Sunday, April 4, 2010

Happy Easter Everyone!

Here's an Easter Egg Hunt with Real Meaning!
Fill 12 Eggs with the contents listed below.
(You can use the pictures included in the PDF File,
or the actual thing.)
Write a number on each of the plastic eggs.
Send the family out to find the eggs.
Don't open them until each of the 12 Eggs
have been found.
Once the eggs have been found:
Take turns opening them starting with #1.
Show the symbol and then read the scripture
that goes along with it.
Continue through all 12 Eggs.
You may want to take the opportunity to
bear your Testimony to your family
after the last egg.
Egg #1:  3 Dimes
(30 Pieces of Silver)
Egg #2:  A Small Cracker or Piece of Bread
Egg #3:  A Sacrament Cup
(Yep, this is an old one!)
Egg #4:  A Length of Twine
Egg #5:  A Piece of Soap
Egg #6:  A Swatch of Purple Cloth
or a Crown of Thorns.
(One real thorn can be used here.)
Egg #7:  A Nail
Egg #8:  Two Toothpicks or Some Small Sticks
(To represent, casting lots.)
Egg #9:  A Bag of Crushed Rocks and Potting Soil
Egg #10:  Strips of White Cloth
Egg #11:  Spices Tied in a Small Piece of Cloth
Egg #12:  Leave This Egg Empty!
He is not here . . .
We hope you have been able to remember
the Savior this Easter, and to
bear Testimony of His life and mission.

Here's the Egg and Scripture PDF:
Here's the Egg, Scripture, and Picture PDF:


Diane said...

.............................................................We really like your idea but we aren't able to copy it for an Achievement Day Activity for the girls on March 14th. Please email at as how we can copy off the Easter Theme. Thank you for your time.

Prepared Not Scared said...

Google group no longer stores the files but you can still access ALL of the files by going to the 2010 Folders in the top right hand side of the blog. You can do a search in each of the folders to find what you are looking for.
Here are the links to this post:
Here are the links:


Anonymous said...

This is just what I was looking for for Easter! Thank you!

Tammy @ she wears flowers said...

This is wonderful! I adpated it for an activity for the children at our Ward activity on Saturday. Thank you SO much for so generously sharing your hard work.

Tammy @ she wears flowers said...

This is wonderful! I adapted it for an activity for the Primary children at our Ward activity on Saturday. Thank you SO much for generously sharing your hard work!

Anonymous said...

I think I'm going to make this a tradition every year! I've been wanting to do something with more meaning behind it so thank you for all your work!

Carolee said...

Thanks for posting the links to the files. I was looking for a last minute sharing time on Easter. I'm an American expat living in Nigeria and a Primary President. I have no plastic eggs, but decided I could just use your pictures and hide them. Perfect for our small Primary. Thank you!

Kara said...

I was wondering if you know the name of the picture of Christ you use in this post?

Jacinda said...

This is just wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing.

Natalie said...

Thanks so much for posting this idea! I adapted it for a Easter Saturday Primary Activity. I split our primary into four groups and had 4 dozen eggs using your scriptures and pictures. Thanks SO much sharing your hard work!