Best Easter Eggs Coloring Pages
are great practice for Easter time. If you have someone in your social life that says Easter eggs are ‘just for kids’, we recommend cutting them out of your social circle for good…lol. All the grown-ups can still get their chocolate fix by snapping up an Easter egg from any baskets for themselves.
In the Orthodox tradition, dyed red eggs have marked the occasion since Mary Magdalene went to visit the tomb of Jesus and discovered that he was no longer there and her snack basket of eggs turned bright red. … It was their love of historical fun that helped bring the art of dyeing Easter eggs into the modern era. Eggs symbolize fertility, so farmers would scatter broken eggs into their fields hoping they would bring forth an abundant crop. Also, if you break open an egg and find two yolks; that means someone you know will be getting married or having twins … lol.
The origin story of Easter eggs starts in Medieval Europe, but it may or may not have originated with Christians. … Eggs were part of the celebration of Eastre. Apparently eggs were eaten at the festival and also possibly buried in the ground to encourage fertility.”
Since ancient times, eggs and rabbits have been a symbol of fertility, while spring has been a symbol of rebirth. … The Easter bunny and Easter eggs originated as pagan symbols of spring and rebirth.
No matter how old we get, there’s always something about the joy of a best Easter eggs coloring pages that fills us with glee and hope.
I think I feel the same joy when I unwrapping the foil coating chocolate; or discovering the hidden treats inside a chocolate egg; our love for Easter eggs is still strong as strong as when we were five years old. Don’t forget the Coloring Pages to all your friends.