Easter Eggs--Stained Glass

Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
Easter Eggs--Stained Glass
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Have your students make stained glass Easter eggs. They look great on a bulletin board. There are 4 different designs for students to color as they like. I have my students all use the same design. It is amazing how each egg looks different from all the others. Students use their creativity to make a work of art. We hang them in the hallway and listen to the comments of other students as they pass by. We usually add some Easter grass at the bottom of the egg to make them even more special. I read Rechenka's Eggs by Patricia Polacco to instruct and motivate the students as I teach a unit on the cultural aspects of Easter.
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