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Kids Easter Gift Ideas That Are Not Chocolate!

You might have already read my Baby’s First Easter gift ideas recently and now I’m bringing you some gorgeous Kids Easter gift ideas that are not chocolate too.

Below is a collection of unique and beautiful gifts that make a lovely change from giving chocolate eggs!

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Non-Chocolate Easter Gift Ideas for Kids:

1.  Play-Doh Shape to Life Studio Set

Play-Doh’s latest innovation is such a cool gift that creative kids will love! The iconic and timeless brand, now 60 year’s old, has just released the Play-Doh Shape to Life Studio Set and app.

It’s a whole new virtual world for Play-Doh lovers to get lost in where kids shape their creation, place it on the Shape to Life Studio and scan it with a smartphone or tablet onto the Play-Doh Touch app.

How innovative is that?!

You can buy a Play-Doh Shape to Life Studio Set here in Australia, here in the US and here in the UK.

Play Doh Shape to Life Studio Set - Love from Mim

You can buy a Play-Doh Shape to Life Studio Set here in Australia, here in the US and here in the UK.

Their creation then comes to life on screen, ready to explore. The kit comes with stampers and scissors to help create cute characters but they can lend their artistic flair by creating their own inventions too.

Play Doh Shape to Life Studio Set - Love from Mim

You can buy a Play-Doh Shape to Life Studio Set here in Australia, here in the US and here in the UK.

2.  Bunny Placemats

Bunnies are such a gorgeous symbol of Easter these days and how sweet are these Bunny Placemats? They’re definitely one of my favourite Easter present ideas.

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They’re available for here from Baby Presents and you can choose them in Powder Blue, Powder Pink, Black, Grey, Minty Green or White.

These non slip placemats are a really generous size (48cm x 38cm) and make dinner time so much fun for little ones.

The mats are toxic-free, BPA free food grade silicone and dishwasher safe too making both mealtimes and cleaning up easy peasy.

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What’s even better is that they’re not just limited to mealtimes – they’re also perfect for kids’ baking or rolling out Play-Doh (from the kit above maybe!). If bunnies aren’t your kids thing, they’re also available in Bears too.

3.  Playful Pals Wooden Puzzle

Kids aged 2+ will love this beautiful set of 4 wooden puzzles, available here at Biome.

Playful Pals Wooden Puzzle - Love from Mim


These earth-friendly puzzles are made with wood from sustainable forests and are packaged in a reusable carry-along storage case.

The set contains 14 fun colourful pieces that are specially designed for children aged 2+ years to enhance their learning skills.

Both of my kids love this set and because there are four puzzles, it’s a game they can play together without having ‘sharing’ issues! They always want what the other one has, don’t they?

You can buy a Playful Pals Wooden Puzzle here at Biome.

4.  Click Clack Toys

If you love eco-friendly, wooden toys, you will adore the Click Clack Toys range. You can read a Click Clack Toys review we did here.

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It’s an Aussie owned and designed, family business and they have created a range of educational toys from sustainable wood.

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One of our favourites is the Fire Station and Fire Truck!

5.  TinyMe Personalised Amazing Alphabet Book

If your little one has started to read, this gorgeous new Amazing Alphabet book by TinyMe will delight them! It’s so easy to order it online too and arrived very quickly.

Tinyme Amazing Alphabet Book - Love from Mim

It’s fully personalised, beautifully illustrated and custom made to order. The pages are filled with bright pictures and the quality is so high.

Tinyme Amazing Alphabet Book - Love from Mim

The Augmented Reality book also comes with a free app (iOS or Android) that brings the book to life with pop up like 3D animation, music and sound that jumps out of the printed page.  How gorgeous! I think they make lovely Easter gifts for toddlers

6.  Origami Tear Off Pad

I think that slightly older creative kids would be so pleased to receive this Origami book!

Origami Tear Off Pad - Love from Mim

It’s a lovely, 200 page paperback book filled with single sheets of tear-off origami paper that kids (or you!) can fold into origami.

Origami Tear Off Pad - Love from Mim

Kids can create their own designs or try one of the four included – swans, butterflies, trees and boats.

You can purchase it from Biome here.

Kids Easter Gift Ideas

I hope these Kids Easter gift ideas have given you food for thought – but not chocolate! Good luck choosing Easter gifts for kids in your life.

What are your favourite non-chocolate Easter gifts?

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Originally published on March 23rd 2017.

