Spring has sprung which means that the Easter season is upon us! Young kids absolutely love the idea of the Easter Bunny bringing them treats and will do just about anything to ensure his arrival.
Similar to Christmas time with Elf on the Shelf, we have been using the Easter Bunny as a way to keep our toddler’s behavior under control. We have mentioned a few times that the Easter bunny is watching them and that he’ll only bring a basket of goodies to good boys and girls.
Call it a scare tactic if you must, but it’s one of the only ways to get our kids to behave, so we’re using it!
I designed a letter from the Easter Bunny to give to our children on Easter. You can download the letter below.
Use the letter before Easter to show that your child’s Easter bunny is close by or use it on Easter Day along with their Easter Basket. The choice is yours!
If you’d prefer a personalized letter for your child with their name, you can get one at my Etsy shop here. Just for being a reader, get 25% off the personalized letter with code EB2021 or click here to apply the code.
If you’ve been stumped on what to include in your little one’s Easter Basket, I also have some great ideas for you here. Check out these non-candy alternatives to make your toddler or preschooler’s day when they receive all these goodies in their basket!
My kids absolutely love receiving a new stuffed animal, coloring and drawing activities, and new books.
Also, get them into the Easter holiday spirit with some of these fun Easter activities for toddlers. From egg painting and decorating to rescuing and scooping, you can find dozens of fun activities using Easter eggs and Easter themes here.
I also have Easter printable for toddlers and preschoolers available in my Etsy shop. Grab my Easter Activity Pack with learning activities for matching, coloring, tracing, and more. Available on Etsy and the 25% applies to these items as well – EB2021
I hope you and your family have a fabulous Easter season. Enjoy this free printable Easter Bunny letter and the magic of the holiday while your child is still little!