With Easter just a couple of weeks away, I thought it time to find some great Easter baskets and Easter Basket fillers for all geeky kids. Unsurprisingly, Star Wars seems to be the most common theme this year but I did manage to find some other great Easter Basket ideas for you.
Easter Basket Fillers for Geeks
Lego is always a big hit with kids at any time and these small Lego Star Wars & Lego Superheroes fit the bill perfectly as Easter basket gifts for kids and grown-ups!
There are loads of small Star Wars gifts available which will fit nicely in a Star Wars Theme Easter Gift Basket – I think my favorite is the Star Wars Chocolate Bunny Stormtrooper though! There’s a variety of plastic filled eggs including Spiderman and Marvel Avengers as well as Darth Vader head shaped candy ‘eggs’.
Star Wars Darth Vader Head Candy Filled Eggs, 3 Spider-Man Plastic Surprise Eggs with Candy, Sticker, & SurpriseMarvel Avengers & Spiderman Jumbo EggsStar Wars Easter Chocolate Bunny Stormtrooper, 4.4 ozStar Wars Figure Hanger Mystery PackStar Wars Set Captain Phasma & Kylo Ren
This Superhero Easter Egg decorating craft kit is really cute and if Easter turns out to have bad weather, might be a perfect gift to keep your kids quiet and happy for a while. I’m not sure the captain America candy bowl holder is really an Easter thing but he looked so good, I just had to include him!
Geeky Easter Baskets to Fill
If you like to make up your own Easter baskets to fill, these geeky baskets are sure to help with your theme. The Spiderman and Yoda plush Easter baskets were popular last year but I have a soft spot for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles basket.
Despicable Me Medium Figural Plastic BucketStar Wars Episode Popcorn Tub/ Easter BasketStar Wars Yoda Plush Basket, MediumSpider-Man Plush Basket, JumboTeenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Easter BucketMarvel Avengers Assemble Small Plush Easter Basket
Ready Made Easter Baskets & Gift Sets for Geeks
If you’re running out of time & patience, these pre-made Easter gift basket sets might be just the answer you’re looking for. There are four different Star Wars ones, Super Mario, Marvel Avengers and two different zombie themed Easter baskets too. Read the descriptions carefully though – some have very small items which may not be suitable for very young children.
Marvel Avengers Candy & Toy Filled Easter BasketStar Wars Gift Basket with Darth Vader Plush & More Super Mario Brothers 15pc Pre-Filled Easter Basket. Star Wars Easter Gift BasketStar Wars Easter Basket with Eggs, Puzzle, Journal, Stickers, Figures & MoreThe Dark Side Star Wars Easter Basket & CandyZombie Apocalypse Survival Easter Gift Basket Plants Vs Zombies Toy and Candy Easter Gift Basket
If you want a less specific but still geeky Easter basket, these solar powered dancing bunnies and lambs might work for you. Available in blue, pink and yellow, they are super cute and lots of fun for the little ones.
More Easter Gift Basket Fillers for Geeks
Just in case you’re running out of ideas for your Easter gift basket, here are a few more fillers for you! I think the nerdy Easter chick is perfect as a little extra gift but I absolutely love these Emojii Easter eggs and even better, they are a set of 24 eggs! Enough for even the most ravenous little monsters at Easter time!
Last but not least are these Lego Easter theme kits – the Lego Easter basket and the Lego Easter bunny are both regulars in our Easter posts and always sell well so I guess they are popular! This set of 6 eggs are also filled with small building brick toys – each one is different and builds some kind of vehicle – there’s a police car, a helicopter and an airplane to name just a few.
If you need more suggestions for your Easter basket this year, check out our other Easter posts from last year – you should be able to find loads of great Easter basket gift ideas there.
- Fun Geeky Easter Gift Ideas for Kids
- Great Gift Ideas for a Star Wars Easter Basket
- Creepy Easter Bunny Gift Ideas for Zombie Fans
- Fun Easter Basket Ideas for Young Geeks
For older kids or even adults with a sweet tooth – how about a monthly candy box subscription instead? I know I’d love a regular supply of great candy & not just for Easter!