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Easter Traditions~Resurrection Eggs

March 19, 2018

 

Want something fun and life-giving to do with your kids this Easter? Make Resurrection Eggs your new Easter tradition!

 

Easter is just around the corner! It is so easy to get sidetracked with life's to-do lists, that we miss the opportunity to teach our children about Christ's resurrection. Easter is the most attended church service of the year, so clearly, many people understand the significance. However, teaching the Easter story at home, with a hands-on activity will make a significant impact.

 

Approximately 20 years ago, one of my dear friends gave me a set of Resurrection eggs she had made. The joy it gave my family each Easter prompted me to make them and give them to others every year. 

 

I am giving YOU the instructions to make your own. These instructions are not set in stone; have fun, be creative, and find things that represent each concept in the Easter story. Mine vary depending what I can find that year.

 

Open the eggs in order, starting at 1. We sit around a circle and keep going around a circle letting each person have a turn until all the eggs are opened.

 

To make your own, buy 12 plastic eggs, the larger size. Remember to get things which will fit inside the egg you bought. Click here to get the papers to put inside your eggs!

 

Egg #1 Palm Branch

 

I find anything at a craft store that resembles a palm branch. I usually buy something that I cut into small pieces. 

 Egg #2 Scroll 

 

I buy dowels at any home improvement store and cut them into short segments. The greatest commandment is provided for free HERE which you can download and print. Cut into strips to make several scrolls or just one. I just use a basic school glue to attach the paper to the dowels. Let them dry overnight and then roll up from both sides and put a rubber band around it.