Resurrection Eggs: A Tactile Easter Story

Resurrection Eggs

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Resurrection Eggs are filled with tactile objects that tell the traditional Easter story of Jesus and the resurrection. They come with a story book that you can read together then each egg contains a different toy that represents part of the story. This is a great way to introduce and talk about what Easter is really all about and it’s also very accessible for children with visual impairments. Add some braille to the story book and you’ve got a fully accessible kit!

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