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Easter Story Resources!

What is the Easter Story?

On Easter, or Resurrection Sunday, we celebrate what is arguably the most important event in all of human history: Jesus rising from the dead. All of Christianity and all eternity hinges on the truth of the resurrection. If Jesus did not rise from the dead, then our faith is lacking in meaning and is just another interesting philosophy. But if the resurrection is true, then it is the clearest proof that Jesus is exactly who he claimed to be – the Son of God and the Savior of the world. All of the evidence points to the truth of the resurrection, and the result is changed lives. Let’s dive into both the big and seemingly smaller events of the story of Easter, and understand how each is significant to the entire redemption story.

Helping Kids Learn the Easter Story?

My Teaching Library has 4 products to help you help kids learn about this most important event in human history! From the very young, (just learning to trace letters) to students who are learning to print and then finally for students who are learning to write in cursive. Also, so that you can preview these products, My Teaching Library is giving away a FREE Easter Story RESOURCE that will help you discover what you can expect with these products. This FREE RESOURCE can be used as is for some quick lessons. Once you see the value of what the other products will include and you decide to get one of more of the other products from which the free resource was taken, click on the product or products below you’d like to get!


Easter Scriptures Handwriting by Tracing for Young Students

Help young students learn the Easter story through tracing scripture. Both NIV and KJV scriptures are included in this version. This resource, Easter Scriptures Handwriting by Tracing for Young Students, is designed for students who would benefit from ‘tracing’ words instead of copy work. Each page has a scripture for tracing as well a place for the student to draw a picture reflecting the scripture.

There are 15 student pages and 15 scriptures. All scriptures are taken from the book of Matthew, chapters 27 and 28.

Easter Scriptures Workbook: Manuscript – KJV

Help students learn the Easter story by copying scripture! This version of Easter Scriptures Copy Work and Handwriting Practice uses scriptures are from the KJV, King James Version. Students will be provided scriptures to copy as well as well as pages to draw pictures (about the scripture) AND write about (reflect) on the scriptures. There are 41 student pages.

Scriptures include: John 13: 1-5, John 17: 25-26, John 18: 1-12, John 18: 28-31, Matt 27: 15-37, John 19: 29-42, Matt 28: 1-8

Easter Scriptures Workbook: Manuscript – NIV

Help students learn the Easter story by copying scripture! This version of Easter Scriptures Copy Work and Handwriting Practice uses scriptures are from the NIV, New International Version. Students will be provided scriptures to copy as well as well as pages to draw pictures (about the scripture) AND write about (reflect) on the scriptures. There are 41 student pages.

Scriptures include: John 13: 1-5, John 17: 25-26, John 18: 1-12, John 18: 28-31, Matt 27: 15-37, John 19: 29-42, Matt 28: 1-8

The Easter Story Scripture Cursive Handwriting

Help students learn the Easter story with this cursive handwriting, copy work resource which contains important Easter story scriptures!  It includes 2 sections: NIV using scriptures from the New International Version bible and KJV using scriptures from the King James bible. Students will be provided scriptures to copy as well as well as pages to draw pictures (about the scripture) AND write about (reflect) on the scriptures. There are 41 student pages for each section (NIV and KJV)

Scriptures include: John 13: 1-5, John 17: 25-26, John 18: 1-12, John 18: 28-31, Matt 27: 15-37, John 19: 29-42, Matt 28: 1-8

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