Finnish Easter

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Finnish Easter

  1. 1. Finnish Easter Menu Morning  boiled eggs  bread  juice  tomatoes  cucumber  hot chocolate Afternoon  mutton  potatotoes  salad  rye pudding  paskha Traditions  grass growing  eggs painting  chocolate eggs eating Greetta, class 4 1
  2. 2. Finnish Easter Menu Morning:  Boiled egs  Bacon  Frankfurter Afternoon:  Roast mutton or something meat  Potatoes  Salad  Brown Easter pudding Finnish Easter traditions:  Easter grass called ”Rairuoho”  American Car show in Helsinki  Easter decoration  Chocolate eggs Lauri, class 4 2
  3. 3. Finnish Easter Menu Morning  Bread  Butter  Chocolate egg  Chucumber Afternoon  Mutton and potatoes  Paskha  Rye pudding Traditions  Growing Easter grass Milla, class 4 3
  4. 4. Finnish Easter Menu Morning  easter egg  pasha  yoghurt  sandwith  chocolate egg  rye buddinng  cheeese  potato Afternoon  roast mutton  beef stew  rice  salad  potato Easter traditions -"Virpominen" is an old Karelian custom on Palm Sunday. -Many families grow special grass for Easter, called "rairuoho", rai-grass. Eeva, class 4 4
  5. 5. Finnish Easter Menu Morning  chogolate eggs  yoghurt  cereals  bread Afternoon  chocolate eggs  Easter (rye) pudding (=mämmi)  rice  chicken  salad 5
  6. 6. Easter traditions  Many families grow special grass for Easter, called "rairuoho", rai-grass.  Easter egg hunt  Egg painting  "Virpominen" is an old Karelian custom on Palm Sunday. Sofia Pirttinen 6
  7. 7. finnish Eastern menu morning  Rye pudding  Potato  Chocolate-eggs afternoon  Rice  Chicken eastern trdidions  Paint eggs  Find chocolate-eggs Paavo, class 4 7
  8. 8. Finnish Easter Menu Morning  Bread  Juice  Cucumber  Tomato  Cheese  Joghurt Afternoon  Chiken  Potatoe  Rice  Milk  Bread  Rye Butting  Berry quark  Lettuce  Tomato  Cucumber  chocolate eggs 8
  9. 9. Easter Traditions  We eat chocolate eggs  “Virpominen” is an old Karelian custom on Palm Sunday. You can see children dressed up as witches, holding decorated willow twigs in their hands, walking towards the houses in the area  Grow Easter grass Wilma, class 4 9

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