Categories: Easter, Holidays|Tags: Easter, Easter traditions, holidays, Level A2, Level B1|
Palm Sunday, the First Day of Holy Week Be reminded of the reason for the Easter season – CHRIST’S RESURRECTION Palm Sunday is the first day of Holy Week and the Sunday before Easter. Palm Sunday is a Christian festival. It is always happens on a Sunday but the date each year changes. It is
Categories: Easter, Holidays|Tags: Easter, holidays, Level A1, Level A2|
The Story of Tulips and Easter Celebrations Do you know why Easter is always celebrated in spring? The story of tulips, this springtime English folk tale of fairies and tulips will help you understand the cycle of birth and death and life even after death. Easter Sunday is the day when Jesus Christ rose from the
Categories: Diana, Easter|Tags: presentation|
Student's Project Diana has prepared an interesting information about Easter in Luxembourg. The way in which Luxembourgers celebrate Easter involves traditions shared with other countries, such as the religious aspect or the symbol of the rabbit and eggs, but there are also some specifically Luxembourgish traditions: Klibberen, the custom of Jaudes, the lovers’ egg, the Émaischen and Péckvillercher.
Categories: Easter, Karina|Tags: presentation|
Would you like to know more about European Easter traditions?
Categories: Easter|Tags: Easter, Ukrainian holidays|
Palm Sunday is the popular name of one of the major festivals of Christians. The feast is established in memory of the entrance of Jesus Christ into Jerusalem. According to the story, from this event began the suffering of Christ. This event is displayed in the Gospel of Mark, Luke, Matthew, and John. The date
Categories: Easter|Tags: Easter food, Easter traditions|
Easter Sunday is a festive, family orientated day in the Netherlands. People prepare festive breakfasts, brunches or lunches. They may also search for and eat chocolate eggs that are supposedly delivered by the Easter hare. What Do People Do? Easter is a time to celebrate for many people. Observant Christians make a special effort to
Categories: Easter|Tags: Easter, Easter traditions|
Celebrate the coming of a new season with a lovely Easter Bonnet! Easter Bonnets are a throw back to the days when the people denied themselves the pleasure of wearing finery for the duration of Lent. By tradition, it was obligatory (or at least lucky) for churchgoers to wear some bright new piece of clothing -
Categories: Easter, Ksenia|Tags: Easter, Easter symbols, Easter traditions|
Would you like to know some interesting facts about Easter? If you don't know the answer to these questions, Ksenia will help you because she has found some interesting facts about Easter celelbrations in different countries and will be happy to share. Which animal is used in Australia instead of a rabbit? Why? The Easter Bilby is
Categories: Easter|Tags: Easter, USA|
My dear friends Greg Reynolds and Becky Scweitzer told about Easter celebration in the Christian Alliance Church in the City of Cle Elum, WA. I'm sure it will be interesting for you to know about their Easter traditions. Easter is the best holiday of the year. New Life. Eternal Life. Life in Jesus. Abundant Life.
Categories: Easter|Tags: Easter, holiday, poems|
For students of elementary school Easter poems for elementary school are easy to memorize and can help make the lessons devoted to Easter more exciting and fun. Learn these Easter poems. Bunnies Bunnies are brown Bunnies are white Bunnies are always An Easter delight. Bunnies are cuddly The large and the small. But I like