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I am so happy that Easter is finally upon us!! That means Spring is finally, truly here, and lots of outdoor time and sunshiny days are just ’round the corner. Wa-hoo!
While the religious significance of Easter is the reason we celebrate the day, I love all the fun of bunnies, eggs
Easter gifts needn’t be anything large or significant; I think of them more as a gesture to let my kiddos know I’ve been thinking about them and want to give them a special Spring treat. This simplified view takes a lot of pressure off, but still, the question remains: what are Easter gifts my elementary kids will love?
Easter Gifts Elementary Kids Will Love
Hunt, hatch, collect and play! Water-activated, color-changing Mermals (half-Hatchimal, half mermaid) and the adorable Bunwees, pastel-colored cuties complete with a bunny-ear hat accessory, add excitement this Easter. Winged unicorns or llamas in amazing new finishes such as sugar glitter and rose gold, swirl or crystal are picture perfect for the season.
- Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Spring Basket
- Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Mermal Magic
- Hatchimals CollEGGtibles Just Hatched 2-Pack
- Twisty Petz Series 2
FOR THE DRAGON FAN
Bunnies will be sharing centre stage this Easter because dragons are having a moment. Hot from the Bakugan Battle Planet series and straight from The Hidden World of Dragons, these dragons are the ultimate hunt-worthy items.
- Bakugan Starter Pack
- DreamWorks Baby 3” Plush Dragon Eggs
- DreamWorks Mystery Dragons Collectibles 2pk
FOR THE PAW PATROL FANS
An Ultimate Easter calls for an Ultimate Rescue Construction Truck! This fully equipped dump truck has all the action-packed features kids need to create their own PAW Patrol Ultimate Rescue missions (figure included) – an Easter egg avalanche perhaps?
Heart-warming, sweet, soft and full of personality, these amazing plush tell stories and dance to sound and music, play peek a boo and more.
After the hunt, gather the family for engaging and entertaining games and challenges.
Enjoy the R&R of the long weekend with some arts and crafts activities.
I love all of these ideas for Easter gifts and know my kids would too! Now the only problem is trying to sort which ones to get! Happy Easter to you and yours and happy Easter gifting to those on your list!
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