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Easter Writing Prompts #3

Here are 10 Easter writing prompts you can use to ring in the holiday with your classroom or your own personal journal. If you enjoyed these prompts, buy the entire collection of 1,000 Writing Prompts for Holidays on Amazon.

691. In Washington, D.C., it is an tradition for children to roll eggs on the White House lawn. What might it be like to hang out with the President and other politicians during the Easter holiday? What questions might you ask them and why?

692. Sweden's tradition involves children dressing up as good witches and trading cards and letters for candy and eggs. Create a conversation between a good witch and an evil witch on the holiday. What might they think of this Swedish tradition and why?

693. In Greece, celebrators crack hard-boiled eggs together attempting to crack their neighbors egg first and receive good luck. Do you believe in luck? Why or why not? Would you consider yourself a lucky person and why?

694. Spain has nearly 24 straight hours of processions through the street on Easter leading up to the celebration of dancing, eating, and decorations. Do you think you could walk for 24 hours straight? Why or why not? What would be the most difficult part?

695. Vegreville, Alberta, is host to the biggest Ukrainian-style Easter egg in the world, which is over 31 feet long and weighs more than 5,000 pounds. Imagine that the egg began to roll away and you and your friends needed to catch it. Explain how you'd save the day and how you would be rewarded.

696. At the Miami MetroZoo in Florida, even animals are let in on the holiday search for goodies, with treats hidden in their cages and pens. What kind of treats do you think these animals might get? How would they get them out of the ground?

697. In Poland and Russia, a giant block of butter is shaped into a lamb sculpture to go with the holiday meal. What do you think it would be like to carve a huge mass of butter? What would you carve it into and why?

698. A San Francisco Easter parade features cows on roller blades. Describe a group of rollerblading animals going down a city street together. Where might they be going and how would people react to their journey?

699. Bermuda sends hundreds of kites into the sky on Easter weekend to act as a metaphor of Jesus Christ ascending into heaven. Describe what the sky might look like completely brightened by beautiful multi-sided kites. What kind of kite might you add to the mix?

700. Haux, France is the site of a giant treat, a 4,500 egg omelet served up on Easter Monday. Imagine you had to find 1,000 people to eat this breakfast treat together. Where would you find them and how would you enjoy the egg-filled meal?



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    Written by Bryan Cohen

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