Story 10

Easter -the death and resurrection of Jesus

Explore the story of Easter as you play and learn together.

These resources can be used:

To help your pupils grasp the connections between Easter celebrations and the biblical account of the death and resurrection of Easter. Why do we have Easter eggs? Why is new life associated with Easter?
To explore emotions. What emotions can they identify in the story? Are there times we feel like that too?
Outdoors! Exploring the story outside is fun. Search for or make cross shapes. Roll eggs down the hill. Many of our learning activities are designed for (or are easily adaptable to) outdoor learning.

Our introduction will help you understand the resources and plan your sessions. It’s also full of ideas to extend the learning across the curriculum. Download it here.

The account of the death and resurrection of Jesus reveals key Christian beliefs.

Choose the lesson plans for the appropriate level for your class and download our pack of additional resources to go with them.

Additional Resources

A Tale of Two Gardens - video
Our PowerPoint resource has been made into a short video, which you can watch here and download below.

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Easter Trail - New for 2022

Take your class on a journey through the Easter story with our Easter Trail - a new and dynamic outdoor learning experience to tie in with your Easter lessons.

Featured Resources

Ideas and resources to develop learning across the curriculum

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Ideas to explore the story of Noah's Ark as you play and learn. 

Resources to explore the story of Noah's Ark

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Our Creation story resources include lots of outdoor learning ideas.

Head outside and explore the story of Creation

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Ready to use, engaging ideas for early, first and second level to help you explore the Easter story.

Get ready to explore the Easter story

“The pupils adore the lessons and love the discussion, games based approach to lessons. The pupils also enjoy the outdoor learning element to the lessons.”

― Teacher, Danestone Primary

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