Awww look at my sweet older two from two Easters ago!! I just love this pic!
Today I’m here to share a few ideas for Easter baskets for the littles! So many of y’all seem to love this post every year, so that makes the work that goes into it SO worth it!! Thank you for supporting my little blog by shopping my recommendations! 🙂 I love putting together things that I know help y’all out!!
Ok, onto the good stuff!! Here is a roundup of some things that I think would be fun little Easter basket happies! I tried to keep almost everything here Jesus-focused (#REASONFORTHESEASON), practical, or stimulating for young minds! Then of course, some of it is just straight fun! 🙂
You can click on any of the images below to be taken to the site where you can buy it!
Also, I got around to doing something I wanted to do last year and just never could find the time! I updated the design of the printable Easter story in 12 kid-friendly “bullet points” so to speak! (More on this in a sec.) Up until today, it’s only been available in bright colors, but now, there’s a slightly more muted terrazzo design right here! yay!
So what this printable is… It’s an 8.5″ x 11″ sheet with the Easter story simplified down into 12 main parts. The idea is to cut it up into 12 pieces, then put one story point in one of 12 eggs! When your kids open up their eggs on Easter morning, they have 12 parts of a story and y’all can put the story in order together! There are very muted numbers on each piece in case you get confused on the order of the story! 😉
I pray that this makes keeping the focus on Jesus fun for you and your kids!! We are so blessed to be saved by the blood of a selfless Savior who was willing to come walk the earth as a human so He can know what it’s like to be temped like we are temped and live life as a human. That’s something to CELEBRATE!! He is ALIVE!!!
Happy Easter season to each of you, and thank you again for visiting today!! You are LOVED!! As the Easter story so beautifully depicts! 🙂
“He himself bore our sins in his body on the tree, that we might die to sin and live to righteousness. By his wounds you have been healed.” 1 Peter 2:24