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How to Make the Resurrection Eggs
Watch the video to see what we have inside of our eggs:
Inside each egg, write/type out the scripture listed below on small strips of paper and put the small item inside the egg.
I like to hide the eggs around the room for the kids to find. Once they find them all, you can take turns opening them and reading the scripture, and showing the object that is inside.
The final egg is empty, representing the empty tomb of Christ. It is a beautiful and memorable object lesson for kids during Easter or anytime you want to teach about the story of Christ’s resurrection.
You could also have the Resurrection eggs be a matching game, where you have to match the prop with the scripture. Read the scripture, and let kids pick the object they think it fits with the best.
You can use an old egg carton to store the eggs.
Download the Scriptures for the Resurrection Eggs:
Scriptures and Objects for the Resurrection Eggs