Make a beautiful garden scene to represent the Resurrection and to help teach children about the powerful and incredible events in the Easter story.
a shallow dish or planter
small shrubs and flowers
a pot, empty tin or other cave-like object
a flat stone
two twigs and some string or a pipe cleaner
a plain peg doll (optional)
First of all we bound the two twigs together using a brown pipe cleaner, to form a cross. We used this as a simple story telling prompt when retelling the story of the crucifixion. This is suitable on any day of the year of course, but particularly as a family worship idea for Good Friday.
Then we constructed a simple garden scene by planting the shrubs and flowers into a barrel and inserted the cross into the background. We used an empty tin garden planter to represent the tomb. We placed a little plain wood peg doll inside to represent Christ being buried and rolled the large stone in front of the tomb.
On Easter morning the children can come down to see the garden and find that the stone has been rolled away from the tomb and is completely empty inside. Read the passage from the Bible and celebrate together with songs and prayers!
“He is not here. He has risen. Come and see the place where He lay.”
Matthew chapter 28 verse 6
Thank you for sharing, and God bless you, Anna.
We made our first wee Resurrection Garden this year and it has been a great asset to our home this Easter season. I am excited about following this new venture!
This is such a lovely idea! Thank you so much for sharing.
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