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Easter is coming up before we know it, meaning that it’s time to start thinking about what to put in your children’s Easter baskets.
From candy to toys and everything in between, here are some gift ideas for boys and girls of every age group. The best part? All of the gifts are under $20.
Newborn-3 years old:
Baby’s First Easter Onesie:
Available for both boys and girls, this onesie is guaranteed to make your newborn top the best dressed list.
Baby Easter Outfit, $17.99
Baby’s First Bible Stories:
Teach your young children all about Easter in a way they’ll understand.
Baby’s First Bible Stories, $6.99
Matching Shapes Easter Eggs:
Keep your children in the holiday spirit while promoting their hand-eye coordination with these Easter egg shapes for them to match.
6-Piece Easter Egg Baby Toys, $3.69
Baby Gardening Toys:
With spring right around the corner, your child will love learning how to garden with these adorable green-thumb toys.
Green Toys Watering Can, $16.99
4-8 years old:
Have your toddler decorate the driveway with this seasonal egg-shaped chalk.
Crayola Egg Seasonal Chalk, $6.63
Easter-Themed Silly Putty:
Give your children the classic gift of Silly Putty in a special Easter-themed basket.
Silly Putting Eggs-Travaganza, $13.50
Coloring Plush Toy Characters:
Have your children use washable markers and they can color these adorable characters again and again.
Coloring Characters, $8.00
Play-Doh Easter Eggs:
Give your children a toy of your childhood that fits the theme of the holiday.Play-Doh Spring Eggs, $11.75
9-13 years old:
As your tweens get introduced to more technology, these chargers will be a helpful tool for them to carry anywhere. They come in a variety of colors.Portable Charger, $6.10
These fun pillows come in all of your children’s favorite emojis. Cue the heart-eyes.
Emoji Plush Pillows, $12.99
Ultimate Art Set:
Spark your child’s artistic interest with this 154-piece art set. It comes with everything they’ll need, and it’s tri-fold ability makes it portable.
Art 101 Kids 154-Piece Art Set, $19.99
Ticket Stub Diary:
The adventures in your child’s life are just beginning. Give them the chance to document their journey of sporting events, concerts and more with this ticket stub diary.
Ticket Stub Diary, $12
14-18 years old:
Adult Coloring Books:
These coloring books are the perfect gift to your high schooler through the transition from childhood to being an adult. For more suggestions on pop culture coloring books that your teenager will love, click here.
Adult Coloring Book, $8.85
Teen’s First Cookbook:
For those teenagers who want to learn how to cook what they like to eat, at a beginner’s level.
Teens Cook: How to Cook What You Want to Eat, $12.04
Candy in Bulk:
For those teens out there with a sweet tooth, purchasing their favorite candy in bulk on sites such as Amazon is a way to get more candy for your buck.
5-Pound Haribo Gummi Candy Bag, $13.92
Game of Phones:
Give your teen another excuse to be on their phone while also having fun family time with this phone game that’s a mix of a scavenger hunt and truth or dare.
Game of Phones, $20