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Easter2

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ppt about Easter - for 6th grade students done by emilia jordanova

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Easter2

  1. 1. Easter is the time for holidays, festivals and a time for giving chocolate Easter eggs. But Easter means much more....
  2. 2. Easter is the story of Jesus' last days in Jerusalem before his death.The Easter story includes Holy Thursday, Good Friday (the day on which Jesus was crucified) and Easter Day (the day on which Jesus came back to life).
  3. 3. Jesus had told his followers that he would be crucified and on the third day he would rise from the dead. It was on Easter Sunday that Jesus rose from death.
  4. 4. Easter is a Christian festival. For Christians the custom of giving eggs at Easter celebrates new life. Christians remember that Jesus, after dying on the cross, rose from the dead. They believe that, through his resurrection, Jesus defeated death and sin and offers people the promise of eternal life if they follow his teachings.
  5. 5. The first eggs given at Easter were birds eggs. These eggs were painted in bright colours. We still paint bird eggs today but usually chicken eggs.
  6. 6. EggsEggs areare forbidden foodforbidden food during Lent,during Lent, making themmaking them a welcome returna welcome return to the menuto the menu on Easter Dayon Easter Day..
  7. 7. An Anglo-Saxon legend tells how the Saxon goddess found a wounded bird. She changed it into a hare, so that it could survive the Winter. The hare found it could lay eggs, so it decorated them each Spring and left them as a gift to the goddess.
  8. 8. In Germany, it is the Easter bunny who brings Easter eggs to children. He hides them in the garden, for the children to find them! It's a lot of fun.
  9. 9. • In North America, Australia and New Zealand, parents often tell their children that eggs and other treats are delivered and hidden by the Easter Bunny in an Easter basket. Children are happy to find the eggs when they wake up.
  10. 10. In the UK children still decorate eggs, but most British people simply exchange chocolate eggs on Sunday. Chocolate Easter Bunnies can be found in shops. Many families have a traditional roast lamb and a delicious Simnel cake
  11. 11. Children and adults like playing an egg cracking game on Easter . They try to crack their eggs against their friend's egg; the last person with an uncracked egg is the lucky one. The Greeks traditionally dye their eggs red, symbolizing the blood and passion of Christ.
  12. 12. Bulgarians call Easter Velikden (Great Day). Easter is one of the most significant holidays in Bulgarian calendar. It starts with Palm Sunday. The bright red coloured eggs and Easter bread known as "kozunak" are the symbols of Easter in Bulgaria.
  13. 13. • At midnight on the Saturday before Easter Sunday, people gather at the church with red painted eggs and bread. The priest proclaims three times "Christos voskrese" (Christ has risen) and everybody replies "Vo istina voskrese“ (Indeed he has risen).
  14. 14. • A cracking-egg game is favourite for both – children and adults. Eggs are cracked after the midnight service and over the next few days. The person who ends up with  the last unbroken  egg is believed  to have a year of good luck.
  15. 15. Easter Words Scramble • BESTKA…………... • TODECARE………. • HHRCCU………….. • WSETSE…………… • GDOOFIDRAY…..... • RESATE…………… • TUHN…………….. • NUYNB…………… • COOLCHEAT…… • BELLYJEANS…… • SGEG……………. • DASRC……………
  16. 16. 1. Shelby Grace went to an Easter party at her friend's house. She found 38 chocolate eggs during the egg hunt. She gave ½ of the eggs to her sister, Jenna. How many eggs did she give to her sister? Easter Mathematics
  17. 17. 2. The school store sold Easter pencils. They sold 116 pencils on Monday, 67 on Tuesday, and 135 on Wednesday. What is the total number of Easter pencils sold?
  18. 18. 3.The Gilbert Family had their picture taken on Easter Sunday morning. The photographer charged Mr. Gilbert $ 47.83 for the pictures. If Mr. Gilbert gave the photographer $ 50.00, what was his change?
  19. 19. 4. Josh colored 3 dozen Easter Eggs for his Sunday School egg hunt. What was the total number of eggs colored? HINT: HOW MANY EGGS ARE IN ONE DOZEN?
  20. 20. H S E V E P A L M S J S U S O B E E A E Y O X E I O N S U N D A Y P N U T P I S C E Y E K N O B U N N Y X N M P P I M E L E I S U R E J A E Y A G G Y O T T E R E J U O X S L E P S U N E F L OW E R S C K I R R V S R U N A E G G J P I L A M B E A E A B W I N S E A R D F R D Y E V I R L Y D R O O T I S P I C I E S B O D Y W E U W W L E N O X D F E W O S S L K N I F E R S R N C H U R C H C I T Y R E Y J F O R
  21. 21. •Find and circle 10 differences in the pictures. 1. right boot ____ 6. ________________ 2. _____________ 7. ________________ 3. _____________ 8. ________________ 4. ______________9. ________________ 5. ______________10. _______________
  22. 22. Easter Vocabulary 1. _______ holiday a. liquid used to color Easter egg b. the way rabbits move around 2. _______ bunny c. the season after winter 3. _______ spring 4. _______ candy d. opposite of adults 5. _______ eggs e. fun activity with hidden eggs 6. _______ children 7. _______ chick f. fancy hats for women 8. _______ dye g. Christian symbol h. children dye these for Easter 9. _______ bonnets i. building for religious services 10. _______ ham j. a type of meat 11. _______ basket k. a sweet treat 12. _______ church l. a special day for celebrations 13. _______ egg hunt m. a container made of straw n. a baby rabbit 14. _______ April o. a baby chicken 15. _______ hop p. 4th month of the year
  23. 23. Which flower is associated with Easter? The lily - The lily is said to grow with its head down to honor Jesus. Which country brought us the tradition of Easter Eggs? Germany - Eggs have been decorated and given out on Easter for centuries.  Where is the world’s largest collection of Easter eggs? Poland - The Easter Egg Museum is located in Poland. This museum has more than 1500 eggs from all over the world.
  24. 24. 1. crucify- ['kru:sifai] 1.разпъвам на кръст 2.измъчвам 2. rise from the dead - [raiz] възкръсвам 3. Resurrection - [rezə'rek n]ʃ – възкресение 4. to keep Lent постя
  25. 25. 5. custom - ['k stəm]ʌ -обичай, навиk 6. sin - [sin] – грях 7. hare -[hεə] – див заек 8. an egg cracking game – борене се с яйца 9. dye - [dai] - боя, боядисвам 10.eternal life -[i'tə:nəl] - вечен, безкраен 11.eternity -[i'tə:niti]вечност
  26. 26. • Palm Sunday • Holy Thursday • Good Friday • Easter

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