Easter has become one of the major gift-giving holidays behind Christmas and Thanksgiving.
In 2013, about eight in 10 adult Americans celebrated Easter, and spent an average of $145 on candy, decorations, apparel and food, according to a National Retail Federation survey.
Store shelves are stocked with Easter-themed plush animals, coloring books, toys, candy and chocolate. The Easter Bunny has way more options to fill the modern basket.
“The whole holiday has become broader and become almost a gift-giving holiday especially for kids,” said Frank Guglielmi, retail company Meijer spokesman.
Here are some great Easter gift ideas for kids, regardless of your budget: