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Resurrection Eggs®. Eggstraordinary Truth.

Rediscover why over 1.5 million families have cracked open this Easter classic. Resurrection Eggs helps Easter come to life in little hands. Each of the twelve colorful plastic eggs holds a different memory-grabbing object to take Jesus’ journey to the cross and beyond. They're interactive and easy-to-use from home to classroom to neighborhood hunt.

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What Parents Are Saying

“Our family has loved having these eggs. Our children are 6, 4, 2, and 1. They were captivated with each ‘trinket’ and its part in the story of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection. What a delightful way to count down the days to Easter weekend!”

“It is very rewarding to express God’s love to children I hardly know. I plan to continue giving sets of Resurrection Eggs not only to area schools, but also to some day care centers. Jesus said in Matthew 19:14, ‘Let the little children come to me and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.’ "

“We used these for Easter Sunday dinner. We went around the table and each person opened an egg and read the corresponding page in the book. The adults as well as children enjoyed a new way to present the resurrection of Jesus. The eggs told the story so well, and it was exciting when we got to the last EMPTY egg because the tomb was empty and we celebrated that Jesus is Risen!”

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Watch Trey talk about what he learned through Resurrection Eggs.

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Related Resources

Enhance your Resurrection Eggs experience with these valuable resources.

Lily's Easter Party - all-new from Zondervan. Lily’s parents plan an egg hunt that goes beyond chocolate bunnies. Based on Resurrection Eggs, this special neighborhood egg hunt leads Lily, her friends, and young readers on a search for the greatest prize of all: the miraculous story of Jesus’ death and resurrection.

Benjamin's Box - What are the treasures in Benjamin's Box? Come along with Benjamin and see. Like all boys and girls, Benjamin is very, very curious. When Jesus comes to Jerusalem, Benjamin decides to follow him and find out who he really is.

Miss Patty Cake's Story of the Resurrection Eggs - This fun, colorful resource is the perfect picture book to read with preschoolers. Miss Patty Cake invites young friends to her house for an egg hunt of a different kind, one that turns up surprise after surprise as they crack open the plastic shells and hear what Jesus has done for them.

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Host Your Own Easter Egg Hunt

The concept is simple: Fix some treats, hide some eggs, and tell the story of Jesus' loving sacrifice for us using Resurrection Eggs.

For a complete guide to a successful event, please download our free Resurrection Eggs Activity Book (PDF) including tips, recipes, games, activity ideas, decorating ideas, printable crafts, printable promotion templates, and more.

Printable promotion templates (PDF - 6.8 MB) include: invitation, poster, door hanger, and church bulletin insert.

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