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101+ Easter Basket Filler Ideas (Free Printable Lists!)


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I’ve put together four different lists of Easter Basket Filler Ideas to help you create epic Easter baskets no matter how old your kids are. From toddlers through teens, I have dozens of suggestions for each age group.

four different printable lists of easter ideas for different age groups on a light blue background with title text reading 101+ Easter Basket Fillers

Easter is less than a month away which means moms everywhere are searching for Easter ideas to make this year’s celebration as good as, or better, than last year’s. So, in that spirit, I’m going to up my game from last year when I shared my list of Non-Candy Easter Basket Fillers and this year I’m going to make it a printable shopping list.

Easter Basket Filler Ideas

I’ve broken all the lists down by age groups to make it easier to find age-appropriate items. I have a tween teen list for those of you who, like me, have older kids but also younger children who still believe in the Easter bunny.

four different printable lists of easter ideas for different age groups on a pink background with title text reading 101+ Non-Candy Easter Basket Fillers

Filling the baskets this year is going to be a ton of fun once you’re armed with all of these Easter basket ideas!

Easter Basket Fillers for Toddlers

Books
Coloring Books
Crayons
Bubbles
Bubble Bath
Toy Cars, Planes, or Trains
Stuffed Animal
Fun Print Bandages
Musical Instrument (e.g. maracas, bells)
Bath Toys
Stacking Cups
Toy Blocks
Small Pre-Filled Photo Album
Refrigerator Magnets
Nightlight
Toothbrush
Kaleidoscope
Bath Tub Crayons
Dress Up Accessories
Glow Sticks
Monster Spray (add a little glitter to water in a spray bottle to make this potion that keeps monsters at bay so little ones can sleep safe and sound)

                    

Easter Basket Fillers for Preschoolers

Books
Coloring/Activity Books
Crayons
Sidewalk Chalk
Stickers
Punch Balloons
Play Doh
Bubbles
DVD’s
Bubble Bath
Piggy Paint (non-toxic nail polish)
Hair Accessories
Toy Cars, Planes, or Trains
Stuffed Animal
Action Figure or Doll
Paper or Magnetic Dolls
Dress-Up Jewelry or Accessories
Puzzle
Fun Print Bandages
Finger Puppets
Kaleidoscope
Silly Straw
Grow Capsules
Sunglasses
Moon Sand or Moon Dough
Silly Putty
Stampers or Stamps w/ Ink Pads
Small Craft Kit
Wind-Up Toys
Flashlight
Digital Wristwatch
Bicycle/Tricycle Accessories
Toothbrush
Glow Sticks

Easter Basket Fillers for Elementary School-Aged Kids

Books
Activity Books
Markers
Sidewalk Chalk
Stickers
Temporary Tattoos
Punch Balloons
Paddle Balls
Silly Putty
DVD’s
Paper Airplane Paper
Fortune Teller Paper
Hair Accessories
Action Figure or Doll
Small Lego Set
Coin Purse or Wallet
Crazy Socks
Crazy Shoelaces
Silly Straw
Card or Dice Games (e.g. Story Cubes)
Travel Games (e.g. Guess Who)
Flashlight
Yoyo
Magnifying Glass
Kite
Sunglasses
Gift Cards (Target, Wal-Mart, Toys R
Us)
Gift Certificate for Favorite Fast
Food or Ice Cream Shop
Squirt Guns
Homemade Coupons to get out of
chores or for extra privileges
Moon Sand or Moon Dough
Stampers or Stamps w/ Ink Pads
Bouncy Balls
Small Craft Kit
Wind-Up Toys
Silly String
Novelty Erasers
Mad Libs
Wristwatch
Bicycle Accessories
Toothbrush
Glow Sticks
Bookmark

School-aged kids might also get a kick out of these Easter snack crafts if you have a few craft supplies laying around you want to put to good use.

