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Meaningful Easter Gifts for Kids (Giveaway!)

I love Easter.

We have never done big Easter baskets with our kids, but I love finding books and other activities to help my kids think about Jesus’ death and resurrection during the Easter season.

Whether you are looking for meaningful gifts for Easter baskets or just a few tools to help point your kids towards Jesus during this season, DaySpring has some great things for kids!

Here are some favorites that I filled my basket with:

Eli’s Best Day Ever Gift Set

Eli’s Best Day Ever | The Tale of Three Trees | God’s Easter Promise

(Great board books! The Tale of Three Trees is my favorite if I had to choose one.)

Happy Easter Color Your Own Stickers | Spring is Here Color Your Own Stickers

Resurrection Eggs

And these last two things were not pictured but are also favorites that would make great gifts! The plush sheep is adorable in her little yellow rain gear. And her name is Cora, so there’s that. The Jesus Storybook Bible is the best children’s Bible ever. If your kids or grand kids don’t have this Bible they need it! It would be the perfect Easter gift.

Really Wooly Cora Plush Sheep

Jesus Storybook Bible

The Resurrection Eggs are my kids’ favorite. I made DIY resurrection eggs when Levi was a toddler but the little items didn’t hold up so we got this set a few years ago. I love that all the objects in each egg are so durable and the kids can play with them. We open one egg each day and read through the Scripture passages in the book (or use the Jesus Storybook Bible too!) during the twelve days leading up to Easter. They are perfect for toddlers like Jake (2 1/2) and so far still keep Levi’s attention (7). Besides the fighting over who gets to open the egg (haha!), I have loved using these with my boys. I also use these every year with my Sunday school kids (preschool) and they love them too!

How about a giveaway?! DaySpring is generously giving away some of these items to THREE of my readers!

Giveaway Details:

Each winner will receive:Ā Resurrection Eggs, The Tale of Three Trees,Ā God’s Easter Promise, Spring is Here Color Your Own Stickers, and Happy Easter Color Your Own Stickers

THREE winner chosen at random

ONE entry per person

Giveaway ends Saturday, April 1 at 10PM (CST)

To enter, visit DaySpring and then leave a comment on this post telling me which product you would love to have to help share the joy of Easter with your kids.

Make sure to check back next week because there just might be a coupon code coming your way!

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  • Carley - I’d love the resurrection eggs! Such a fun and tangible way to talk about Easter.ReplyCancel

  • Erin S - The resurrection eggs are such a neat idea!ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Newswanger - I like the board book “The Tale of Three Trees”…perfect for all ages..Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Hannah Troyer - I’d love to have Resurrection eggs to explore with my three kiddos.ReplyCancel

  • Lindsay - Oh yes! I’d LOVE some Easter goodies for my *miracle* twins born late last year!!!! I love Dayspring…although I have never purchased anything. Just admiring, really. In a dream world, I’d have the Share Giving Platter, a set of God’s Grace teacups, and resurrection eggs for all my nieces and nephews!! Thanks for the awesome giveaway and post šŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Elizabeth Kelly - The resurrection eggs are perfect for my littles- such a great idea for teaching them about Easter!ReplyCancel

  • Megan M - I’d love the wooly sheep or the Tale of Three Trees book!!! We use the resurrection eggs and it would be fun to have additional sets so there’s less fighting about who gets to hold the item first! šŸ˜‚ #keepingitrealReplyCancel

  • Brady Wilhelm - First off–wait, WHAT? Jake is TWO AND A HALF?!? Seems like he was just born! (not that I know you or him personally, but in blog land, time flies)…….2nd–I would get the Jesus Storybook Bible. I’ve been looking for a good one for my kiddos and can’t find one that’s quite right. Maybe this one would be the perfect fit!ReplyCancel

  • Kendra - I love the resurrection eggs!ReplyCancel

  • Kim - A lady in our church introduced us to the “The Tale of Three Trees” book a couple of Easters ago. I had forgotten about it! Thank you for the reminder! I’ll have to borrow the book from her again if I don’t win it here! šŸ˜‰ReplyCancel

  • Erin Lockett - So glad to have found your blog on Pinterest šŸ™‚ I love everything from Dayspring! Definitely tough to choose one thing, but I would choose the Tale of Three Trees – my mom use to read this book to me.ReplyCancel

