WELCOME TO BREAKFAST@9
SUNDAY 12th APRIL
It's Easter Sunday!!!!!!
Today is Together@10 online!
This weeks drama story brought to you from the the Barrett family
Make an Easter card for a member of your family or next door neighbour.
Or make some Easter bunting to hang around your room.
When you've made your card, please take a photo and send it to so we can put them on our Breakfast@9 Facebook page and on this website.
Game - Egg rolling race
You will need: masking tape, solid eggs (wooden, chocolate or hard-boiled), wooden spoons.
Use masking tape to mark out lanes on the floor, for players to race in, and add start and finish lines.
Give everyone an egg and a wooden spoon. Ask the children to kneel behind the starting line, placing their egg on the line.
When the race begins, players use their spoon to gently guide the egg along their lane to the finishing line.
Players must remain on their knees and only tap their own egg.
The race works well as a relay race.
with your child/children...
What was the most amazing part of the story?
How do you think you would feel if you were one of the women
who visited the tomb?
How can we share the good news that Jesus is alive?
with your young person/young persons
What sort of emotions did the two women go through during the course of the first Easter morning?
How do we share our own good news stories?
How can we share the joy of Easter in a world where news is driven by speculation and personal opinion?
Reflective Activity - Chocolate Prayers
Ensure each person has a foil-wrapped chocolate egg.
Unwrap your egg and carefully save the foil.
Now create a cross using the foil wrapper.
Reflect together on the journey from the cross to the joy of Easter Day.