Easter fun

Easter fun
Easter fun
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Easter is not in vain called fun - traditionally, the Easter week was devoted to games, communication with relatives and friends, family entertainment.

Easter fun

Easter is not in vain called cheerful - traditionally the Easter week was devoted to games, communication with relatives and friends, family entertainment. Remember the old Russian fun, which our ancestors indulged in with childish delight - from old people to very young ones

• rolling eggs. Previously, eggs were rolled down slides, but in urban areas, you can do it easier: make grooves out of thick paper and place them on a table at an angle. Now let each participant roll the colored eggs along these grooves, trying to break the other eggs at the same time. The one whose egg remains whole the longest wins.

• towns. Today's children know them by the name of bowling. Place prizes around the perimeter of the table: whistles, gingerbread, sweets, dolls, etc. The task of the players is to knock out the thing that they liked with their egg. If it hits, it also becomes a prize.

• hide and seek. This is one of the most traditional Easter games. Hide small gifts in different hidden places of the apartment (if you are in the country house, then in the garden), and on festive Sunday morning invite the children to find all the hidden treasures!

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