All of us strive to celebrate our Savior’s resurrection in ways that reflect the incredible sacrifice Christ made for us. But it’s becoming more challenging by the year to help our children understand what Easter really means when the cross is buried under a pile of ads for candy and toys, dresses and dvds, bunnies and eggs.
We wanted to share a few ideas for creating family traditions that will help to anchor our children’s understanding of Christ’s death and resurrection.
@Women Living Well Ministries
Resurrection Rolls, Easter Story Cookies and Resurrection Eggs
@Impress Your Kids
Resurrection Garden and a long list of child-centered Easter activities in the comments
A snack with a story
And here is a great explanation of what God did for us at Easter that children will be able to understand… by the wonderful folks at Veggie Tales:
Happy Resurrection Day!