When my kids turned 5, they each made their own set of Resurrection Eggs. That was over 15 years ago and we still have all 3 sets of Resurrection Eggs to tell the Easter story.
They all loved listening to the Easter story as we opened each egg. As they grew up, they could use the eggs to tell the Easter story.
Each child decorated their egg carton on their own. . . paint, glitter, wallpaper. . . whatever they wanted to use.
I used a Sharpie to number the eggs. Let your child place them in number order for a little reinforcement of their numbers. Fill each egg with appropriate objects to tell Easter story. For example, a cotton ball symbolizes cloud, nail reminds us of Jesus nailed to the cross, and an empty egg means the tomb is empty on Sunday morning.
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Fifteen to twenty years later, we still have our Resurrection Eggs. The egg cartons are waiting for grandkids to visit….someday!
NOTE: I know some moms don’t have time to do this Easter craft. Yep, life gets in the way so go ahead and buy your Resurrection Eggs
Here’s what’s included in the set:
- 1 standard egg carton
- 12 plastic eggs
- 12 symbols (1 inside each egg)
- 1 bilingual storybook (English and Spanish), full color, saddle-stitched paperback
- 1 set of stickers, full color peel and stick
Or have fun with this “He is Risen” Easter Activity Set…perfect for kids of all ages. Includes egg hunt activity with the puzzle pieces and the Bible story book.
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