Easter is a fun-filled time for children, as well as a Christian festival. Here's how the focus on eggs at Easter started and continues.
Tell the story of Jesus' death and resurrection with the help of objects inside 12 plastic eggs. My kids LOVE this tradition, and my husband and I love that they are learning about Jesus!
How to make Disney inspired Easter eggs for Easter. An easy way to decorate your eggs and add some Disney to your Easter!
Tis the season for Easter and Ostara. Here you'll find some humorous text-covered, bizarre, and interesting pictures that I've found over the years.
How to make beautiful non traditional Easter egg decorations that last long after all the jelly beans are gone. Instructions for blowing out the eggs, silk dyeing, hand painting and making decoupage hanging egg ornaments.
Easter is celebrated by many people all over the world in many different ways! Learn about a special Easter tradition and the origins that gave way to the entire holiday.
Don't fall into the trap of pouring bucket-loads of chocolate into plastic eggs, consider alternatives to candy in your child's Easter basket.
Why buy chocolate Easter eggs from the store when you can make your own amazing treats at home? When you have control over the Easter eggs that you make, they're much more special! Here's how.
Nothing is more delectable than the smell of yeast bread baking. Here are two great sweet bread recipes: Russian Easter Bread is finer grained with the traditional candied fruit and Polish Babka, a lighter raisin bread.
Joys and sadness of Easter in the late 19th century as recalled by my uncle Charles Copeland Burg (1889-1961).
Celebrate Easter with this cute bunny! This project uses just basic materials and can be simplified to do with all ages. Or you can add a lot of detail to dress up your bunny for the Easter holiday!
Eggs are everywhere during Easter, and this decadent Pineapple Mousse encased in hollow chocolate eggs is no different. This recipe is perfect for a beginner!
10 fun and interesting facts on Easter for kids and adults to discover and enjoy. Teachers and educators can use this as a starting resource page in the Spring season.
Happy spring! We have 10 ways to help you celebrate. From listening to music to planning a garden, you'll find links and info to keep yourself or the kids busy celebrating the first day of spring.