We are already in Easter-mode in our house. In Morning Time we have been singing hymns that point us to the cross, and we are about to start working on our Easter handicrafts.
Just as soon as I finalise which one will work best for us. (Angie is really enjoying sewing, but I’d like to stretch her skills a little bit, but at the same time it can’t be too complicated for Emmy. Maybe they’ll end up doing separate handicrafts like they did for Valentine’s Day.)
It should be no surprise to regular readers of this blog that our family LOVES Easter. You can see some of the ways we’ve celebrated in the past, and make sure to take a look at my Easter posts on using dramatic play to explore the meaning of Easter and 15 educational Easter ideas for your homeschool.
I’ve also put together some Easter-themed copywork printables to share with you. I am really excited to have Angie start working on these. (We’ll save the cursive pages for next year. Or maybe I’ll use them to work on my own, neglected, cursive.)
You can download the two-page sample right here. It has one page of manuscript, and one page of cursive.
Or you can subscribe to my newsletter to get access to the entire passage of Isaiah 53 in both manuscript and cursive format. (I won’t spam you with a million emails a week – I promise.)