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Monday, March 23, 2015

True Meaning of Easter Poem (Easter Symbols)

Yesterday I taught a lesson at church, to the Primary children, about Easter.

Here's What I Used:

- 12 plastic eggs from a True Meaning of Easter Egg Hunt
- 3 extra plastic eggs
- a candy bunny, egg, and chick for each child
- a pkg. of small ziplock bags
- cardstock

Here's What I Did:

I hid the eggs around the Primary room before the kids got there (including 3 extras, each with a candy egg, chick, or bunny in it)

When it was time for the lesson, we took turns finding eggs. We would open each egg and talk about what the item inside had to do with Easter. When someone found one of the candies, we would talk about how that item represented new life and that is how it relates to the true meaning of Easter.

At the end of the lesson time, each child got a little bag with one of each of the 3 candies inside as well as a copy of this poem:





Ken and I wrote that poem together at 11:30, the night before church! Thankfully, it still made sense to us in the morning ;) haha If you're interested in using the poem, you can save a copy for yourself by left-clicking on the image above (to see it full-sized) and then right-clicking on it and choosing "save image as", to save it to your computer.

The large one above is 8.5x11".  If you'd like smaller ones for hand outs, you can save the one below (it's 8.5x11" as well, but has 4 of the poems on it)


I'm curious to know if you have any special ways that you've brought the true meaning of Easter into your Easter celebrations- I'd love for you to share any in the comments of this post!

Hope you're having a lovely Monday!


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6 comments:

  1. What a great job on the poem, especially for doing it late at night. Thanks for sharing!!

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  2. Lovely poem and I am impressed that you both wrote it together. I confess that I don't do enough to tie Easter and candy to the true meaning of Easter. Thanks for reminding me to build some of this conversation here this year.

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  3. awwww I love it! Great job! I always come up with stuff late and night and take a final look in the morning too, you just never know!

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  4. Love it! What a beautiful poem. Great job Heather!

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  5. This is such a cute poem, perfect for Easter!

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  6. STOKED I found your site!! Many thanks for the Easter poem FREEBIE!!! STOKED!!!

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~Heather Lynne

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