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  • Tangie Rensel

    RESURRECTION ROLLS...This Easter activity is such an awesome way to talk about the Resurrection of Jesus Christ with young children. In addition to teaching about Christ, these rolls were so yummy!! This is definitely going to become part of our family's Easter tradition. RESURRECTION ROLLS (Each ingredient represents something used to prepare Christ's body for burial.) -Large marshmallows -Melted butter (less than 1/2 stick) -A mixture of cinnamon/sugar (yum!) -A can of refrigerated crescent rolls (makes 8)

  • Maegan Robison

    Resurrection Rolls. Looks good and cute idea!

  • Kim Caldwell

    Resurrection Rolls! Great Easter idea

  • Lisa Gelston

    In addition to teaching about Christ, these rolls were so yummy!! This is definitely going to become part of our family's Easter tradition. We began by looking at Gospel Art Kit pictures of Christ's suffering, death, and burial. Then we headed to the kitchen and made these.

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