Christian Easter Craft Card Helps Children Learn the Real Meaning of Easter

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Memory Cross has developed two cards that help churches convey the real meaning of Easter to children. They are used for Easter Egg Hunts, Children's Church, Sunday School and Stations of the Cross activities.

Easter Craft Card
I gave them to my 1st grade Sunday school class on Easter morning. They thought they were really “neat” and “cool.”

Easter is a very busy time for most churches. Traditionally, Easter Egg Hunts have taken place and many have started adding craft activities also.

Memory Cross has created an origami style card that can be used for Christian Easter Craft activities. The coloring card has four panels that are designed to make an endless loop. Each panel tells part of the Easter Story beginning with his entry into Jerusalem and ending with the resurrection. The unique design will capture the attention of children and adults.

Many churches have Easter Egg hunts along with craft activities and use the Easter Memory Cross coloring card for craft time. Churches have also used this card for Children's Church, Lenten activities, Sunday School and Stations of the Cross.

Memory Cross has also created an Easter tract that helps convey the real meaning of Easter. Printed in four color it asks Do You Know what Easter is All About? It then goes on and tells the Salvation story in a kid friendly manner. There is a link to Need Him, which is a site that provides online resources for people wanting to know more about a relationship with Christ.

About Memory Cross: Memory Cross creates origami style cards that are used to share the Gospel, teach Bible stories and memorize Scripture. They have developed a number of religious craft ideas that help children learn the Bible. New services include postcards that comply with the program by the USPS called Every Door Direct Mail. The postcards are designed to provide a cost effective way for churches to reach out to their local community.

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