Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Bible says that three days after the crucifixion of Jesus, he rose from the dead; his tomb found empty. Christians gather to celebrate the life of Jesus and give thanks for what he did.
If you’re not religious, however, you may find yourself celebrating Easter regardless. Possibly, your family members are religious and celebrate their homes that you attend every year. Or, maybe, your children are overjoyed at the sight of huge baskets full of candy. When you visit the mall, you’ll find an Easter bunny in front of a beautiful, spring-colored background ready to take photos with your children. The smiles children have when their excited are worth buying that sugar-filled Easter basket for them.
Are you looking for some activities to entertain your children or your family with this Easter Sunday?
Keep reading for lots of fun ideas.
If you’re not one to celebrate Easter, you can use Sunday as a day to embrace the warm weather that is approaching us! Yay for Springtime!
By: KayLynn P.
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