Monday, March 24, 2008

Easter Eggs

Eggs have always been considered a symbol of nature's rebirth in the spring. They have naturally taken on added significance at Easter, the rebirth of humankind through Christ's resurrection.

Thus, like most American families, we dyed hard-boiled eggs on Saturday.


We also joined our neighbors on a hunt for plastic eggs,

painted paper eggs,

and poured sugar glaze onto egg-shaped cookies
To see other egg-ity fun, check out this week's unplugged project.

9 comments:

Becky @ Boys Rule My Life said...

Love your eggs! We didn't get to the Unplugged Project... I never really planned on doing eggs this year as the baby is allergic to them and I'm the only one that eats them... I'll live vicariously through you!

Now, I have to ask... what is a reprehriestless warillever? :)

Heather said...

Great Projects. Some fun and Some really yummy. :)

Michie said...

I like the egg cookies! I'll have to try those some year! They look like fun.

Mom and Kiddo said...

I love that you did so many different egg-things!

Maddie, Mad Rambler said...

I think you cornered the market on "egg themed" ideas! They are great, I especially like the painted eggs, great decorations for years to come!

Piseco said...

Wow! Lots of egg fun! Thanks for sharing.

Mom Unplugged said...

You certainly went to town with the eggs this week! Thanks for all the ideas! "Rocks" next week?

Kate in NJ said...

We never got our "project" underway
either,but I guess I should have at least posted our Easter "egg" stuff.
Sometimes, I am so lame.;-)
Yours came out beautifully!

Nature Mama said...

Great projects! Love the egg cookies, very fun :)
Nature Mama
www.homeschoolblogger.com/NatureNotesFromAbove