Do You Give Your Charges Gifts for Easter?

Best Easter Gifts to Give to Kids

Nannies are not required to give the children in their care gifts but it’s certainly hard not to for important holidays and birthdays. I prefer giving the kids left in my charge educational toys or games as gifts when possible. I avoid giving sugary treats or candy as gifts. Here are my favorite choices for Easter gifts for nannies and au pairs to give to the children in their care this Easter week.

Easter Eggs – Hide ‘Em and Hatch ‘Em Eggs – Watch Them Hatch Like Magic Three Different Pets!


Different eggs hatch like magic. Three different pets grow right out of their shell when the egg is placed in water Includes three different egg containing a baby duck, chick, or rabbit pet. They are perfectly sized for seamless integration with your existing egg hunts. These are fun on Easter or year round.

Kinder Bunnies Card Game

KinderBunnies is a fun-filled card game in which players try to collect as many bunnies and carrots as possible. Based on the phenomenally popular Killer Bunnies, this game takes us back to their first adventure. Loaded with colorful animal characters, activities, and interactive game play, KinderBunnies guarantees Hare-raising good time every game. Five special dice keep the game rolling as players budget cabbage and water to feed their bunnies and avoid dangerous safety hazards. Game includes 110 large cards, 10 small cards, 10-sided dice, and instructions. For two to four players, 30-minute playing time, best played by children four-years-old to adult.

Educational Insights Eggspert

Spice up daily activities and transform review sessions into exciting, energizing games with Eggspert, the interactive game system. With Eggspert’s two fun game modes – Quiz Show and Wheel of Fortune – you can quiz math facts, test vocabulary, conduct spelling bees, or reinforce any subject. Using egg-shaped response buttons, students buzz in to answer questions in Quiz Show mode. In Wheel of Fortune mode, the teacher or nanny starts Eggspert’s six eggs “spinning” until only one egg remains lit. The child (or group) assigned to that egg must answer the question. Perfect for centers, classroom management, rainy day activities, and carnival games. Includes Eggspert, six student buttons, teacher control button, and guide.

Ravensburger Funny Bunny – Children’s Game

Funny Bunny is a quick play 3D action game for two to four children ages four-years-old and up. Players hop the bunny hill in a race to the top to see who can get to the big, juicy carrot first. They have to be careful not to fall into a rabbit hole on their way up the hill and miss their chance at the prize. Players must move their bunnies up the hill according to the number of spaces illustrated by action cards that show a rabbit hopping over one, two or three spaces. As players try to hop up the hill on the 3D game board, they utilize basic counting skills, color identification and recognition, and fine motor skills. The game also introduces young children to goal-setting, competition, cause-and-effect and turn-taking. In addition, it provides a social opportunity for children, friends, and family to engage with one another.

Bunny Hop

The farmers are in a frenzy. Bunnies hop and hide in this fast action memory game Carrot Patch, eating all the veggies. Players help the farmers catch these funny jumping bunnies in a memory game of bunny “hide and seek.” Be the first player to collect at least one bunny of each color (red, blue, yellow, and green) and you win. Includes Carrot Patch game board, 20 bunnies in four different colors, four farmers, one die, and game instructions. No batteries required. For tow to four players age four- to 14-years-old.

Little Mommy Dress Up Cuties Bunny Doll

These adorable Little Mommy Dress Up Cuties Bunny Doll are toddlers dressed up in their favorite costume as a an Easter bunny for the Spring holiday and ready for a day of fun in the sun with their little mommies.

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