Easter is just around the corner.
You know what that means: Easter lilies, egg hunts, hollow chocolate bunnies, corsages, and sunrise services.
Unfortunately, with all the family visits, activities, and food prep, the meaning of Easter can be lost on our little ones.
How should we explain the life, death, and resurrection of Christ to our children? What is death, and why did Jesus have to die? For preschoolers and young kids, the abstract understanding of life and death can be difficult for their developing minds to grasp.
In March, we posted about 4 easy ways to prepare your kids for Easter, and we loved your feedback.
So we want to give you a FREE guide for discussing Easter with your children—a full month of resources. Through this partnership with 22:6 Parenting, you’ll receive prayers, conversation starters, drive-time activities, and Bible verses so you can discuss the Easter story with your children in a way that is intentional and organic. These activities are designed to be easy and fit into your already busy schedule. You can do these as you wake, as you drive, during dinnertime, and as you get ready for bed (as described in Deuteronomy 6:7).
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