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The Forgotten Rabbit Tale has launched. It’ a fun story to read as a family. What would make it better? How about some accompanying activities for kids?!
Activities for Kids: Handout for Group Events
The book was written to bring the Easter story back into our holiday activities. The accompanying activity handout can be used in group settings such as Sunday school, church youth events, and religious education activities. The FREE handout includes:
- A schedule for a book reading
- Discussion questions for children
- Easter egg dye activity
Click the photo below for the handout
See a step-by-step tutorial for the egg dye
The kids and I had a mostly fun time filming this video for you all. I have a much greater appreciation for all those people working in the food blog industry. It’s not as easy as it looks!
Many of you watching the video are likely “sheltering-in-place” at home due to COVID-19. If you do not have some of the items used to create the dye, no worries! Experiment with plants or veggies and fruits that have seen better days. Take a walk around the yard and see what you can find! Also, we found that some of the dyes were still very vibrant without vinegar, such as the Tumeric.
Here are a few coloring pages to keep little hands busy!
Click on the image below for FREE coloring pages. You can also discuss the book with questions listed in the handout.
Interested in reading how “The Forgotten Rabbit Tale” came to be? Check out this blog post.
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