The Easter Story
The Easter story is a crucial aspect of the gospel. The resurrection of Jesus confirmed that He truly is the long-awaited Messiah of the Old Testament, the Son of God. It also means that He is still alive today. Helping children understand the importance of Jesus' resurrection is essential to biblical faith. The Easter activities listed below can help kids understand and remember the real meaning of Easter.
The fact that Jesus rose from the dead means He is alive today. This He is Alive! Easter bookmark will remind children of this truth. The picture on the bookmark shows Mary encountering Jesus that morning. Her exclamation, “I have seen the Lord!” is included.Read More ⇨
Early Christians would greet one another with the simple statement “He is risen!” and then respond with “He is risen indeed!” Children can continue this tradition with these He Is Risen Indeed! colorable Easter bookmarks and personalize the bookmark by coloring it.Read More ⇨
“He is risen!” Early Christians would often greet one another with this simple declaration and respond with “He is risen indeed!” Children can maintain this tradition with this He Is Risen! greeting card with cross image and an excerpt from Acts 13:30.Read More ⇨
The simple declaration, “He’s alive!” will remind kids that after accomplishing His redemptive work through the crucifixion, Jesus rose from the dead and is alive today! This greeting card will remind both the giver (children) and the recipient of this historic truth.Read More ⇨
Every lesson from God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers includes a Parents Connect page to help parents or guardians reinforce the lesson at home during the week following the lesson. This is Jesus Is Alive! Parents Connect Page (NT07L5PC). Click on the Get Activity button below to view and/or download the lesson PDF.Read More ⇨
Every lesson from God’s Unfolding Story for Older Preschoolers includes a full-color teaching picture for use in teaching the lesson. This is the teaching picture for Jesus Is Alive! (NT07L5TP). Click on the Get Activity button below to view and/or download the lesson PDF.Read More ⇨