Easter Tomb




We did this last year and it was so much fun with the girls . . . thought I would share it again this year. . . .  Easter Tomb

Take a can of biscuits. Flatten out each biscuit out with your fingers. Tell your kids they are making a tomb. Take a large marshmallow and explain that this represents Jesus. Put the marshmallow on the biscuit and wrap the biscuit around the marshmallow. Make sure all edges are sealed (pinch until no seam). Put a pat of butter on top. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon to represent the spices that were put on Jesus. Bake as directed on package. You may have to guess at this. After cooked, the marshmallow melts and is gone. Explain how Jesus is not in the tomb, He is Risen!





Resting in HIS arms,
Trina

9 comments:

He And Me + 3 said...

How cool! what a neat idea. THanks for sharing.

tamlovesran said...

We've made these each Easter since Zach was a small boy and old enough to understand about the meaning of Easter.

Pami said...

how cool i will have to make these Sunday...Happy Easter

Christine said...

That is such an awesome idea....Thank you so much for sharing!

Laurie Ann said...

How neat is that?! Great lesson, yummy treat!

Denise said...

That is so awesome.

SoCalVal said...

You're awesome! I was looking all over for the recipe for this. God is amazing to send me to your blog tonight. Thanks so much for posting this!!!

Valerie
http://homeschoolblogger.com/socalval

Rhonda said...

We've done this one before and it is so cool! I need to do that one again for the kids-maybe next year.
I hope you had a wonderful and blessed Easter, Trina!

Amydeanne said...

oh wow! do i love this!

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