Easter Story Eggs

  • Just for today, ask each family member to make a paper Easter Egg for a neighbor. Discuss: “How many cards will we need to make if each one of us does an Easter Egg card?” Share which scripture passages might inspire your neighbor. Discuss who will be designing for which neighbor.
  • Materials: pass out colored paper, crayons, scissors and pencils. Let’s get started: Invite them to draft their Easter Egg card in their learning journal. Help each other with spelling and design.
  • Next: When all the cards are completed, ask everyone to gather for a prayer for your neighbors (encourage everyone to hold their hands over the cards as you pray).
  • Secretly take the cards to your neighbors, ring their doorbell, and run to a spot where they won’t see you… Blessings to all!

Published by Bkd4success

Inspired Learning: Booked for Success wants to spread our message of hope and compassion. We believe that a single action can make a difference in the lives of our learners, in our community, and that our collective action can greatly impact the future for every learner. Through advocacy, individualized support, and educational activities, our team works tirelessly each day to contribute their part to the successful partnership with our parents/guardians.

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