Where did the Easter egg originate?
A mong Ukrainians there is a belief that the fate of the world depends upon pysanky. As long as egg decorating continues, the world will exist.
Easter Eggs can be grouped into 6 main categories which are: 1) solar symbols, 2) bezkonechnyk - never ending lines, 3) plant symbols, 4) animal symbols, 5) geometric symbols and 6) Christian symbols.
The writing of Easter eggs was suppressed by the Soviets in the past century and many beautifully decorated eggs were destroyed in museums.
Check out these Ukrainian batik dyed Easter Eggs that are 60 years old - from the old country - covered with intricate geometric patterns and plants.
In the term 'Easter egg hunt' there are no verbs. The noun Easter is used as a proper adjective to describe 'egg', and the noun egg is used as and adjective to describe the noun 'hunt'. The word hunt is both a noun and a verb; in the term 'Easter egg hunt' the word hunt is a noun, for example: Subject: The Easter egg hunt is scheduled for Sunday. Object: We plan to go to…
You can have a regular Easter Egg Hunt where the eggs are scattered about and kids run around and collect as many as possible. I found this game ideas at http://www.partygameideas.com/easter-games/ Easter Egg Treaasure Hunt where clues lead you to eggs and then the Easter treasure. Easter Egg Relay Race with spoons and eggs Easter Hop Spot where kids hop around a board based on the roll of the dice. Then there are Easter trivia…