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11 cracking Easter gifts for babies and toddlers (that aren't chocolate!)

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When it comes to Easter it can be hard to resist buying all the chocolate treats on the shelves, but why not make the holidays eggs-tra special with our selection of great gifts that will last way beyond the bank holiday weekend?

We've found a great selection of Easter gifts for babies and toddlers that even mums and dads will love, (anything to avoid a tots chocolate-induced sugar rush right?)

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Egg-cellent gift ideas for babies and toddlers:

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Spot's First Easter, £6.99, Amazon

The Easter Bunny has hidden some eggs for Spot to find, so let your tot join in on the hunt to find all the Easter Eggs. This classic picture book has flaps that help to develop fine motor skills and encourages curiosity and exploration. 
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Bunny Cardigan, £34.99, Kit and Kin

Have your own real life bunny this Easter with this gorgeous cardigan that's made from 100% organic cotton. It's a perfect Easter gift that will keep little ones warm and cosy all day long. The adorable bunny ears provide the cutest finishing touch.
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Personalised Easter Bunny Baking Set, £13.50, Not on the High Street

Little ones will be so excited to bake Easter treats with this bunny baking set! Complete with personalised baking utensils, you can even add on a personalised apron, cotton bag for storage and Easter themed cookie cutters. 
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Peter Rabbit Plush Toy, £11.99, Amazon

This super cute, high quality rabbit is a great Easter gift for little ones. Peter Rabbit is a much loved character, and this plush toy will be treasured by little ones and parents who love Beatrix Potter. 
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Rabbit Shaped Cushion, £15, Bizzi Growin

Tots will love this super soft bunny companion that is extremely huggable. The monochrome design gives it a modern touch, and the quirky character is even machine washable!
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Hide and Squeak Eggs, £7, Amazon

This is a twist on the traditional shape sorter, with the added joy of a cheeky squeak when the chirpy chicks are pressed. Great for baby's early skills.
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Bunny Design Breakfast Set And Cotton Bag, £15.50, Not on the High Street

The cute bunny breakfast set contains a melamine bowl, spoon and cup that is suitable for both girls and boys. This little set will bring a sweet smile to little ones faces and the drawstring bag is handy for picnic trips!
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Ragtales Baby Fifi Booties, £14.99, Amazon

These adorable bunny bootees are for the very little ones in your life. They're made from soft cotton and velour, and have a knitted cuff to ensure they stay on tiny feet.
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Paint Your Own Egg Kit, £1.50, The Works

Containing 2 eggs, 3 paints and a brush, this kit has everything tots need to decorate their very own eggs that they can hang in the house.
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White Hat, £16.99, Kit and Kin

This extra sweet hat is made from 100% organic cotton and perfect for keeping little heads warm at Easter. The adorable bunny ears add to the cuteness factor and it has sideties for added practicality.
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Bunny Jump Game, £17.49, Amazon

Easter wouldn't be complete without a bunny, and this game looks great fun. Players try to collect as many carrots as they can, but BEWARE. One of the carrots makes the bunny jump.

Read next: 13 brilliant Easter toys that help boost baby and toddler development

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  • Author: Samantha Ball Samantha Ball
  • Job Title: Freelance writer

Samantha is a mum of one, in a house full of boys. Her hobbies are long hikes, coffee tasting, and being a bit of an *obsessive* cleaner.

She also runs a blog Student Mum Diaries about what it’s like to be a student mum. 

 

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