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Have fun studying the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ with this Resurrection Eggs Lapbook.

What are Resurrections Eggs? A dozen colorful Easter eggs containing simple objects can be a hands on way for teaching children about Jesus' death and resurrection.

Hidden inside each plastic Easter egg are everyday objects that represent the events of Jesus' death and resurrection. A small stone, for example, signifies the stone rolled across Jesus' tomb.

Parents or teachers usually read or explain a Gospel passage as each egg is opened and the object is examined.

Some objects and their symbols can include:
Bread: Jesus broke bread and thus gave up his body for us.
Dime or "play" silver coin: Judas betrayed Jesus for 30 pieces of silver.
Thorn or twig: Jesus wore a crown of thorns before going on trial before Pontius Pilate.

So this lapbook is based on the idea of Resurrection Eggs.

In this lapbook you get twelve eggs, each egg is made into an accordion booklet. There is a picture of the object your child glues inside the egg as well as a scripture that your child can cut out and glue inside the egg or write the scripture themselves if they choose.

Along with each egg is more information about the object/ event mentioned in the egg and you can choose to read it and go over with your child or not.

Also, included are instructions to make the lapbook.


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May 10th, 2013
Awesome lapbook! It was the first one we ever made! It tied in well with the "Resurrection Eggs" kit, and "Benjamin's Box." There was a lot of cutting for my Kindergartener, so I had to help her. We cut on one day, then put the book [...]
April 13th, 2012
My kids and I loved this! Very neat to emphasize Easter:) [...]
September 12th, 2011
All my kids worked on this for about a month before Easter, we did one Egg a day. It was such a great learning experience! This was also our first attempt at lapbooking and we loved it! [...]
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September 28, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on March 25, 2011.