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Easter is a joyful spring festival which celebrates
the rebirth of Jesus. Christians and many other
people around the world celebrate Easter every
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"
• Easter is the oldest and most important Christian
• Every Easter family and friends give each other
Easter eggs to celebrate new life.
• Around 80 million chocolate eggs are eaten
every year in England.
• Eggs are given on Easter Sunday.
In Britain children have two weeks off school
when it is Easter. They finish school a few
days before the Easter weekend.
EASTER IN SCHOOL
At school, children
often make chocolate
They also paint
• Every Easter, family and
friends send Easter cards .
• It is the Friday before
Easter Sunday (Easter Day).
• On Good Friday, Christians remember
the day when Jesus was crucified on a
It is traditional to eat
warm 'hot cross buns' on
Good Friday .
The cross on top of the
buns symbolizes and
Jesus’s death on the
They are a rich, spiced
Normally you eat them
with butter or jam and
you can have them hot or
On Easter Sunday (Easter Day) Christians gather
together on a hill to watch the sun rise.
Then it’s breakfast
with the family.
Boiled eggs are
traditionally served at
breakfast people go
to church for a service
to celebrate Jesus
rising from the dead.
• In the UK Roast lamb
is the traditional meat
for the main meal on
Easter Day. It is
served with mint
The Easter Rabbit brings eggs, but it
depends if you have been good or
It is lucky to see a
lamb at Easter.
The chick and duckling
symbolise new life and
The tradition is that the
Easter Bunny paints the
eggs and hides them in
the house or in the
Then children go with
their baskets and look for
Children find the eggs
and eat them.
EGG ROLLING is very popular in England
and is an EASTER MONDAY tradition.
are rolled down a
Or pushed in the
grass with a