Thursday, April 4, 2013

VBS - Dying Eggs

This was the last day.
(day 1 and day 2)

Here is the schedule that we followed:

Book: The Egg Tree
Activity: Coloring Eggs and Egg Roll
Mr A brought brown eggs to dye.
The colors were very rich and somewhat sepia.

The coloring was traditional bright colors.
After they were colored,
we had the children race them down our steep drive way.
It was a tradition my family had growing up.

This was the first time my boys had colored eggs.
They enjoyed themselves VERY MUCH
and asked to do it again the next day.

This was the feedback we got:
 A child asked, " you think we could do vacation bible school next spring break?"


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Sue said...

I've never dyed brown eggs before. And I had never even eaten one till last week when I decided to take the plunge. It was delish!


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