favorite third grader's basket with a few tinker-worthy treats like 3-D pens, magnets, puzzles and more.

Fourth Grade Fashionista

Fourth grade is when kids really start showing their own individual styles. The Easter bunny can encourage this creative expression with a basket full of DIY wardrobe ideas.

Fifth Grade and Flamingos

Get your kid ready for summer with all things flamingo. Fill a pink basket full of flamingo-themed summer fun like floats, pink flip-flops, and of course, a cup to sip in style.

Baskets for Tweens

A basket for a tween can be difficult since they've likely outgrown the Easter tradition. Give them a basket they would love to display in their room, and fill it with novelty gifts like bacon tape, a framed image of cats and patterned skateboards. Add headphones and makeup or grooming tools, so they'll be the envy of all their friends.

Middle School Mani

Nail polish fits perfectly inside a plastic Easter egg. Fill each egg with a different color polish, and include other manicure essentials.

Junior High - Stylish Beauty Products

Give your junior high kid simple beauty products and include stylish makeup bags they can take to their next sleepover. Finish the basket with age-appropriate accessories that fit with the metallic theme.

High School Senior in Socks

Does one ever outgrow fun socks? Fill a basket and jumbo Easter eggs with socks featuring their favorite things.

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