Use all your senses in this quest for the meaning of Easter
The children have to search for five different places or stations (outside or inside) where they can taste, smell, feel see and hear the Easter story of Jesus' suffering and resurrection from the dead.
Give the children a piece of paper and a pen. At each station the children are told a letter, which they can write down. The stations don’t have to be visited in a particular order. Do tell the children the number of the letter each time they get one. When they have completed all five stations and the letters on their card have made a word, then can visit the last station….
This idea is part of a complete Sunday School lesson on the Bible story of the crucifixion of Jesus ( Matthew 27: 39 - 66 )