This unusual Easter is providing us with new opportunities for home discipleship.
We want to help you. We have curated some resources for your children and family to help celebrate Easter.
Faith Family Features showcases the Ledtke family. The Ledtke family shares about Resurrection Eggs and other fun Easter crafts they enjoy. Liz reads a story out of The Jesus Storybook Bible. And then make sure to watch Patrick Ledtke bring to life the story from Matthew 28:1-10 where Jesus encounters Mary Magdalene at the tomb using Legos in his first stop motion animation feature.
You don't want to miss The Empty Tomb!
The Gospel Project, the curriculum we use in our Elementary Learning Hour, has some wonderful resources to use with your family this Easter. These free resources include activity ideas for all ages, along with a leader's guide and ideas on how to make an Easter Event in the midst of being at home. Check out the ideas at the link below.
The Gospel Project Leader's Guides for younger and older children are posted with the video,
Jesus Crucification and Resurrection.
The Orange Kids Team has created Easter Experiences for kids of all ages. As you scroll down, you'll find video experiences
for different age groups. These offer age appropriate worship, Scripture, stories, and silly skits to engage your child in an
Easter celebration. Each video has an accompanying Parent's Guide for more ideas of activities, talking points,
Scripture, and prayer prompts.
Just a few resources to help you create a memorable and meaningful Easter celebration at home with your children.