Disclosure: I hope you’ve seen some ideas you love! Some links are affiliate links, meaning if you click through and make a purchase, I will receive a small commission but this does not affect the price you pay. The above items were sent to me to review for the purpose of putting together this gift guide for Kids Easter Gift Ideas



  1. Becky Downey
    / 9:33 pm

    Fairtrade Felt Easter Bilby – it’s a first Easter for my baby and he loves a bit of animal magic

  2. Catherine G.
    / 6:57 pm

    I’d get a new water bottle and perhaps some lunch boxes!

  3. Dianne
    / 9:16 pm

    I’d start with the stainless steel ice trays!

  4. Dianne
    / 9:14 pm

    The origami book looks great, would keep them occupied for a while, lol! Thanks Mim!

  5. bella ri
    / 11:02 am

    The play-doh! It would be so fun for the little ones to use their creativity to make whatever their imagination takes them!

  6. Bryan Rigby-Roberts
    / 12:40 am

    A stainless steel lunchbox – my wife and I use so much disposable or plastic containers for work lunches it is untrue. I would like this practice to end!

  7. Elly
    / 6:04 pm

    The fire station would be great!

  8. Jill-Anne
    / 12:45 pm

    Though as a family we love occasional chocolate treats, it just doesn’t seem right to plan to eat a chocolate bilgy, especially as we all fell in love with hopping bilbies when we saw them in a zoo nocturnal house recently. The best solution for this family for Easter would be a BIOME Fairtrade Felt Easter Bilby – Small Pink and a block of fairtrade chocolate.

  9. Tanya
    / 4:12 pm

    my kids would love the Origami, click clack toys and play doh.

  10. Jade Williams
    / 9:17 am

    We love to shop eco-friendly where possible. We would love to purchase a waste-free lunchbox as my daughter has now started preschool.

  11. Bethany Allen
    / 9:00 pm

    The wishbone bike 3-in-1 – so cute, practical, and most importantly, good for the environment

  12. Lee
    / 7:52 am

    I love Biome as know that I am buying quality products that don’t harm the planet. And there are so many gorgeous treats for the family

  13. Sarah Armstrong
    / 2:13 pm

    I think I’d start with the Insulated lunch box – red scooter raw linen by SoYoung, it’s just cute and my son would love it

  14. Sara Johnston
    / 12:59 pm

    I’d buy for my son’s 3rd birthday,
    The QToys Mahogany Pan & Pot Play Set.
    A gift he’d love for his games with his brothers:
    And a lot of use he’d get!

    So many wonderful choices:
    I love the entire range of wooden toys!
    So many great educational gift ideas:
    Great for my three little boys!

  15. Jessica Ashbrooke
    / 12:29 pm

    Wooden fire station and airport for my boy

  16. Kelly Brown
    / 11:14 am

    If I won I would buy the Origami Pad because my kids and I love craft!

  17. Tess
    / 12:41 am

    I would love to splurge on some Magic Mud to make my not so pearly whites shine bright again!

  18. claire evans
    / 4:35 pm

    Onya reusable produce bags as they look super easy to use and will keep everything fresher longer

  19. paula h
    / 1:48 pm

    Love to get a stainless steel water bottle so I can carry it with me on my walk to work everyday :)

  20. Louise M
    / 11:34 am

    I’d buy a set of beeswax wraps so I can kick my glad wrap habit!

  21. Beth
    / 4:05 pm

    I’d buy the One Very Tired Wombat book and hope it helps get my baby to sleep! :)

  22. Irena
    / 3:10 pm

    I would buy a pink Yumbox lunchbox for my daughter, because lunches are more fun in colour!

  23. Bonnie
    / 1:53 pm

    I am so keen to try some of the Honeybee reuseable food wraps. I hate throwing out so much cling wrap all the time (plus mucking around with it to wrap properly in the first place!).

  24. Gayle Vos
    / 1:44 pm

    Some natural skincare would be nice

  25. Rebecca
    / 7:42 am

    The play doh! It was my favourite thing to play with when I was a kid and it’s now one on my niece’s favourite things to play with. We can play together for hours! I may even continue playing with it when she goes home!

  26. Cate
    / 5:22 am

    The Thermos Funtainer insulated food jar in the fire truck design is just what I’m looking for to encourage my Kindergarten child to eat his lunch.
    Badgers Night Night Balm would be wonderful for settling our second to sleep (Aaahhh bliss!).
    Plus I’d love to try the mosquito patches-mosquitos are causing quite a concern in our rural area with Ross River Fever. The patches would be perfect in helping to keep our family protected.

  27. Melissa Turner
    / 9:53 pm

    I’d get the ‘Green living 30 minute mozzarella & ricotta cheese kit’ because it helps to achieve my goal for 2017 to bake, make, and grow more!

  28. Caroline
    / 4:32 pm

    A fairtrade blue Easter Bilby. My son has just discovered they exist and is smitten.

