There’s no doubt that exchanging gifts has been the kid’s favorite for a long ago! Not only on birthdays or Christmas, but you can also exchange a gift when Easter comes. You might confuse about what you should pack for gifts. Stationery kits sound cool, though.
Make sure that the stationery kit is based on what they most need. In fact, every stage of age has different needs related to stationery
In ages 5-7, you might need a kit that can be used as a group working, coloring, and playing because their activity mostly involves playing around. You can start the packing with exercise books, coloring pencils, coloring books, pencil cases, and plain paper.
For 7-11 ages, the activity is mostly hands projects. In this stage, they start to learn basic mathematics. Things inside the packing might include a pencil sharpener, pen, handwriting pen, calculator, and basic Mathematic set.
During 11-14 ages, they start to write a short essay and their activities are on the table and more complex.
So, you can pack a scientific calculator, post-it notes, a binder, a highlighter, and a ring binder. At this age they start to move from pencil to pen, you might add a pen set and corrector.
Those are the option if you want to need to pack stationery gifts based on their different stage of age. Enjoy packing!
Easter is absolutely the most popular holiday of the year. It commemorates the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It has no specific date, but it’s always on Sunday that becomes a sign of the end of the Holy Week. Christian faith believes that Easter is a reminder of the last sacrifice to the son of God.
Many people see Easter as a celebration with family, hunting, and colorful Easter eggs and chocolate Easter bunnies. They see Easter Sunday as a mini Christmas in their house. They also prepared various activities and games for the family. From going to church together to collecting Easter eggs.
On Easter Day there’s a festive event called Easter Sunday. Christians spend their Easter day at church by serving a special church service, music, a lot of candles, and ringing the bell at church. Towns and villages in Italy performed a sacred drama, where the story about Easter Sunday.
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Eggs and bunnies are often symbolized during Easter celebrations. From those icons, many people create an activity that relates to them. There are many ideas that can be done with your family and relatives at your house.
You can start the list with an Easter egg hunt. This is a classic activity that kids and teenagers would love to do. If you didn’t prepare the chocolate in egg-shaped, you can use anything that has a similar shape. Keep your kids running and playing hide and seek during eggs hunter day.
Another activity that still relates to eggs is painting the Easter eggs. You can ask your kids to paint the eggs and turn them into colorful things. After that, you can display them in the living room.
An activity that can be done by adults in our house is either cooking or baking. This one activity, the one that should be done on Easter day is, baking a cake. Easter cake is a must-have in every household on Easter day. The cakes are usually made from carrots, to respect the bunny.
Everybody loves to roast when Easter comes, and so does England. A lot of restaurants or pubs serve roast dinners for Easter. You can manifest that there’s somebody will invite you to their dinner so you don’t have to cook by yourself.
The Easter eggs usually have something in them. Either food or non-food things. Easter eggs can be used in the Easter eggs hunt that many kids played on Easter day. They have to find the Easter eggs that are hidden by the adults.
After they got the eggs, they’ll surprise by what’s inside them. Here are the lists of things that can be put in Easter eggs.
You can put sweet things too in the Easter eggs. Put the chocolate, candy, nuts, popcorn, and everything you want as long as they fit into the eggs. Side notes; candy filler is so mainstream these days so you might skip the candy!
Another thing that you can put inside the eggs is toys. Fill the egg with mini squishy! Kids love to play squishy and it can be a stress relief too. If you have spare time, you can make a simple handicraft.
For non-food things, you can put something small inside them. For instance, coins, rings, necklaces, bracelets, or stationery. The kids will be very happy with what they got. The things might not that expensive, but the excitement when hunting the Easter eggs will be so priceless.