Resurrection Eggs are a meaningful and fun way to tell the story of Easter. I made this set of Resurrection Eggs for my kids last year using plastic eggs and filling them with miniature props. I even used it at church last year and the kids listened intently.
This year, I wanted to replicate this for the kids at church but it can be tricky finding plastic eggs in Singapore, not to mention, costly. So I decided to create a printable version of the Resurrection Eggs.
:: The image is at the back and the verses are sandwiched in the middle ::
I thought this might be useful for other families who might want to use it as a story prop. So here is the free printable with the links below.
I hope you like this meaningful and fun Easter activity.
Step 1: Cut out the Egg shapes
Step 2: Lay out Page 1 then Page 2 and for the verses on Page 3, flip them around.
Step 3: Punch a hole at the top using a hole puncher
Step 4: Fasten the 'Eggs' together using a paper fastener.
Happy Resurrection Sunday everyone!