Second, and happily: Getting Ready for a Happy Easter // Smiling Faces // Active Brains
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- Join an Easter egg hunt in your church or your community. Volunteer to help prepare for it. Almost all churches and many community organizations sponsor fun Easter activities.
- Create your own family Easter egg hunt in your neighborhood park, or in your yard or even inside your home. You’ll be surprised and surprised again at the youthful energy.
- You can also find plastic eggs, shell only. Detach part A from part B, place a chocolate piece inside, reattach the two parts and hide the egg. Kids like chocolate better than hard boiled eggs, of course.
- More teaching: help kids learn “Happy Easter” in another language. Some examples: joyeuses Pâques (Fr.) / Frohe Ostern (German) / Felices Pascuas (Sp.) / 复活节快乐 Fùhuó jié kuàilè (Mandarin)
Happy Easter! (March 27, 2016 in many countries.)