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Easter Gift Ideas for Kids

 

Easter is just around the corner and soon you’ll be preparing those baskets for your little ones. While a few chocolates are a given, each year I try and include some equally sweet yet non-edible Easter Gift Ideas for Kids. Always a hit with my 3 girls, DVD’s are a great gifting idea. The kids are always so excited to get new DVD’s and as a perk, the novelty lasts a lot longer than dollor-store toys .

So, I have a coupole of DVD suggestions this year, Two of Nickelodeon’s Hit Series Return to DVD This Spring with Two Exciting Collections! As well, the bonus of the stickers means that you don’t have to buy separate ones for the basket, a double deal!

Go on egg-citing adventures with Dora and celebrate the seasons with Max & Ruby this spring with the releases of Dora’s Easter Collection and Max & Ruby: A Bunny For Every Season.

In Dora’s new two-disc collection, enjoy over three hours of Easter adventures in this perfect Easter gift. FREE Easter stickers are available inside for a limited time only. Then, in Max and Ruby’s first ever multi-feature DVD collection, enjoy over four hours of seasonal favorites for year-round fun and save $3 on the DVD when you visit NickelodeonDVDCoupon.com.

 

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Dora’s Easter Collection

Get ready for twice the Easter Adventure in this two-disc collection, featuring eight egg-citing springtime adventures from the Dora’s Easter Adventure and Dora Egg Hunt DVDs! First, help Dora and Boots save Easter! The Hip-Hop-Bunny is bringing all the eggs to Dora and friends’ big Easter Egg Hunt, but when sneaky Swiper swipes his basket, Dora and Boots need your help on an adventure to make sure it’s a “hop-hop-hoppy Easter” for all! Plus, go back to Dora’s first Easter Egg Hunt to help Dora and Boots find the Big Yellow Egg with a prize inside! All this and more in this DVD full of egg-cellent adventures to explore!

Fast Facts:     
Street Date: February 19, 2013
DVD SRP: $19.99

 

Max-And-Ruby-A-Bunny-For-Every-SeasonMax & Ruby: A Bunny For Every Season
Enjoy the four seasons in East Bunnyhop with Max and Ruby! Spring into the spring season with Max and Ruby as they hunt for Easter eggs, camp outside, go bird watching, and more. Soak up the summer sun as Max and Ruby work a lemonade stand, fly kites, and put on a backyard magic show. Fall into a Halloween season full of some tricks…and even more treats! Spend a funny bunny winter building snow bunnies, sledding, and celebrating Christmas and New Year’s Eve too! With 48 sweet bunny stories, Max and Ruby will do lots of things all year long – except agree!

Fast Facts:      
Street Date: March 12, 2013
DVD SRP: $26.99

 

Disclosure: I received product to facilitate this review, all opinions are my own.

 

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22 Comments

    1. I think it’s so cute! My girls are 4.5 and I thought they would have outgrown them by now, but they haven’t. And yes, I admit to singing along to the theme song! lol

    1. I believe it Maria! My 8yo says she doesn’t like it, but I catch her watching from time to time. Ha!

  1. My niece and nephew would love these. I always liked Dora for my toddlers. She is still going strong!

    1. I give a lot of credit to Dora, that was a brilliant character to create. And, I’m not just saying this because she’s taught me {and us} some Spanish! 😉

  2. I have to admit that I cannot stand Dora or MAx & Ruby. We set a rule in our house a long time ago that our kids would not be allowed to watch treehouse and since Dinsey Juniour started that is what they watch now.

  3. The Dora one looks so cute. I have to admit I can’t stand Max and Ruby. It drives me crazy that Ruby always bosses Max around and acts like his mother. Where is their mother?!?!

  4. Our son would love Max and Ruby, didn’t even think about getting him a new DVD for Easter, good idea!

  5. for easter the bunny always hid the treats and left some in the basket, he knew my kids preferred easter toys to easter candy so there were always bubbles, skipping rope, colouring book and a movie. great little movies for the easter bunny to leave in the kiddies baskets.

  6. Thanks for the ideas. My 7 year old has outgrown Dora but she still enjoys watching Max and Ruby every morning before school. I must admit I like to watch along from time to time.

  7. I never know what to buy the kids for Easter. Thanks for the great ideas! I don’t like just giving them chocolate either and they always sell such cheap toys that don’t last very long at all.

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