Made a cross for the wall out of brown kraft paper:
Daddy told the Easter story and we let the girls touch each of these things to help experience it:
We did the Wordless Book and song to go with. Then, made a "tomb" out of couch cushions:
Saturday morning, we made these Resurrection Biscuits. They were both yummy and meaningful in sharing the story of Easter. This will become an annual tradition in our home.
Sunday morning, I served cinnamon rolls baked in the shape of a cross (sort of): And, we read a board book telling the Easter story.
Overall, I think the girls sensed the special-ness of the weekend and noticed the extra effort we were putting into celebrating it. While I know that Easter and what it truly stands for is pretty over their heads at this point, I would love them to never remember a time they didn't know it!