This is Day 84 of the Green in 365 series!
Today I want to share a few more resources for celebrating Easter this coming Sunday. So far we’ve covered natural and homemade Easter gifts, green Easter baskets, and Easter crafts using supplies you have at home.
Our family celebrates Easter as the resurrection of Jesus Christ three days after his death on the cross, and it’s important to us that our children understand the importance of that above the gifts, treats and baskets that they receive. I’ve come across some great resources this year for celebrating and teaching our children the true meaning of Easter.
Using a Nature Plate to Tell the Story of Easter from Red and Honey – This is a simple reminder for the days leading up to Easter to encourage conversations with children about the true meaning of Easter. Even though there is less than a week left, you could still incorporate a nature plate into your Easter celebration.
10 Religious Easter Basket Ideas from Simply Rebekah – If you’re still looking for some meaningful gifts to put in Easter baskets this year, this is a great list of ideas!
Resurrection Eggs from day 2 day joys – I love this idea of filling each egg with a symbol of Jesus’ death and resurrection as a way to talk to children about the Easter story.
Easter Resurrection Garden from The Encouraging Home – I think we’re a little to late to grow one of these gardens this year, but I really like this visual representation of an Easter garden.
How do you visually celebrate Easter with your family?
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