It's so easy to get wrapped up in the egg hunts and Easter Bunny basket planning, that planning intentional activities and time to teach your kids the true meaning of Easter can often get overlooked. Here are some simple, easy ideas that you can use this weekend to teach your kids the true meaning of Easter!
2. Engage your kids and make an Easter Story Wreath. They'll enjoy coloring and creating and you can talk through each part of the Easter story as you assemble the wreath. Head to Wee Little Miracles to get free downloads and the tutorial.
3. These printable Easter conversation cards are a great mix of fun, yet meaningful conversations to have with your whole family! You can print and let the kids embellish with color while you prep the family meal.
4. Life Tree Family has assembled a wonderful packet full of ideas and activities for engaging your kids in learning the Easter story. Download the packet here.
5. We couldn't not recommend the popular Resurrection Egg activity. It's a bit more involved to prep for, but it's definitely one that will grab kid's attention and ensure they're focused more on Jesus and less on Easter egg candy. We love happy home fairy's post and resources on this activity.
Shared materials are a thing of the past this school year so we've been getting creative with ways to make individual learning resources with our products. In this blog we share how to use ourStoryBricks® andPeel 'n Stick Baseplates to turn a small $1 container into a multi-purpose learning box which fits conveniently inside a student's desk.
Hoping to give your kids a great play table to create on whilst also solving the never-ending problem of storing building bricks? We've got a great IKEA hack for you which ticks both play and storage boxes!