I’m really excited to share these new Lego Easter Baskets with you! Themed Easter baskets are a lot of fun to build! Instead of a basket filled with sugar and artificial dye, why not try a Lego Easter Basket this year?
Most kids love Lego bricks and I’m pretty sure we can all use more storage options for our growing Lego collection.
Lego Easter Baskets Ideas for Kids
This year, I decided to use Lego storage bricks for Easter baskets. Keep reading to discover how you can use Lego storage bricks for your Easter surprises this year. Plus, get ideas for Easter surprises with fun Lego themes to put inside your baskets this year.
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Lego Themed Easter Basket Ideas
Lego Storage Bricks Ideas
It seems like we are always looking for more storage solutions to house our growing Lego collection. Legos occupy the kids for hours! Legos are a great learning tool for building all kinds of important STEM skills, dexterity, problem solving, and creativity. These Lego storage bricks make really cute Lego storage. Plus, they hold lots of bricks!
This year I decided to grab some of these adorable pastel colored Lego storage bricks for Easter gifts. It didn’t take long to notice that they are totally perfect for building “Easter baskets” for the kids. After all, you can fill these storage bricks with anything you like.
After the holiday, you can use these Lego storage bricks for organizing their Lego collection or storing toys and treasures in their rooms. Need a place for craft supplies? Lego storage bricks are an adorable solution.
Need more Lego storage? You’ll definitely want to check out these Lego storage bricks for kids from Room Copenhagan. They come in lots of sizes and colors, so they’re perfect for a kids room, craft room, or homeschool space.
Easter Basket Ideas
Peek Inside Our Lego Easter Baskets
So what did I put in my Lego Easter baskets? If you’re curious about the goodies I’ll be including in our Easter baskets this year, keep reading to discover some of my favorite new finds:
Little Transfer Books
We are in love with these adorable transfer books! Kids can use a pencil or pen to press on the adorable graphics on each transfer page and create their own magical scenes using lots of imagination and creativity. The books come in themes your kids will love, including fairies, knights, unicorns, and pirates.
New riders will get excited about bicycle bells for their Easter baskets this year. Check out these stainless steel bike bells with fun animal characters your kids will love. There are dinosaurs, panda bears, and puppy dogs in all kinds of fun colors to match your child’s bike this year.
Yum Earth Gummies
These allergy friendly vegan Yum Earth gummies are a great alternative to the excess sugar and red 40 you’ll find in traditional gummies. Plus, this year they come in adorable bunny shapes that are perfect for stuffing inside plastic eggs and Easter baskets. It’s a sweet treat you can feel good about putting in your Lego brick basket this year.
We have fallen in love with these flavored marshmallow treats! They come in so many delicious flavors. I’m a big fan of the mint chocolate chip flavor. You can find these sweet treats on Amazon for a fun marshmallow treat that’s gluten free and made from organic cane sugar.
Lego Easter Gift Surprises
Looking for more Lego themed surprises to stuff inside these Lego Easter basket bricks? There are tons of great ideas! You can build and create these Lego themed surprises for your kids or give them the supplies and let them build STEM skills creating their own Lego Easter fun!
Check out these great Lego Easter gift surprises
Easter Brick Headz
Have you seen the new Lego Brick Headz? They’re adorable! Everything you love about minifigures, but you build this larger version with Lego bricks. The new Easter-themed brick headz are a fun budget-friendly addition to your Lego Easter baskets this year.
Here are the Easter themed versions you won’t want to miss:
Lego Easter Baskets Ideas
The Lego storage bricks have been quite popular since they first came out and we’re always looking for ways to help keep Legos contained so this felt like a really fun way to approach Easter this year. The bricks seem to sell quickly and can be a little tricky to track down the exact color(s) you may want so just make sure you plan early and order as soon as you know for sure which ones you would like to go with.
We choose two large white drawers and then two “lunch boxes” I’m not sure we’ll plan to use them as lunch boxes-but for sure they’re perfect for packing up small projects for sleepovers and playdates!
The shredded tissue paper fit perfectly with these boxes and there was more than enough in one of the colored packages to fill both of these baskets so you may not need to get more than one.
We layered in some of the tissue and then set the other goodies inside. We always try to plan ahead for the season to come and personalize items for them individually.
Easter Basket Ideas for Kids
Building Lego Easter Eggs
I love a good STEM building project. This activity will keep your kids busy building with Lego bricks this Easter. You can follow the instructions in this video from #LEGO. The best part? These Lego Easter eggs open up to reveal a tiny surprise inside! You can make them ahead of time and stuff them with treats or let your kids have all the fun this Easter.
Easter Books for Kids
Easter Fun Activity Books
This cute Build Easter Fun Activity Book from Lego comes with all kinds of Easter themed activity pages for your kids to enjoy. Plus, a special Lego minifigure just for the holiday and 3 exclusive Lego building activities too.
Brick Bible for Kids
For a Bible story, your kids will love, try the Brick Bible. Bible stories told by Lego Minifigures keep kids engaged and help them remember important themes in the Christian Easter story. There are lots of different Lego Brick Bible stories, but the Easter Story from the Brick Bible is perfect for your Lego Easter baskets this year.
Lego Candy Treats
There are lots of sweet Lego themed treats you can make to dress up your Lego Easter basket storage bricks too! Plus, when you make these sweet treats at home, you can control the ingredients and avoid anything you’re not comfortable with. Lego chocolate bricks and gummies are a ton of fun to eat and play with.
Check out these fun recipes for creating your own chocolate Lego bricks and Lego gummy snacks:
I’m sure you’re filled with ideas for creating your own magical Lego Easter baskets with storage bricks, Lego sweet treats, and all kinds of surprises!
Easter Lego baskets
Here is a list that covers most of the items we included in these ‘baskets.’
Usborne Fairy book or other Usborne sticker book
Glittery pom poms
Lego storage bricks Square with handle
Airplane or other fun small toys that your child loves.
Bike bell, Sidewalk chalk, or other fun outdoor toy.
Share what you’ll include in your own themed baskets in the comment section. I can’t wait to read your ideas and try a few with my kids this Easter season too.
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