  • Kim - A lady in our church introduced the “The Tale of Three Trees” book to our family a couple of Easters ago. I had forgotten about that book, and it is such a great book! Thank you for the reminder!ReplyCancel

  • Lisbeth Van Daalen - The resurrection eggs are such a neat way to share the Easter story! I would love to have them and make it a tradition to use each year with my kids.ReplyCancel

  • Debbie - I would love to share the resurrection eggs with my grandkids!ReplyCancel

  • Kari - The Ressurection Eggs ā¤āœļøReplyCancel

  • Jessica H - I know it’s included in this..but the Tale of Three Trees book would be my pick. I’ve read the book, but we don’t have it..and it really is such a neat book with such a meaningful message. What a neat giveaway..I love Easter!!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Joy - We love love love the Jesus Storybook Bible around here! I always want more of those so I can share them with people we love. šŸ™‚
    And although I had resurrection eggs when I was a kid, I don’t have a set for my own children! That’s definitely on my wish list.
    I’m also drooling over the I Am plaque with metal rings and cards. I might need that for my kitchen wall. šŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Kim Stephens - Resurrection Eggs! I could see my daughters being really excited about those šŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Rachel Crum - I visited the Day Spring page…Is that all I have to do? I really want Resurrection eggs! I’d actually been looking at buying some!ReplyCancel

  • Joanne johnson - I would love the Jesus storybook Bible!ReplyCancel

  • Anne - The Tail of Three TreesReplyCancel

  • Kimbra DenHartog - The resurrection eggs sound neat!!ReplyCancel

  • Amy - I would love the resurrection eggs! Such a neat idea and I am not creative enough to make my own :/ And I have a couple little colorers who would love to color stickers!ReplyCancel

  • Karis Faust - The books!! We have a bunch of Christmas books, but not as many Easter ones.ReplyCancel

  • Mary - My very favorite babysitter EVER just adopted her first baby, and I would love to shower him with some gifts for his first Easter! The resurrection eggs are my favorite — I love celebrating Easter with meaningful (non-bunny) traditions. Thank you for the giveaways!!ReplyCancel

  • Tiffany Milne - So many sweet way to celebrate the joy of the Easter Promise!! The Tale of Three Trees seems so so sweet I’d love to share it with my four babes!ReplyCancel

  • Kenzi Harris - I would love the resurrection eggs for my kiddos!ReplyCancel

  • Lisa Hale - Love all things DaySpring! Would love the puzzle/egg hunt activity and Baby’s First Bible.ReplyCancel

  • Joni - I love the resurrection eggsReplyCancel

  • Heidi DeGroot - I would like to try the resurrection eggs with my family. We are Christians but haven’t found a church since moving to a different town almost 5 years ago. My husband and I work a lot of weekends so this would be a good way to tell the story to our kids.ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Peek - The Tale of Three Trees has been on our to-buy book list for a long while now but the Resurrection Eggs seem really neat also!!ReplyCancel

  • Kasie Baird - I love the Cora sheep. I recently was pregnant with a baby girl who we were going to name Cora Grace. Sadly, we lost her when I was 14 weeks pregnant. I know she is with Jesus and I love the thought of giving her big sister, Kate, a lamb named Cora for Easter. ā¤ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne - My children would really enjoy Resurrection Eggs. What a great idea!ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne - My child would love the Resurrection Eggs. What a neat idea.ReplyCancel

  • mami2jcn - The resurrection eggs would be a hit at our house!ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Brown - I would love to read The Tale of Three Trees to my daughters šŸ˜ŠReplyCancel

  • Rachel Crum - Resurrection eggs!ReplyCancel

  • Kimbra DenHartog - The resurrection eggs look neat!!ReplyCancel

  • Michelle D - Resurrection eggs! We do a simplified 4-egg version at our church, so I like that these cover more details. Happy Easter!ReplyCancel

  • Hollie - I’d love to have the resurrection eggs to play and learn with my three small kiddos!ReplyCancel

  • Mackenzie m - Such great ways to celebrate Easter! I think the Resurrection eggs would be a fantastic addition to our family traditions!ReplyCancel

  • Kathy DeRuischer - I’d love the resurrection eggs for my five little ones!!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah D - Oh, the eggs would be wonderful! We are just getting to a good age of having a little attention but the tactile learning is huge and these would be so fun!ReplyCancel

