Easter Gift Ideas For Teenagers

With Easter right around the corner, you may be looking for Easter Gift Ideas For Teenagers. When the kids were young, it was easy to grab a Littlest Pet Shop and a Thomas train. Easter For Teenagers can still be fun but the challenge is real. Check out these Easter gift ideas for the teenagers in your life! With Easter right around the corner, you may be looking for Easter Gift Ideas For Teenagers. When the kids were young, it was easy to grab a Littlest Pet Shop and a Thomas train. Now that they are teenagers, the challenge is real.

Easter Gift Ideas For Teenagers

We’ve always given the kids a gift we know they will use in lieu of the commercialized Easter Basket full of throw away toys and yet another stuffed animal. I like to think of things we would be buying for them this time of year anyway.

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Bible

What a perfect gift for Easter! My son’s hardcover Bible has seen better days. Perhaps it’s time for a lovely Teen Study Bible!

Season Pass

Is there an amusement park or water park nearby? This could be an excellent choice for summer time fun! It’s the gift that keeps on giving.

CityPASS

How about a CityPass for a city nearby? Play tourists in your very own city!

iTunes Gift Card

Because what teenager doesn’t like music? Of course, an iTunes gift card can also be used for movies, books, and apps. There’s something for everyone!

Amazon Gift Card

You can find just about anything at Amazon.  Let those teens have fun shopping online with an Amazon gift card.

Book

A book would be an excellent idea for a long lazy afternoon! Hazel has shared some book ideas on Gift Ideas For 14 Year Old Girls.

Something for an Upcoming Trip

Do you have a vacation planned for summer? How about their very own rolling suitcase as a ‘basket’ filled with things they might need for the trip. Sunscreen, bathing suit, flip flops, summer clothes, a magazine and, of course, snacks would all be excellent choices! Another super cool, yet useful Easter basket idea can be found here. I LOVE the idea, just not sure my two teenagers would actually USE it. You know, the same teenagers that won’t even wear a coat when it’s 32 degrees.

Shoes

How about a new pair of shoes? I have to say, I love Converse and bought myself a pair of these Converse slip ons in navy blue. Guess what? My daughter wears the same size and she has claimed them as her own. It’s been tough keeping my son in shoes and jeans that actually fit this year. The boy is growing like a weed! I just might use Easter as an excuse to buy him a second pair of shoes.Red Converse

Sunglasses

Your teenagers will look stylish wearing these aviator sunglasses!

Swimsuit

We were headed to the pool with friends not long ago and my son couldn’t find his swim trunks anywhere. He wore his PE shorts instead but, when we got to the pool, we discovered his friend was wearing his swim trunks. Ha! Zack had apparently left them at his friends house. We didn’t want to embarrass his friend so we didn’t say a word. My fourteen year old son insists on wearing a swim shirt. Why not make it a sun safe one? I love Coolibar, a company that sells safe sun clothing!

Goggles

Goggles always seem to disappear! Your teenagers will be thankful they have them when it’s time to jump in the pool!

Sun Protective Clothing

A new summer outfit would be a very practical yet festive gift to give. Because I’ve had melanoma, sunblock or sun protective clothing is a must not only for me, but for the teenagers too!

Sun Hat

A sun hat or baseball cap not only gives sun protection but helps your eyes out too!

Spring Pajamas

Soon, very soon, the weather will turn warm and our fleece pajamas will no longer do. How about Spring pajamas?

Smelly Stuff!

Okay, okay! This is certainly not a stand alone. Please don’t give your teenagers a bar of soap for Easter and call it good. It would, however, be an excellent addition to their Easter basket. In our journey to decreasing chemicals in our home, we have found the teenagers approve of this soap!

Treats!

Don’t forget to throw a few of your teen’s favorite treats out on Easter morning! Let’s face it, even though our teenagers KNOW who the Easter bunny is, they still enjoy waking up to a treat and a few eggs Easter morning! These Easter Gift Ideas For Teenagers will set your teenagers up for a Spring full of fun!

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  • kay Mar 24, 2017, 6:59 am

    EGG-xcellent choices Jayleen! 😀 My mom made me an Easter basket until I was 24 and had my son. I loved them! She’d load it with all of my favorite Easter treats, a special Easter plushie, and some other non-consumable items she knew I’d love. I sure did miss them when they stopped, no matter how silly I felt getting them at that age. So I’ve done the same with my son throughout the years. Now that he lives so far away I send him an Easter box instead of a basket. Then he opens it on Skype. When he has children, he’ll still get his. In the meantime, I especially have to check out those Star Wars shorts up there! 🙂

    • Sunshine and Rainy Days Mar 24, 2017, 12:05 pm

      How EGG-citing, Kay! Your mom knew how to treat you right! I LOVE that you and Junior can Skype his Easter box opening! Star Wars is the thing around here! Can’t say I’ve actually sat down and watched a movie but it is often on in the background!

  • Carrie Apr 11, 2017, 5:00 am

    When I buy a gift for my teenage daughter I have to remeber to find something special and to ensure that nobody from her friends get the same one. Every time it’s a little challenge for me. For example, I bought a star from kingdom of universe. She hangs over the bed her certificate of ownership and shows to everybody who visit her 🙂