four different Easter snack craft ideas on fake grass

Easter Basket Fillers for Tweens and Teens

Books
Bookmark
Puzzle Books (Sudoku or Word Searches)
Gel Pens
CD’s
Gift Cards (iTunes, Bookstore, Claire’s, or GameStop)
Novelty USB Drive
Earbuds
Printed Duct Tape
Coin Purse or Wallet
Jewelry
Locker Decorations
Puzzle Games (e.g. Rubik’s Cube)
Slingshot
Boomerang
Nail Polish
Lip Gloss
Homemade Coupons to get out of chores or for extra privileges
Hacky Sack
Perfume or Cologne
Sample Sized Shampoo, Body Wash, and/or Hand Sanitizer
Cell Phone Case or Accessory

Printable Easter Basket Filler Ideas Lists

Make your Easter shopping easy and just print off the lists you need. Fill out the form below to get immediate access to these printable idea lists and all of my other printables in one place!

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More Easter Ideas

Now that you have your shopping lists ready, let’s get to work on decorating and organizing! I’ve partnered with some of my favorite bloggers to bring you some other Easter ideas to help you make this year the best Easter ever.

First, get your basket ready to fill with this Lilly Pulitzer Inspired Easter Basket Craft from Holly at Coconut Head Survival Guide.

Easter-Basket-Craft

Cynthia at Feeding Big shows you how to make these beautiful glitter eggs using ingredients from the Dollar Store. They make a wonderful table decoration!

Dollar-Tree-Glitter-Eggs on a tablecloth next to a bunny teapot

And Susan at Organized 31 shares her tips for Organizing for Easter.

a felt Easter basket with plastic eggs in it next to more eggs on the table with title text reading How to Organize for Easter

I hope these tips help you have the Best Easter Ever! Please share your other Easter ideas and tips in the comments.

20 thoughts on “101+ Easter Basket Filler Ideas (Free Printable Lists!)”

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  3. I desperately need the tween Easter basket ideas! Thanks for hooking up with us again at the Momma Told Me Link Party! We love when you stop by!

    ~Jen

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  4. It’s a lot of work to stay on top of all the good ideas out there. This is such a convenient list! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Idea Box link party. Hope to see you again next week!

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  5. I absolutely love these!
    I would love for you to share your ideas with our Thursday Link Up Party- Idea box:

    http://milaslittlethings.com/2015/03/idea-box-thursday-link-party.html

    xx
    Mila
    milaslittlethings.com
    milawayable@gmail.com

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  6. Those are some really good lists of ideas for Easter baskets. It brings back memories when my children were small. I actually made baskets for them after they were grown for a long time. Stopping by from Momma Told Me party.

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    • Hi Shirley, thanks for stopping by. One of my favorite gifts when I was first married was an Easter care package from a friend. It was completely unexpected and so thoughtful. I’m sure your kids appreciated theirs even after they were grown.

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  7. Thanks so much for sharing all of the Easter ideas! I have a link up going on that is live until midnight tonight (MST). I would love for you to come link up. ๐Ÿ™‚
    Lory
    www.therobinsnestdesigns.com

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    • Me too! I also love that I’m not tempted to swipe any of these things, unlike my attitude toward Easter candy. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  9. Thank you for sharing these ideas for each age group. Since I have kids in different age groups, this is rather helpful. I love the other ideas for decorating eggs too. Those glitter eggs are really nice.

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  10. Hi Corinne – I love all of these ideas! We do small baskets, and minimal candy, so I love all of the unique items you have thought of for the different ages. Thanks so much for sharing and also for sharing my craft! Hugs, Holly

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    • I’m glad you found these helpful. I was happy to share your craft–it’s beautiful! Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. Corinne, you’ve just made my Easter shopping so-ooo much easier (and more organized). So helpful that you separated the ideas out by age group.

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  12. I really love these Easter Basket Shopping lists. So nice to be able to print them and then head off to the store and manage to get every thing in one stop. I usually make more than one trip since I am not as organized as this!

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    • Cynthia, I usually make more than one trip for the candy since it somehow mysteriously gets eaten before it’s time to fill the baskets even though I’m the only one who knows where it is. ๐Ÿ™‚

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