  29. Carolyn
    / 2:44 pm

    I’d get some PlanetBox Stainless Steel containers for my girls lunch boxes. I’ve looking for some like this for ages!

  30. Kylie T
    / 1:01 pm

    The Click Clack wood puzzle garage fire station & truck will captivate our little one’s heart inspiring a wondrous world of imaginatively creative explorations beloved/part. He wants to be a fireman you see and Biome eco friendliness is a great gift idea, the one for me!.

  31. May
    / 9:40 am

    My son loves straws! I’d definitely purchase the stainless steel bent straws as well as the straight straws along with a straw cleaner because we know kids, they always change their minds! Then, for good measure I’d buy the book, The World That We Want because it’s never too early to teach our kids to care for our environment.

  32. Michelle Green
    / 8:47 pm

    I love making my own face scrubs so I’d buy some nice essential oils to use and some Activated Charcoal in glass jar to play with making my own toothpaste and face masks. I love making my own natural products.

  33. Loz Jordan
    / 2:53 pm

    I’d love some of the Honeybee food wraps! I hate using disposable wrap or sandwich bags and usually try to use glass containers but it’s not always possible!

  34. Aleisha Sullivan
    / 10:20 am

    Green start book tower.
    You can never have too many books! Sure our toys get played with sometimes but our book sets have been read hundreds of times already and are quite timeless!

  35. Kristy F
    / 9:25 am

    The click clack range is standing out saying bi-o me.

  36. Rachel K
    / 12:10 am

    I love the Green Start Wooden Puzzles because they would enhance sensory development, eye-hand co-ordination and fine motor skills but also because they are ‘old school’ toys!

  37. Laura S
    / 8:54 pm

    The bunny placemats as we’re starting solids soon!

  38. kathy CLARK
    / 7:46 pm

    Origami Book, as its looks so much fun, and hours of enjoyment

  39. Edith
    / 7:34 pm

    The puzzles since my little one loves puzzles.

  40. Tanya
    / 5:39 pm

    I would stock up on the bamboo toothbrushes for the whole family.

  41. Anne
    / 1:55 pm

    I love Biome and could spend hours looking at their website!

  42. Anni G
    / 12:56 pm

    BIOME’s Fairtrade Felt Easter Bilby – Small Pink for long-awaited-for Miss Charlotte who is about to experience her first Easter.

  43. Stephanie Phelps
    / 12:52 pm

    I would get her the QToys Wooden Tool Kit because she loves to help her granddad!

  44. Kate Slack
    / 12:25 pm

    I would buy the Fairtrade Felt Easter Bunny, a great gift for my daughter for Easter she loves Rabbits.

  45. Karina Lee
    / 11:41 pm

    I love the Vintage LED round light bulb G125 long filament 6W edison E27 – clear glass! Such a funky little light!

  46. Dana Langham
    / 11:31 pm

    I’d put it towards a “Hemp-organic cotton sheet set – queen”… All ours are on their way out (all the baby chuck has taken its toll on our sheets)

  47. Amanda H
    / 7:44 pm

    There are so many cool things at Biome, it would be hard to choose!

  48. samara McRae
    / 7:32 pm

    The playful Pals wooden puzzle. My little one loves problem solving and puzzles. This would give me at least half hpur of quiet time whilst he does this ;-)

  49. Tracy Wedding
    / 6:57 pm

    the playdough set for my grand kids

  50. Charl L.
    / 6:25 pm

    The Planet Finska Hookey Board with Black Rings, for a fun game the whole family can play together!

  51. Kasey Evans
    / 5:52 pm

    I’d buy the Magic Mud Whitening & brushes for my daughter & I as we dislike our discoloured teeth, having whiter teeth would give us the confidence to smile again.

  52. Anthea Cornish
    / 1:46 pm

    The Play Doh, to bring out their creativity. Can be enjoyed by all the family. Good old fashioned fun!

  53. Cat Gibson
    / 1:37 pm

    My little cherub has multiple food allergies so we’re avoid the commercial side of Easter – but I’d love to get him and Maud and Lil stuffed bunny from the BioMe website, organsic cotton too so wont upset his eczema.

  54. Caroline Kelly
    / 12:43 pm

    Cheese making at home is simplified with a Mad Millie’s fromage homemade cheese starter kit. Thank you for the chance.

  55. Karen Holding
    / 12:09 pm

    I’ve been looking at making my own Kombucha, so I would buy a book on it or the Kombucha jar or perhaps some bottles to put it in

  56. Jenny England
    / 9:42 am

    The Playdough set: everyone in the family can enjoy this and have fun, even granny with her arthritic hands.

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