Easter is approaching, and whether your family celebrates fertility, the Equinox or Christ it is a significant time all over the world with lots of celebrations and things to do.
In Australia it’s also linked with school holidays, which means extra time for crafts and experiments to share with your kids. I’ve already started my Easter traditions by burning a saucepan while trying to cook petals for a natural dye.
I have several Easter posts planned, and it is the theme for the April Teach/Learn carnival. So if you learn something or teach something about Easter, share it with us this month. To make sure we’re on time, submissions will be a little bit earlier on the 17th of April, so everyone has a chance to look through them all before the Easter weekend.
Grab the button, write your post then submit the link. Multiple posts are welcome.
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Please join us, are you doing something in the buildup to Easter?
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