We turned Easter up a notch this year. First we made natural food dyes and dyed free range local eggs, which started off white, blue or brown, and made our Easter Eggs. We got some really vibrant yellows and pinks. We had no success with carrots, but we had to give it a try. We even did a scientific write up, so we turned the whole thing into a great lesson. Beets, blueberries, and turmeric/tea/onion peel were really the best.
We went to the Unitarian 9 am service and the 9:30 group breakfast, which was a great chance to meet new people there finally. Easter activities and egg hunt, usually in the beautiful overgrown, floral graveyard, because of rain it was held in Gage hall classrooms. Mark was with us and we all really got a full tour of the grounds together.
At home the baskets were pretty simple, but each kid got a new wrist watch (to practice time on).