Because are your kids like mine and needing some cheer? Mine are missing friends and my oldest is missing her senior year and probably graduation.
Also, if we are all staying inside and you want to order online, it’s going to take a while for shipping. So order soon!
22 Playful Easter Basket Stuffers for Kids 2020
Hide and Squeak Eggs
Crack open these squeaking eggs.
PAW Patrol Rocky’s Recycling Truck
Lift the truck’s arms to help move objects and push the button to activate real lights and sounds – the translucent accents light up as it makes exciting sound effects!
Easter Popper (Hog Wild)
The flying chick popper is designed to shoot Easter-themed poppers up to 20 feet!
Taro Gomi’s Funny Fish Go Fish Card Game
If you love his books, then you’ll enjoy the unique artwork of this kid-favorite card game.
Isn’t this pastel turquoise plush adorable? Accented by sparkling iridescent rainbow hooves, twisted horn, and fluffy tail.
These collectible play figures inside pods filled with playfoam will make for fun Easter basket stuffers.
Hoppy Floppy’s Happy Hunt
Help Hoppy Floppy find the missing carrots in this Easter preschool game.
Mad Libs Easter
Add this 21 original fill-in-the-blank stories all about celebrating Easter to your baskets.
The Easter Egg by Jan Brett
Hoppi is excited to decorate his first ever Easter egg. He searches for an amazing idea but isn’t sure what to do. Unexpectedly, a blue robin’s egg falls out of its nest. Hoppi takes care of it until the bird hatches. The Easter Bunny loves Hoppi’s kindness and decides the empty blue shell to be the best Easter egg of the year. Gorgeous illustrations!
Dragamonz Starter Pack
Smash the eggs open to reveal your Dragamonz! Half dragon, half animal, all the fun – each Dragamonz has its own rarity, personality and powers to equip them in battle.
LEGO BrickHeadz Easter Bunny
Build a large-sized Easter bunny!
Marbled Unicorn Galaxy Slime
Colorful, soft, slimy and squishy for comfortable sculpting.
Have fun, practice addition, use strategies!! The goal is to get your four cards to add up to the lowest score. When you think you have the lowest score, say “rat-a-tat-cat” and everyone must show their cards and add up their scores. Somehow my youngest daughter ALWAYS wins this game. Is this why she loves it so much? It’s really fun and only takes around 10 minutes to play one game.
Unicorns Vs. Llamas Monopoly
Play on teams either unicorn or llama, mark territories with rainbow or candy cardboard title markers. Instead of buying properties, teams claim titles for their fuzzy friends such as most huggable or cutest babies.
Pip Bartlett’s Guide to Magical Creatures by Jackson Pearce and Maggie Stiefvater
If you like mythical creatures, independent thinkers, and mysteries, you’ll love this first book in the Pip Bartlett series as much as me. Pip’s world is just like ours except for one significant difference — magical creatures exist and often are pets!
Tabby Cat Unicorn
These Squishmallows are the SOFTEST plush toys ever. I’m getting this purple cat unicorn with rainbow tummy and ears for my kids.
Soft, soft, soft — this is a cuddly triceratops that will be a welcome stuffer to a child’s Easter basket.
We laugh so much during this game as we totally butcher words, trying to figure them out. My daughter has started writing down the funny words we invent on accident. To win a card, you have to read the word in one of the colored circles correctly. The player with the most cards wins. Such a blast! SEE MY REVIEW HERE.
Mighty Jack by Ben Hatke
My 11-year old and I devoured this book– now a series. While Jack’s single mom works, Jack takes care of his little sister, Maddy. And like the other Jack, this Jack, at the prompting of his sister who doesn’t talk, also trades the family’s one valuable thing, his mom’s car, for seeds. It all goes downhill from there: The seeds turn in to a freaky, monster-growing garden which attacks; their neighbor friend secretly steals some 0f the seeds; a dragon appears with a dire warning; and, Maddy is kidnapped by one of the monsters! Action, adventure, intrigue…
Wings of Fire by Tui T. Sutherland (series)
These dragonets might just be the long-awaited dragonets of the prophecy that will end the dragon wars for good. Or they might not. One thing’s for sure: when the dragonets are captured, things don’t look good.
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