Easter is one of my favorite holidays. In the midst of Easter bunnies and Easter egg hunts, the true meaning of Easter often gets lost. My boys partake in all those activities too but Easter is essentially about Jesus’s death and resurrection! It’s a time to ponder and reflect on redemption, grace and unconditional love!
A friend gifted us the resurrection eggs 3 years ago and it has become a staple in our Easter tradition. The resurrection eggs are a delightful way to teach children about the meaning of Easter. Being a teacher, I love that it’s hands on and interactive. The kit comes with 12 plastic eggs and mini figurines related to the Easter Story. It also comes with a book that you can read along that explains the contents of each egg. My boys look forward to resurrection eggs every Easter. If you have little children, I’d highly recommend the resurrection eggs.
Here are a few other resources for Easter that we are going to be incorporating this year:
- If you’d like to make the Resurrection Eggs yourself, Amy at Wildflower Ramblings has a diy version of the Easter eggs.
- Every Star is Different has some great Easter themed Biblical activities that’d be great for young children. I’m planning on using the Who Am I cards with my boys.
- Resurrection Garden by There’s just one mommy makes the whole story of Resurrection alive and meaningful.
- Resurrection Rolls by Give Peas A Chance. A great tangible way to understand Christ’s resurrection.
Have a wonderful Easter!
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