8 Easter Gifts Perfect for Any Basket

by | Mar. 25, 2015

Mormon Life


Mini puzzles for kids

These 12-piece puzzles feature fun and colorful illustrations of Christ. We like how nicely they fit into a church bag—and they're perfect for keeping your children entertained when it's time to stay quiet. Keep things mixed up by switching between all four available puzzles. 

Great book for learning Book of Mormon Names

While reading the Book of Mormon with your family it can get tricky keeping different groups and individuals organized in your head. Ites helps keep identities straight as you study individually or with the family. You may even want to try out the book's matching coloring book and learning cards. Let’s admit it—this isn't just for children. 

Perfect scripture markers

A variety of scripture markers is a great way to get your kids to start identifying parts of the scriptures. These dry highlighters are really impressive because they don’t dry out or bleed through the pages. The fine tip also makes it easy to add insights and notes inside the margins if Mom wants to borrow one during church.


Perfect journal for young women

Treat your young woman to the perfect journal for her personal progress. We love this journal because it’s sleek and perfect for journal entries as well as church notes. It also comes with its own pen, making it easy to take notes anywhere. 

Great CTR bracelet for boys or girls

This CTR bracelet is a great gift for boys or girls. It’s a reminder that they need with a style they will love. It is also adjustable, so it will fit any size of wrist. This is great for any young man or woman. 


great tie bars for your priesthood holder

Dress up your ties with tie bars that represent priesthood standards. The arrow is a reminder to “look upward, and aim high.” The anchor is a reminder to “anchor the priesthood to your soul.” These tie bars look sleek when others see them, and can be a great talking point for those who don't know the meaning behind them. 


Perfect book to starting Christ-centered traditions

Christ-Centered Easter by Emily Belle Freeman 

Start practicing these seven traditions that will lead you and your family closer to Christ. View the Easter story from the Crucifixion to the Resurrection through the eyes of Christ’s disciples. Each chapter includes a first-person narrative, illustrations, and suggestions for Christ-centered Easter traditions. This book is great to buy for your family or to give as a gift. 


Great movie for Easter or FHE

He Knows My Name DVD 

Rebekah is fascinated by the man her neighbors call Jesus, but her mother is not so sure. Until one day Rebekah brings Jesus to her home—a simple act that will forever change her and her mother's lives. 

And if you're looking for something to bring the Spirit of Christ into your home, don't forget about these classic sculptures (although, they probably won't fit in an Easter basket).

Sculpture of The Empty Tomb, perfect for Easter

He is Risen is a unique sculpture that provides a visual reminder of the Resurrection and the assurance we have through Jesus Christ that this life is not the end. It is a meaningful gift and is a beautiful addition to any home. 

Smaller scale version of Christus Statue

Millions have visited the 11-foot Christus on Temple Square and experienced its magnificence. Now bring home your own 12-19 inch Christus. This awe-inspiring cultured marble figure depicts Jesus Christ just as the scriptures describe Him—beckoning to us with open arms, as if saying, “Come unto me.”

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