Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13www.kregel.com | 5 | 800-733-2607 EASTER ACTIVITY The Real Story of Easter Activity Book Christina Goodings; illustrated by Cathy Hughes An activity and craft book that helps children discover the real meaning of Easter, making sure to put the story of Jesus at its heart and explain it clearly. Ten pages are devoted to retelling the first Easter; these are accompanied by puzzles and activities that help children to understand and explore the meaning of what they are reading. There are also 12 pages of simple craft ideas, some reflecting the story of Jesus that has just been taught, and some around the theme of new life. There is a centerfold of stickers to decorate the book. PAPERBACK $8.99 Easter ISBN: 978-0-7459-6549-9 8.25 x 10.75 • 24 pages • Ages 3+ Rights: NAR Lion Children’s Books January 27, 2017 ISBN 978-0-7459-6549-9 9 7 8 0 7 4 5 9 6 5 4 9 9 Easter Sticker Book 978-1-85985-943-8 $5.99 My Very First Easter Story Sticker Book 978-0-7459-6282-5 $5.99 RELATED TITLES When Jesus preached, he told people about God’s love. “Make it your aim to live as God wants,” he said. “Don’t worry about money or the things it can buy. “Look how God feeds the birds. Look how God clothes the flowers. You can be sure God will take care of you.” Add stickers to this picture. How many birds can you count? How many rabbits? How many children? 2 About God’s love 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1 Take a square of paper 10cm x 10cm for the outer petal piece. Fold in half and half again as shown. 2 Now fold one more time, on the diagonal. Draw a curve to mark the petal edge. Cut through all layers. Unfold. 3 Choose different paper for the inner petal piece. Fold as for the outer petal but keep it folded to cut extra notches into the folded sides as shown. Unfold. 4 Glue the inner petal piece onto the outer petal piece with just a dab of glue in the centre. 5 Cut a paper circle for the centre and glue that on, or use a sticker. Add extra decorations if you wish. 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1. Flowers 2. Birds 1 Take a square of paper 10cm x 10cm and fold in half. Copy the bird shape from the back page onto the fold as shown. Cut out. 2 Choose contrasting paper to cut a beak, wings, and legs. 3 Cut or punch circles for eyes, and hearts and flowers for trims. 4 Open the bird piece up and glue the two legs, outer wing, and any head feather as shown. 5 Glue the piece shut. Then glue on the other wing, the beak, and the eyes. Add any other decorations. You will need: • paper in different colours and patterns • scissors, pencil • glue • hole punch or round stickers • extra decorations 3 Make birds and fowers Flowers Birds Use these birds and flowers for a wall display, or hang them on thread loops from an Easter tree.