EASTER- some information
• Easter is a joyful spring festival which celebrates  the rebirth of Jesus.• Christians and many other people around the ...
The modern English term Easter developed from the  Old English word Ēastre or Ēostre (IPA: [ˈæːɑstre, ˈeːostre]),  which i...
• In Britain children have two weeks off  school when it is Easter. They finish  school a few days before the Easter  week...
• It is traditional to eat  warm hot cross buns  on Good Friday .• The cross on top of  the buns symbolizes  and reminds  ...
People have breakfast   Boiled eggs are  with the family.       traditionally served at                         breakfast.
• At home, everyone gives each other  chocolate eggs.• In England children get big ones filled with  sweets.
Around 80 million chocolate eggs are eaten  each year in Britain.
• Roast lamb is the  traditional meat for  the main meal on  Easter Day. It is  served with mint  sauce and  vegetables.
The traditional Easter  pudding is custard tarts.
After dinner children play the game – Easter Egg  Hunt. Parents/adults hide small chocolate eggs  in the garden or at home...
Later in the afternoon people have a special Easter Cake  for tea – it’s Simnel cake.  The Simnel cake is a rich fruitcake...
• Egg rolling is very  popular in England  and is an Easter  Monday sport.  Hard-boiled eggs are  rolled down a hill.
Quizzes               How much do you remember?• Interactive Quiz 1 http://goo.gl/mmtb0• Interactive Quiz 2 http://goo.gl/...
Easter in uk
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  1. 1. EASTER- some information
  2. 2. • Easter is a joyful spring festival which celebrates the rebirth of Jesus.• Christians and many other people around the world celebrate Easter every year.• Pagan traditions give us the English word "Easter" which comes from the word "Eostre".• The English word Easter comes from the Anglo – Saxon name for the month of April, which was known as "Eostremonath"
  3. 3. The modern English term Easter developed from the Old English word Ēastre or Ēostre (IPA: [ˈæːɑstre, ˈeːostre]), which itself developed prior to 899.The name refers to Eostur-monath (Old English "Ēostre month"), a month of the Germanic calendar attested by Bede , who writes that the month is named after the goddess Ēostre of Anglo-Saxon paganism.
  4. 4. • In Britain children have two weeks off school when it is Easter. They finish school a few days before the Easter weekend.
  5. 5. • It is traditional to eat warm hot cross buns on Good Friday .• The cross on top of the buns symbolizes and reminds Christians Jesus death on the cross.
  6. 6. People have breakfast Boiled eggs are with the family. traditionally served at breakfast.
  7. 7. • At home, everyone gives each other chocolate eggs.• In England children get big ones filled with sweets.
  8. 8. Around 80 million chocolate eggs are eaten each year in Britain.
  9. 9. • Roast lamb is the traditional meat for the main meal on Easter Day. It is served with mint sauce and vegetables.
  10. 10. The traditional Easter pudding is custard tarts.
  11. 11. After dinner children play the game – Easter Egg Hunt. Parents/adults hide small chocolate eggs in the garden or at home and children try to find them.
  12. 12. Later in the afternoon people have a special Easter Cake for tea – it’s Simnel cake. The Simnel cake is a rich fruitcake covered with a thick layer of almond paste (marzipan). A layer of marzipan is also traditionally baked into the middle of the cake. Eleven balls of marzipan are placed around the top to represent the eleven true disciples (excluding Judas). Simnel cake
  13. 13. • Egg rolling is very popular in England and is an Easter Monday sport. Hard-boiled eggs are rolled down a hill.
  14. 14. Quizzes How much do you remember?• Interactive Quiz 1 http://goo.gl/mmtb0• Interactive Quiz 2 http://goo.gl/rwYQA

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