We've scrounged a lot of our
joke books, and other references, plus made some things up to compile
this Easter Fun page.
Has now been moved to it's own
page. And, is no longer at the bottom of this one.
We've got all kinds of
questions about eggs, rabbits and other Easter stuff for you!
This isn't one of those religiously technical Easter quizzes.
We hope this is fun for all ages, as we tried to cover everyone ages 9
We've animated this cute song about
eating a chocolate Easter bunny.
Sing-along with lyrics, music + some graphics and
music, lyrics and some graphics and animations to go along with
this popular children's Easter song.
We've got a pretty jazzy
version of this children's song
for you to enjoy listening to or
singing along with.
Parade" by Irving Berlin is
the most definitive Easter song.
Sing-along with music and lyrics.
Also enjoy our Easter Parade Cartoon
Eggs have worked
their way into our daily
expressions. As part of our
"Food Folklore" section, we also have Folklore
about Eggs! (In General)
out and enjoy!
We also offer an on-line version.
how Easter's most popular non-chocolate
treat all began.
Want to know how the Easter Bunny goes from house to house?
We've got his map. Plus, sing along to
"Here Comes Peter Cottontail"
this game made by
Brownielocks based on
Bingo with our Egg Dabbers,
with Peeps, with Hershey's chocolate kisses,
or as a Holiday Easter Word Bingo game.
Watch our bear do his
version of the Bunny Hop to some very jazzy, Texas two-step style music.
Also called "Resurrection Cookies."
This is a recipe as well as an activity
that is great to do on the Saturday night
prior to Easter Sunday. It's got a lot of Christian meaning.
And Scripture Cake Recipe!
Sounds crazy? Have you
ever wondered where the angora came from for your angora sweater? Then
click our page.
We also have an angora sweater cartoon too!
Your friends will love it.
Make special Easter
Cookies this year.
Paint your Easter cookies, don't frost.
Then put them in a cookie bowl basket!