Easter at my home is truly a multicultural occasion. We celebrate it with the traditions that I grew up in Ecuador and with those that my American husband has introduced to our family.
I look forward to Easter every year. Not only the meaning of the Easter celebration is dear to me, but it’s also a beautiful time since it marks the beginning of spring where we can feel the sun warming our bodies again!
For this post, I have gathered some fun bilingual resources for Easter for you to use with your children. It reflects a mix of traditions from different countries to help your kids get excited about Spanish.
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Fun Easter Resources For Your Bilingual Kids
Bilingual Printables for Easter
These printable bilingual cards for Easter are adorable! You can download them for free and share them with others.
Here is another great reason to add cupcakes to your Easter celebration! You will love the beautiful bilingual cupcake toppers that my friend Ladydeelg has created for all of us.
Help your child learn some basic words in Spanish with this booklet.
Bilingual Activities for Easter
Did you know that the tradition of making cascarones hails from Mexico? Learn how to make cascarones with these fun ideas.
You will find tons of bilingual activities using Easter eggs including matching number words, color words, numbers, and alphabet letters.
More fun ideas to reinforce Spanish with plastic eggs!
This fun mini book is a great resource to teach your children about cascarones. It includes coloring pages of items related to the history of this craft.
Bilingual Books for Easter
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Easter is approaching, and once again we are excited to take you on a tour of the world and how it celebrates Easter! Explore the diverse traditions of Easter with us, and don’t miss our series from last year or 2015. You also will enjoy this wonderful overview of global Easter traditions. Find these posts and more on our Easter Around the World Pinterest board:
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