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Resurrection Eggs Printable & Resurrection Rolls Recipe

Resurrection Eggs Printable & Resurrection Rolls Recipe

This blog post has been written for over a week, but I haven’t had a chance to share it with you.  WHY?  I’ve been putting the finishing touches on my book that’s going to print this coming month. Yep, Approaches to Christian Homeschooling will be available in paperback. I’ll keep you posted when it is available.  In the meantime, here’s another Easter activity with Easter crafts, Resurrection Eggs Printable & my Resurrection Rolls recipe.

On the second day of Bible school, we used Resurrection eggs as our Bible story. Abigayle passed out the plastic egg and let each child open their egg when asked. For each egg, Abigayle read the Scripture reference and told the story.  You can get your Resurrection eggs printable here.

FREE Resurrection Eggs printable with Easter Bible Verses from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

Then, we worked on today’s memory verse: Romans 10:9.  After practicing the verse, we made a Holy Week Banner.

Holy Week Banner - Easter crafts for kids from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

The kids can put the symbol on their banner each day of Holy Week.  As homeschoolers, you can have your kids make their own banner.  On each day of Holy Week, your kids can place the symbol on their banner. It’s the beginning of a discussion of each event of Holy Week.

Resurrection rolls recipe - great object lesson for Easter from HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

For our snack, we had Resurrection Rolls. We demonstrated how to make these by wrapping bread dough around a large marshmallow. When you bake the rolls, the marshmallow melts, leaving a hollow hole like the empty tomb. If you want my Resurrection Rolls Recipe, you can get it here.

I let some of the kids look inside the roll to see what is in it.  Jordan said, “nada”, or nothing. Cristian looked & said, “Jesus”. We laughed and reminded him that Jesus was no longer in the tomb.  We discussed how Jesus is no longer dead, but alive. Then, we talked about worshipping a living God.

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Easy Soft Pretzel Recipe {Monday Meals}

Easy Soft Pretzel Recipe {Monday Meals}

In our SHIP El Salvador Bible school last week, I discovered that the pretzel is the symbol of prayer. So, we used pretzels as a snack in our Palm Sunday lesson with the kids.  In our Palm Sunday lesson, we talked about ways to worship God, which includes prayer. These pretzels are super-easy to make…. Continue Reading

Palm Sunday Lesson for Kids

I just returned from a week-long mission trip in El Salvador. We had Bible School for 3 days and I want to share some of the lessons we did, so you can use some of these ideas in your homeschool this week. If you’re looking for a Bible study for Easter, you might like Skies… Continue Reading

Palm Sunday Crafts

Palm Sunday Crafts

We had so much fun yesterday in Bible school at SHIP El Salvador. Why? The kids got to paint with their feet, hands & fingers as they made their Palm Sunday Crafts. Even though we did this Palm Sunday craft with a group of kids, you can do it in your homeschool. If you’re looking… Continue Reading

I’m Offering It Again – Natural Solutions to Keep Your Family Healthy

In February, I hosted an online workshop about natural solutions to keeping your family healthy. Unfortunately, we had many technical problems and lots of you were unable to hear the information. So, I’m hosting another LIVE workshop next Tuesday. If you’re wondering if you should attend, think about this . . . . Do you… Continue Reading

Low Fat Chicken Recipes – Pecan Chicken Salad {Monday Meals}

Low Fat Chicken Recipes – Pecan Chicken Salad {Monday Meals}

I’ve been inspired to try some new recipes, recently.  I found a chicken taco recipe in Southern Living and decided to adapt it to Pecan Chicken Salad. I’m excited to add it to my low fat chicken recipes, as I’ve been trying to watch my weight. Steve & I enjoyed this so much. It was… Continue Reading

Spring Cleaning & Homeschoolers {Weekend Links}

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St Patricks Day Activities for Kids & Recipes

St Patricks Day Activities for Kids & Recipes

Well, St. Patricks Day is in 1 week…next Tuesday!  How will you tie-in St Patrick’s Day with your homeschool? Here are several St Patricks Day activities for kids and a few delicious recipes. Enjoy! St Patricks Day Activities for Kids  (Reading, Writing, Math, Notebooking, Printables) St Patricks Day Activities: Lucky Charms Graph Happy St Patrick’s… Continue Reading

St Patricks Day Recipes – Irish Soda Bread {Monday Meals}

St Patricks Day Recipes – Irish Soda Bread {Monday Meals}

A few weeks ago, I tried a new bread recipe.  I thought Irish Soda Bread would be one of a few St Patricks Day recipes to share with you. If I made this again, I would cook it about 5 minutes less.  It wasn’t dry, but I’d like it to be a bit moist. I… Continue Reading

Irish Stew Recipe {Monday Meals}

Irish Stew Recipe {Monday Meals}

I cooked this Irish Stew recipe for St Patrick’s Day last year. It was a cold day & perfect comfort food.  If there’s still a chill in the air where you live, try this Irish Stew recipe – your family will love it. Simmer 1 hour Simmer another hour When I serve the Irish stew… Continue Reading