The Kindergarten and Third Grade classes at Nazareth School shared the Easter story by making Resurrection Eggs. Inside each egg is an object that symbolizes a part of the Easter story. The first egg contains a piece of palm for Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Eggs 2-11 hold items that represent the events of Holy Thursday and Good Friday. Finally, egg 12 is empty; the emptiness symbolizes the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Each student was able to take his/her individual carton home to share Jesus’ journey with family and friends. The third graders loved guiding the kindergartners through this very meaningful ind interactive experience which has been a tradition at Nazareth School for many years!