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I have a couple more printables to share with you. Both of them could be modified to be used as a youth activity.
French Toast Easter Bake and Scripture Scavenger Hunt
All good things involve food, in my opinion. And who doesn’t like French toast? This first idea and printable come from Collette Bomsta at My Computer is My Canvas.
This recipe comes with a twist! It’s also a scavenger hunt!
I see two ways you can use this as a youth activity.
- Do the scripture scavenger hunt and make the recipe. Then freeze it and bake it for another night for a breakfast for dinner activity.
- Do the scripture scavenger hunt, make the recipe and then deliver it to a family for a service project.
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I would suggest pairing this with the next printable kit to make it even more special.
Easter Decoration Kit
This kit was designed by Bettijo Hirschi of Paging Supermom.
This kit includes enough decorations for 12 table settings and a banner that says, “He lives”.
My favorite part are the napkin rings. Each one has a scripture on it that tells the Easter story. You can read them while you are around the table and have a discussion about Easter, the Resurrection and what it means to you!
Here’s how I would use this with the French Toast Bake:
- Use it to decorate for the”breakfast for dinner” activity I suggested above. Read the scriptures on the napkin rings and talk about what they mean to you.
- Do the scavenger hunt, make the French toast bake, cut out and prepare the decorations and deliver them with the bake to a family for service. This could take up to 2 activities by the time you cut everything out, do the scavenger hunt and make the French toast bake.
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How would you use these kits, combined or separately?
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