Easter Sunday is right around the corner… how do you plan to celebrate? Easter baskets filled with chocolate bunnies, colorful jellybeans, and other treats have long been favorite Easter gifts. But they’re not always the best gifts for anyone over age 12.
Are you looking for fresh ideas for Easter gifts or Easter egg fillers now that your kiddos are getting older? Or do you need alternatives to sweets for teens who might be watching their weight, or who have to pass on the chocolates due to medical reasons?
Even teens who like candy will appreciate getting some Easter gifts that are more meaningful, practical, and useful. Here are ten perfect teen gifts for Easter time, spring, and beyond… with Amazon links for easy ordering. 🙂
Teen-oriented Bibles make the perfect gift for the young Christian in your life. These Bibles are packed with teen-friendly features such as real-world interpretations of passages, challenging insights, and daily readings. Whether your teen is a regular church goer or they’re just beginning to explore their relationship with God, a Bible is a gift that lasts well beyond the Easter season.
The Red Prayer Plant is native to the tropics in Brazil and gets its name from the leaves folding up at night, which mimics hands praying—a perfect sentiment for Easter. This unique plant is easy to take care of and is even pet-friendly. Perfect for beginners, it just needs to be watered once a week. This live plant ships from Florida in a 4″ wide grower’s pot.
This egg-shaped bath bombs gift set has a pastel color palette and fresh spring scents. Each Easter Bath Bomb in this variety pack is infused with a different soothing scent to make every bath different and unique! From floral scents like lavender and cherry blossom to sweet coconut, mix and match bath bombs to create your own unique bath experience! Best of all, these bath bombs are made with all natural, high-quality ingredients.
Squishmallows are super soft, squishy and adorable. They come in all different shapes and sizes! And yes, you can even get Easter Squishmallows. Shown here is the Mystery Box three-pack that includes a surprise assortment of 8″ plush Squishmallows. These collectible stuffed animals are irresistible for anyone of any age.
If you know a first responder or a member of the military, you may have seen their collection of challenge coins. A challenge coin is a collectible coin or medallion bearing the insignia, emblem, or logo of an organization, branch or unit. The Roman Empire rewarded soldiers by presenting them with specially minted coins in addition to their pay. They would keep these coins as mementos of their achievements. During the Renaissance, such coins were called “Portrait Medals” and used to commemorate specific events involving royalty, nobility, or other well-to-do individuals. The medals would be given as gifts or awards, and people also exchanged them with friends and associates. They were also used to boost morale and to prove someone was a member of a certain group. Christian challenge coins come in many different designs that can be gifted, collected and traded. Teens can carry a Christian challenge coin in their pocket or backpack as a reminder to listen to God, live righteously, and exercise faith.
If you’re looking for a unique cross necklace for teen girls, take a look at this elegant Celtic cross pendant in two-tone 14k rose gold plated sterling silver. The cross is 1 inch long and the chain is 18 inches. It’s beautiful and looks dainty but it’s durable enough for everyday wear. A thoughtful jewelry gift that will be cherished for years to come!
A dog tag can be worn either outside or inside any shirt. One side of this dog tag pendant is a cross, and the other side is a Bible verse. It comes in three colors: silver, gold, and black plated stainless steel, each with a choice of verses suitable for teen guys. It comes complete with a comfortable chain that pairs well with every style.
365 Promises from God’s Word in Color
This is a compact 6-inch square coloring book with 256 pages. It has a monotone embossed cover with accents of gold foil. Inside, the cream-colored paper has Bible verses printed on one side and a decorative design on the other side of each two-page spread. Honestly, this book is just as nice to keep as-is without coloring in the detailed line drawings. Published by Christian Art Publishers, it even includes a presentation page for gift-giving.
These inspirational scripture cards are great for both kids and teens. The cards feature encouraging quotes and creative designs in pastel colors. They are made of high-quality matte card paper, so they are thick and sturdy. Each card measures 2 x 3.5 inches. Comes as a set of 60 cards!
The Case for Easter: A Journalist Investigates Evidence for the Resurrection
This inexpensive little 96-page mass-market paperback is the perfect size for slipping into an Easter basket. Written in an easy-to-read journalistic style, The Case for Easter probes the core evidence for the resurrection. It explores three primary questions about the facts surrounding the death of Jesus through an investigative reporter’s lens. The three questions are: 1) did Jesus die by crucifixion; 2) did His body really disappear from the tomb; and 3) did credible people see Jesus alive after His death? Read the book, examine the evidence, and decide for yourself! The verdict is up to you.
If you’re looking for one more thing to top off your teen’s Easter basket but you’re not sure what else to buy, consider including a gift card to their favorite store, movie theater or restaurant. You can even buy cleverly designed Amazon gift cards in any amount so they can shop online without using mom or dad’s credit card! With a gift card you can’t go wrong, they can buy what they want, and it’s a great way to give teens some independence.
And finally, if you can’t resist having a plastic egg hunt, here is a list of ideas…
20 Easter Egg Fillers for older kids, teens, and adults:
- USB Flash Drive
- Key Chain
- Colorful Lanyard
- Safety Whistle
- Mini Carabiner
- Worry Stone
- Lip Balm
- Crystal Stone
- Silly Putty
- Guitar Pick
- Ear Buds
- Animal Figurine
- Movie Ticket
- Flower Seeds
One more thing… if your family’s Easter traditions still include chocolate bunnies, don’t forget to grab one for your teen!
What do you think would be good Easter gifts for teens? Leave a comment!