It is so hard for me to believe that we are only a week away from Easter! March seems to have flown by. I wanted to share a few resources that you can use this week to celebrate Easter and the resurrection of Jesus in your home.
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Knowing that I am probably not the only one that feels like the days are flying by and there are often not enough hours in the day to get it all done, I have tried to highlight activities that do not take a long time. These ideas are not only low prep on your part but packed with powerful lessons.
We often remember to celebrate with young children, but as our children grow into teens, there seem to be fewer options. I have tried to include ideas for all age ranges and some that are great to do together as a family.
- Tauna over at Proverbial Homemaker has this great study, Stories of the Resurrection. This study is designed to be used over 4-8 weeks, but there are parts that can be used over the course of this week and then you would have the study to use more in-depth next year if you chose. It includes devotionals, a hymn study, activity pages, coloring pages, and more.
- This Easter Escape Room is fun for the whole family and a great way to include your teens. It takes less than an hour of time to complete but gets them using their Bibles and focused on Jesus. We did this last week and really enjoyed it.
- I can’t not mention Resurrection Rolls because they are always a favorite. It is a great visual for young children but even my teens enjoy eating them. It only takes a few minutes and it counts as breakfast!
- We love incorporating music into our celebrations, you can do this free hymn study of , “Up From The Grave” and if you have a ChalkPastel.com membership there is a new art lesson designed to accompany it!
- I am planning to include several of the Easter videos from SchoolhouseTeachers.com in our celebration this year. I want to watch The First Easter with my younger boys and The Week that Changed the World with my teens.
You can also check out our Hymn Study page for several other hymns that are appropriate for Easter and our Easter posts from years past for additional activities. There are so many ways to incorporate Easter into our homes and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus. I would love to hear from you about your favorite resources and ideas.
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