Looking to fill your kids’ Easter baskets with some faith-focused gifts?
Whether or not you fill Easter baskets, Easter is a natural time to draw near to Jesus and recommit to healthy faith habits! Why not give your kids a gift or two that will help them grow in their faith?
Faith-Focused Gifts for your Kids’ Easter Baskets
You Already Are Kids’ Devotional Journal
We have received RAVE reviews on this newer product in the Faithful Moms’ Shop. The You Already Are Kids’ Devotional Journal is ideal for kids aged 7-15, but we’ve had younger AND older kids use and l-o-v-e these journals.
Faith-focused and Bible-story stickers!
Who doesn’t love some fun stickers?! With options for the bigger kids, littler kids, and even the adults, these are a great addition to everyone’s Easter basket!
A New Children’s Bible!!
We recently updated our list of the best Bible options for kids. As my kids have grown, we’ve discovered some new favorites and included some recommendations we received from you all! Check out our top recommendations of Bibles for kids. We even included age and interest recommendations to help you as you pick.
A Giving Bank
I’ve always tried to help my kids separate their money into spend, save, give. We’ve tried jars (too easy for them to access what’s inserted), envelopes (too flimsy), and tracking amounts in a journal (too time-consuming) to help us, but we’ve never been very successful with the practical implementation. That’s why I LOVE these kids’ banks from Dayspring!! The banks fit cash or coins and include a slot for save, give, share, and spend.
A fun place for you or your kids to doodle thoughts, notes, lists, and ideas! These kids’ DoodlePads have a coloring image at the top and plenty of space to write or draw!
An Identity Necklace
This would pair perfectly with a You Already Are Kids’ Devotional Journal!! There are quite a few different word options, but this one is a favorite of mine. I have a similar one that I received as a gift years ago, and I still wear it almost every day to remind me of this very important truth.
He is Risen Puzzle + Egg Hunt
How fun does this activity look for little ones! I love that there are multiple learning modalities used to reinforce the story of our Risen Savior!
Christian Audio Stories for Kids and Families
My kids LOVE listening to audio stories, especially the ones that are dramatized. These make a great addition to an Easter basket. Check out our favorite Christian audio dramas and audio stories for kids here.
Bible Journaling Highlighters and Pens
I’m somewhat new to Bible highlighters, but I’ve already bought multiple sets because my kids keep taking mine! These highlighters and pens are a great addition to Easter baskets for older kids — or even moms and dads!
Looking for another option? These are some other favorites!!
Books of the Bible Learning Cards
This is a brand-new product that I’m super excited to order for my kids’ Easter baskets. This bundle set includes the Old Testament and New Testament cards. Each book of the Bible has its own colorful card with a key verse, the theme of the book, and a brief explanation of the book. Order them here.
Write the Word Kids Journal Bundle
My daughter loved the simplicity of these journals to help her get in a habit of meditating on Scripture each day. This bundle of two different kids’ journals is on sale right now, too!
Easter Kids’ Coloring Mat
These silicone coloring mats from His Kids Company are great for at home or on the go. They are reusable (!!) and provide a great distraction while waiting for snacks or meals or just about anything!
Postcards to Encourage a Friend
With four different sets to choose from, these new postcards in the Faithful Life Shop are so.much.fun! Adding these to your kids’ Easter basket not only gives them a fun pop of color and a great activity, but it prompts them to also think of others and give back. Check them out here.
Big Words of the Bible: Greek + Hebrew for Kids
Yep, you read that correctly — Greek + Hebrew for Kids. These 20 flashcards, created and sold by Tiny Theologians, help kids learn and understand key vocabulary words in the original biblical languages, Greek and Hebrew. Find out more about them here.