Good Friday Fun ! Published on April 2, 2010 under Easter > Good Friday was a GREAT day… Music with the shaker eggs. We dyed Easter Eggs. We decorated our Easter Baskets. We hunted eggs in our neighbors yard. Anna and her mom had made us goodie bags! Jaxson had a LOT of eggs. Geneviette looking REALLY close… Dee gave a few hints. She helped hide eggs. Thanks Dee ! Great picture of Jaden ! Some of our learning activities today… The kids helped me stuff more eggs this morning. We had a LOT ! Enjoy some videos from our day. Share this:EmailTwitterFacebookPinterest Related Articles The Carrot Seed Posted On March 27, 2013 ~ 0 Comments Today we heard the story " The Carrot Seed." There are life lessons for adults as well in this book . Think about it.… Bunny Baskets Posted On April 20, 2011 ~ 0 Comments >While I was off getting this today. The kids were making these ! Easter is almost here ! Posted On April 5, 2012 ~ 0 Comments Which part of the chocolate bunny do you eat first ? Today we ate a chocolate bunny and graphed which part we all like to… 4 Comments Bev March 30, 2010 at 7:16 pm I personally don't address it. Easter, for daycare purposes, is an adjective we put in front of eggs, bunny and candy. Now, as far as my family and sunday school class goes, it's a whole different story. I avoid the religious part of any holiday with the kids, as I don't know the religious beliefs of any of the families. As I don't advertise myself as being a Christian daycare, I don't feel comfortable bringing that in. However, I do know that they all celebrate the secular parts, so we just have fun with that. reply to comment → Sarah March 30, 2010 at 8:47 pm I don't address it either. We do a strictly secular Easter. However, the one book that I could find that explained St. Patrick's Day in simple terms said that St. Patrick "told the Irish people about God." My kids didn't bat an eye. reply to comment → Anonymous March 30, 2010 at 9:43 pm Talking about Easter and beliefs… when a child asks a specific question about a Christian celebration I give a straight forward answer. I never avoid the topic because I wouldn't avoid answering any other question. I do the same thing whenever a group of children (at lunch for example) start talking about God and they share something with me, and it is usually simple but sound doctrine, I assure them that what they say is the truth. There is a meaning for Easter and even if not every person share the belief the meaning and relevance is still Christian. RM reply to comment → Teacher Tom March 31, 2010 at 3:14 am We're always out of school for Easter and I've never had a kid talk about anything other than the secular celebration. reply to comment → Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.