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Easter Week Fun with the Kids!

April 14 2014
April 14 2014



For those that might be looking for something extra to do with kiddos this week, here are some resources:


* The Story of Jesus for Children (an adaptation of the well-known "Jesus" film). Great overview of the life of Christ and the significance of His death and resurrection.
You can watch it free online here! http://jesusfilmmedia.org/video/1_529-cl-0-0/english/the-story-of-jesus-for-children


* Resurrection rolls are fun to make with your kiddos http://loveteachgrow.wordpress.com/2013/03/25/resurrection-roll-recipe-and-bible-story/


* Here are some printable coloring sheets (listed by content) you can use: http://www.iamthatlady.com/religious-easter-coloring-pages-2/


* Resurrection Eggs are a fun visual to go through the story of Passion week (or you can make your own!): http://www.familychristian.com/catalog/product/view/id/210956/?gclid=CJT1ut-74L0CFchQ7AodfDMAuw



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