Easter Resources Round-Up

As spring approaches in the Northern Hemisphere and Autumn here in the Southern I am reminded of the gift of love bestowed upon humanity 2,000 years ago when our Heavenly Father gave His Son so that we may live.  I am gently reminded by the changing seasons that He is faithful and that my Lord has called me to pass on that which I know faithfully to my children. One of the easiest ways to do so is to create family traditions for significant events in the church calendar in order for my children to have ‘pegs’ to hang their faith upon.  So today the Crew would like to share some of the resources they use to bless their families.

Karen @ Tots and Me…Growing Up Together shares

Chareen @ Every Bed of Roses shares

Amy @ Needed in the Home shares Our Favorite Children’s Easter Book – talks about the book, “Love One Another: the last days of Jesus”

Indasa @ Single Parents Homeschooling shares Easter Recipes for Children That Will Make Mama Proud – If you are looking for a way to involve the kids in Easter food prep – minus the headache or frustration, these fun Easter recipes for children are simple and tasty.

Christy @ The Simple Homemaker shares

Dawn @ Schoolin’ Swag shares Easter Resources and Ideas – A list of ideas and resources for Easter including what we do in our home.

Kirsten @ Doodle Mom shares  Easter Egg Decorating without the Mess

Annette @ A Net in Time shares

Suzanne @ Next Door Mama shares Easter Season – We always do the Sense of the Resurrection for Easter. It’s 12 lessons that use one of the five senses to learn about Jesus and Holy Week. This post talks about some of the activities that we did and also gives some book options for books that point your kids to Jesus for Easter.

Kari Lynn @ Ranching with Kids shares Great Easter Books for Children – A summary of some amazing children’s books and activities for Easter.

Kristen @ A Mom’s Quest to Teach shares

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