Thursday, April 8, 2010

Like this Idea!


Every Easter Sunday,it has been like a traditional thing to do here to paint or draw the egg during breakfast, I mean you have to have boiled eggs on that particular breakfast. So before eating or taking out the shell, we have to paint or draw something on the egg first and this is so interesting specially to children.
Laikka was so into it:) she has her own imagination, she seriously coloring her egg without questioning to his father. I really like this idea. I just wonder why I didn't knew about this when I was still in Philippines. Somehow I shared it to my preschool children as an interesting activity in school during holy weeks;) and more ;)

7 comments:

shydub said...

Mura korek si laikka draw sd ug iya.

RicAdeMus said...

That is a fun family activity.

When I was young we dipped eggs into a mixture of water, vinegar, and food coloring--a different mug for each different color. Today we use Paas egg coloring kits.

Laikka said...

naaa...perti jud..theyve been practicing that at school..so she seems knows it so well na...heheh!

Lulu Post said...

ang galing.... serious pa jud

texas_sweetie said...

artistic kau ug resulta sa eggs oh. ako buhat for my girl kay artificial eggs ra kapoy daghan hiposon nig human tapulz au ang mode.

Dhemz said...

hhahaha...cute kaau si lai-lai....serious man kaau sya.....:)

Lina Gustina said...

She looked so serious... :)

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