Braided Easter Egg Bread

Braided Easter Egg Bread

Hey Kids:   Easter is only a few weeks away. This would be a great opportunity to make Braided Easter Egg Bread. You can watch the yeast change and grow the flour as well as present an unusual loaf of great tasting bread on your Easter table. There are many opportunities to use this bread as a witnessing tool as friends and family talk about the reason for Easter. Making bread is a lot like playing with play dough. After mixing the recipe, kneading is folding, pushing, folding, and pushing over and over to make sure the gluten is stretchy. That’s not exactly a good technical, scientific explanation, but the dough will look and feel stretchy. After the dough rises to double it’s original size, punch it down and cut the dough in half. Play dough time...

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Where Do Easter Eggs Come From?

Where Do Easter Eggs Come From?

Eggs have been used to celebrate Easter for a very long time. There are a lot of reasons for using eggs to celebrate the day Jesus became alive again after he died. An egg has three sections, the outer shell, the white inside and the yellow center, but is one living thing like the Trinity. Some people use also plastic or empty eggs to show that Jesus’ grave was empty when he came back to life.

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Family Portraits

Family Portraits

God gave us our families! Esther had Mordecai in her family. Mordecai was a big help to his niece, Esther. We have families to love us, protect us, and teach us. Who is in your family? Draw their pictures on this album page.

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