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christine bamford January 31, 2012 at 6:50 am

I am a Sunday school leader, was struggling to find a way of telling Good Friday/Easter to children. The egg idea is brilliant. I will adapt it not use eggs, but draw eggs on paper and things you suggest, as we have a board in church for children’s work. This will be wonderful

David Peach January 31, 2012 at 9:14 am

Christine, I am glad this helped. There are many variations on the 12 eggs activity that you can find around the Internet. I just compiled a list of 12 items that I thought I would use. But there are many other items and teaching points you can substitute in. 12 works out because you can put all the eggs in a dozen egg holder.

You could have your children all bring in an egg holder and you supply them with the empty eggs. Then give them a list of what they need to bring to fill up the eggs a week or two before. They can bring their own egg contents in preparation for Easter. Of course, you would want to have extras of each item for visitors and those who could not find everything they needed at home.

I am glad this can be a help to you.

Pam February 1, 2012 at 5:37 pm

David, this is a great resource. I especially love how you have brought Jonah into Easter! Great, great idea. Well done.

Tonya April 4, 2012 at 9:10 am

I also have used the homemade Resurrection Eggs. A fun teaching tool, both in the making and in opening them each year.

john January 22, 2018 at 11:26 am

This website is very good to teach kids about Easter. I have also a website about Easter poems.

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