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Easter Challenge


Easter is the celebration of Jesus Christ’s rising from the dead (His Resurrection) after His crucifixion which took place on what we now term Good Friday.

Easter is usually celebrated on the first Sunday after the full moon following the Vernal or Spring Equinox on March 21st. This can be any Sunday between March 22nd and April 25th. It is the most sacred of all the Christian holidays or celebrations. This year Easter Sunday is 12th April

Christ’s return (or rising) from death is called the Resurrection. According to the scriptures, Christ’s tomb was empty three days after His death, which is commemorated on Good Friday. His followers saw Him and talked to Him after this. Christians therefore believe that they have the hope of a new life (an everlasting life in Heaven) after their earthly death

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Easter Challenge 1

Can you create your own Easter Bonnet?

Be as creative as you can. We have added a video giving you some ideas and inspirations.

Once you have made you Easter Bonnet can your adult take a photo of you and send it into Mrs Rayet, so we can everyone's creations together.

Easter hats ideas

Easter hats ideas

Easter Challenge 2

Can you follow the recipe below and create your own Chocolate Easter Nests. Don't forget to wash your hands carefully before you start.

This is a great activity you can do with your adult. Remember to be careful as some of ingredients will be hot.

Once you have finished get your adult to send a picture to Mrs Rayet for us to all share together.

Have fun Chefs!!

How to Make Chocolate Nest Easter Cakes | Tesco Food

Try out this easy chocolate nest recipe that the kids will love to make and eat. Topped with chocolate eggs, these are perfect for easter or as edible gifts ...

Easter Challenge 3


Can you design your own Easter Egg? Be as creative as you want to be. What about drawing some repeating patterns onto it for example it could be repeating colours or repeating shapes.

When you have finished your Easter Egg get your adult to send it to Mrs Rayet so we can share your creation with everyone

Easter Challenge 4


Can you create your own Easter card for a member of your family that you miss at the moment. Be as creative as you want to be. Have a look around your house what do you have that you can use on your card. 

Inside the card can you use your phonics to write your card. Can you write your own name so they know who it is from. 

Once you have finished get your adult to take a picture of your card and send it to Mrs Rayet so we can share all of your ideas and creations.



All the staff in Nursery would love to wish you all a

Very Happy Easter