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From sorrow to joy: Easter reflections for children

Jenny Leahy suggests activities for children’s Easter reflections

From sorrow to joy: Easter reflections for children

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THESE GOOD FRIDAY AND EASTER ACTIVITIES are suitable for use as a family, in school or children’s groups in church. Supervision would be required for young children.

The three stations around the cross lend themselves to reflection and prayer and, if possible, it is helpful to have quiet music playing in the background. The station at the tomb is for a quiet space leading on to the three Easter and Resurrection stations expressing joy and praise. Perhaps finish with an Easter song or hymn. A title and bible verse are helpful as a focus for the children and they benefit most when there is an adult at each station to help and explain.

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