  • Bethany - I’ve heard so many great things about the Storybook Bible but never invested in one – so that is the one thing I would choose!ReplyCancel

  • Alesia - I would love to share God’s Easter Promise with my nephew!ReplyCancel

  • Ashley Cook - I’d love to give my nieces the set, I know they’d love the resurrection eggs.ReplyCancel

  • Savannah garcia - The love these Easter basket ideas! I never do much but I want to be more intentional as my kiddos are getting older. My mom always read the three trees to us when we were little but I would love to have a copy for our family – can’t believe I haven’t gotten one yet!ReplyCancel

  • Beth - I would love the resurrection eggs for my six year old. I also teach Junior church on a rotating basis and think this would be so great with them, too!ReplyCancel

  • Mary Ann - Hi Jess. I think I would get the Jesus Storybook Bible for my grandson age 6, almost 7. I take him to church every Sunday and he loves Jesus a lot. I think the bible would be good for him as he is learning to read. Your posts are always so uplifting. I hope and pray that this Easter season is memorable and enjoyable for you, your husband and boys. I love this time of year. All the flowers blooming, the air is crisp and fresh, there is excitement in the laughter of children, new little baby animals to see, and joy in celebration of the Savior Jesus Christ and His loving atonement. In my life the atonement has always helped me when it came to asking for forgiveness. But I have learned that he not only suffered for our sins but also for our heartaches, our disappointments, our grief, our wayward ways, our hopeless moments, our sorrow, our tears of pain. He can and does heal us if we but ask Him. I have felt His redeeming love on so many occasions. Thank you for all you do to help your blogger friends and for inspiring us to try to become a new better person. Your friend in Salt Lake City, Utah!! Cool & Cloudy here today. Snow in the mountains but spring is on its way soon. Take care.ReplyCancel

  • Angela N. - I would love the Three trees book!ReplyCancel

  • Lois L - This Grandma loves to shop DaySpring for my three grandsons! I’m currently considering getting them the Story of Easter – Children’s Activity Book and also the book, God’s Easter Promise.ReplyCancel

  • Lindsay - I would love to have the resurrection eggs for my girls!ReplyCancel

  • katherine - I’d love the resurrection eggs!ReplyCancel

  • Merilee - I would love to add the resurrection eggs to our Easter traditions. Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara - I would definitely get the Resurrection eggs and share with my daughter and Sunday School class and the book, The Three Trees! That book looks wonderful! <3ReplyCancel

  • manda - I would like the tale of three trees.ReplyCancel

  • Tracy J. - I’ve had my eye on their resurrection eggs for a couple of years! Our daughter is only one, so maybe for next year. šŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Jenny d - The resurrection eggs would be my pick! They love eggs in general but to use them to teach them the Easter story would be amazing. I struggle with teaching my 5 and 1 year old about Jesus’ death and resurrection and it would literally be an answer to my prayers to win this for them this Easter.ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Philipchalk - I love this post! I’d love your book suggestion The Tale of Three trees – I’m always on the lookout for Christ centered Easter books šŸ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Bridgette Melton - I have always loved resurrection eggs. I’d love a set of our own.ReplyCancel

  • Lucy - Resurrection eggsReplyCancel

  • Gina Zurek - I’d love the resurrection eggs!ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - I have never seen Resurrection eggs before – how neat! I know my four kiddos would really love those … and I also love The Three Trees story book! Great products, thanks for the giveaway! : )ReplyCancel

  • Cassie M - I’d love to get a set of the resurrection eggs to share with my kids!ReplyCancel

  • Suzanne Hines - I have had my eyes on those resurrection eggs for a while! Our nearby Christian bookstore is going out of business and I was hoping they would be discounted, but they had completely sold out! Thanks for doing this giveaway, and I LOVE your photography and decorating skills!ReplyCancel

  • Vicki - Any of the books would be great!ReplyCancel

  • Laura - The resurrection eggs would be great for my kids!ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Macon - I love the Resurrection eggs! I don’t know why I haven’t purchased them!ReplyCancel

  • Jill Rivera - Easter – I Love You Head to Toe – Inspirational Children’s Gift Set just becasue the Panda Bear is so cute.ReplyCancel

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