Easter Gift Guide for Teens

Angela Piper
Moments  with Moms
Published in
3 min readMar 22, 2022


Oh no. What will the Easter Bunny bring them? I’ve got you covered, mama.

You’re in full prep mode, the church clothes have been purchased, the brunch reservations have been made, the baskets have been bought. But oh no, what in the WORLD are you going to put in your teenager’s Easter basket?

It’s not like chalk and bubbles and new crayons are going to cut it.

Here are the top-rated gift ideas from Moms like you who have been there and succeeded.

  1. Shashibo Shape-Shifting Fidget Cube $25.00

This fidget box features 36 rare earth magnets for an innovative design that transforms into over 70 shapes. Fits comfortably in the hand for hours of mind-challenging fun, stimulates the senses with unlimited creative possibility. You can even choose between one of fifteen designs. With 80% of the 26K reviews at over 4 stars, this is sure to be a hit.

2. Video Games like Kirby and the Forgotten Land $54.99

There is no doubt that video games were a popular Easter basket filler for tweens and teens alike. I love games like Mario Kart 8 that are great for any age, but you are sure to be a hero if the Easter Bunny shows up with this game, one that your Nintendo lovers are sure to be waiting for. It’s officially available on March 25th, but you can pre-order it now and it will show up on your door on release day. You’re welcome.

3. Eos Multi-pack $26.30

If you ask any teen or tween, Chapstick is out, and eos is in. Make sure your little chicks are happy and throw these in their baskets. (Bonus: they kind of look like easter eggs too!) They’re also organic, sustainable, and climate-friendly.

4. Not Parent Approved: Card Game $25.49 with coupon

Featured as a fan-favorite Gift in the Toys and Card Games category on Amazon. Inspired by your favorite adult party games, but 100% family-friendly. Designed to reintroduce a love of family games for a screen-obsessed generation. Attention-grabbing. Easy-to-learn. Quick, simple play. The website for the game promises, “Kids will unplug and put down their phones. Cards contain gratuitous bathroom humor that kids will find hilarious while distracted from their screens. You might even giggle a few times.”

5. Hunter Rain Boots $78.99

Rain boots have always been a staple in my kid's Easter baskets, and it doesn’t have to stop as they get older. I love giving cute ones, but with a teen/tween it’s time to step it up. I’ll be honest, my tween cousin raved about these for a while, and I thought “they’re just boots” but Hunter knows their stuff, and my fave pair of knee-length hot pink ones have lasted me 4 years, and counting. Go the extra mile and grab a pair in the color of the year.

6. JBL Earbuds $49.99 (currently on sale!)

If your teens are anything like me and the ones in my life, they use earbuds constantly and lose earbuds constantly. The JBL earbuds I’ve purchased always work great (as do their Bluetooth speakers) and seem to somehow get lost a lot less frequently. These are typical $99.99 but are currently half off, so be sure to snag them before the price goes back up.

7. Amazon Gift Card with Flower Pot Card Holder Any price you choose

The next best thing to cash, Amazon gift cards are always a hit. I love the one above because it comes ready with a cute flower pot cardholder! Add any amount to the gift card and it’ll ship right to you. No need to stop at the store!

I hope these help you as they helped me. I’d love to hear what other ideas you have for your teens and tweens below.

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Angela Piper
Moments  with Moms

Wife to @davidpipervo & Mom of 3. 📚 Best Selling Author 📍Dallas girl in Spain 🇪🇸 🖊️ Currently writing NYT’s next bestseller