Projects and Activities for a Christ-Centered Easter


Easter....spring 2009 007

Easter is only a few weeks away. Here are a few fun ways you can focus your children’s attention to the Resurrection. We have enjoyed these over the years. As you work on these together, take some time to ask your children about Easter. What do they think it means? Talk about the significance of the empty tomb you are making. Do they know what ‘resurrection’ means? It’s a great opportunity to discuss and ask questions together.  

Resurrection Rollsresurrection rolls

Make An Empty Tomb:tomb

Easter Cookies with a Gospel Message (free printable included)Easter....spring 2009 007 - Copy

Make a Resurrection Gardenresurrection-garden-300x300

Springtime Nests: (These are more Spring-ish than Easter, but i thought I’d include it in the list)Character-Concepts-springtime-nests-300x299

 –Easter Story Cookies- Even the Ingredients Are Symbolic

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Marilyn is wife to Rick, Mom to 14 children, Nana to 22 grandchildren (and counting!) and homeschooler for 37 years. She and her husband own Character Concepts which they started for the purpose of helping others raise children with a strong, godly character and Biblical worldview.They have developed character curriculum from preschool through high school, based on what they found worked when teaching their own 14 children over the years. Her passion is to help young moms raise kids of character and enjoy the journey!

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