Easter Sunday is just few days from now. It is considered as the second Christmas Day in Catholics’ point of view. As part of the yearly celebration of Jesus Christ’s resurrection, Easter eggs are given to celebrate Easter Sunday.
The tradition of Easter egg hunt on Easter Sunday tells us that these Easter eggs are often hidden, allegedly by the so-called Easter Bunny for children to find on the morning of Easter Sunday.
Various communities hold different Easter egg hunt activities. Easter eggs are decorated eggs, real hard-boiled ones or artificial ones filled with, or made of chocolate candies, of various sizes, and are hidden for children to find, both indoors and outdoors.
Usually, prizes are given to those ones who can find the most number of Easter eggs. I am excited about this Easter Sunday 2010. I’m sure a lot of children will enjoy Easter egg hunt activities. But most importantly, we must remember that Easter Sunday is the time to commemorate and celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead and His ascension to Heaven.