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The Most Interesting Information About Easter day

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Organize an Easter celebration

Have you ever organized an Easter party by yourself? If you do not have the opportunity to attend Easter, organize at your home. First of all, decorating your house with colorful egg pictures. I suggest an idea for you. You print out Easter Eggs Coloring Pages, color them and stick them on the doors, tables, windows or anywhere you like. Invite some friends to go home, play and enjoy a delicious meal. Do not forget to go online to find some Easter eggs and recipes for meal.

Many games about Easter eggs have published with many kinds of categories such as: coloring, hunts, puzzle ... All of them are fun holiday activities for kids of all ages. If you like Easter, play coloring pages or games. We are happy to bring a new coloring page and game from Easter Eggs category for you. The colorful and catching-eyes eggs are attracted you. We bring many kinds of pattern of these Easter eggs for your choice.

Now come and create with coloring sheets for kids. Play more free games with Easter Eggs Coloring Games. Print out or color online and then use colored pencils, crayons ... to make nice pictures. Or you can refer 6 unique Easter party ideas at here

Information about Easter Day

There are many festivals in the year. Easter day is one of the most important holidays in the spring. There are billion people celebrate this holiday all over the world. It is the most important holiday for Christianity. Not the same other holidays Easter can be movable as it doesn't fall on an inflexible date every year. In the West, Christian churches celebrate Easter on the first Sunday on March 21. Thus, Easter will be celebrated from March 22 to April 25 every year.

This is an opportunity for families to gather and a lot of interesting parties for children are also taking place. Easter is widely known in English-speaking countries. Originated by Europe, customs gradually spread throughout the world.

Easter Eggs - Traditional Symbol


When it comes to Easter customs, it is impossible to think of colorful eggs with patterns and designs that are the symbol of vitality and rebirth in the spring. Chocolate eggs and dyed eggs are always at the Easter table. The days before Easter, people look for colored boxes to paint and color Easter eggs in the shop, in the market and so on. People have much free time and patience can dye eggs with the colors of natural plants, as green of vegetables, red of strawberries, yellow of pollen. Kids like to grab markers or brushes. The eggs are embellished with watercolors or markers and will be adorned with beautiful ribbons to decorate the Easter wreaths at home. Coloring and painting for eggs also bring good meaning. Red is for lucky, blue is for hope and youthfulness, yellow is for wisdom, orange is for strength.

In general, eggs were a traditional symbol of rebirth and fertility. On the springtime celebration or occasion of Easter, people decorated eggs as presents that are for their beloved friends. These decorated eggs called Easter eggs. Thus, in the Easter season, these eggs are common and popular. In the past, the chicken eggs were dyed and painted, however, now people substitute chicken eggs into chocolate eggs that are wrapped in colorful foil, papers, or the eggs are made from plastic with lots of chocolate, sweets ... Kids are really eager to open these eggs.

People use these eggs for decoration. Chicken eggs are boiled and designed by painting or dye and used them for decorating the house in some Mediterranean countries. In Germany, people make Easter egg trees with eggs.

People also think of some games that related eggs. At the Easter day, children will be led to gardens or forests where are organized for the festival. Eggs are hidden in the bushes, under the grass ... for children to find. In addition, on the table, people display dishes that related eggs.

Alright. Easter is just around the corner. Right now, outline your plans for Easter day. Happy Easter Day!

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