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Love this! We will have to do this. Good thing I have...oh...about 500 lbs of wheatberries. Think that will be enough??? BTW-You can bring your extra berries over next time you stop by and I'll happily mill them into flour for you.
You can also sprout the wheat berries and just eat them as you would regular sprouts. They have a wonderful flavor.


How wonderful, you found it. I was so hoping you would feature this -ever since we tlked on the phone about it. I hope you don't mind but, I'm going to link to your post here when I do my up date post on Lent. ~Blessings!

Ann Voskamp@Holy Experience

This. is. wonderful!

Thank you!


I agree, this really is a great idea...the empty tomb...the springy green grass....new life sprouting. Thanks so much for sharing!


This is incredible. It is so simple and beautiful.
Thank you!


This is so cute. I am excited to do this with my kids. Thank you for sharing.

Prairie Lily Arts

Janna, I've been going through my Easter ideas... not quite finding that special, fresh thought. This is just perfect. Picking up our supplies tomorrow. Thank you so much! :)


What a great idea. we make a tomb too out of homemade clay..but this is so great. But since I have no green bone in me, I doubt it would grow. Not in my house


Thank you for such a fabulous Easter Craft! My children and I made this tonight and we can't wait to see the sprouts grow.


So fun! We started ours on Wednesday, and we've got sprouts today!! So excited to see it on Easter!


Thank you!!!


Here is ours :) Thanks for sharing!!


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I did this last year with my three small children and loved it! Gathering my items to make it once again this year:) I'm not sure about blog etiquette but I linked to your blog in my post last year and just reminded my friends and family about it again this year, hope that's OK. Here's our pic from last year... http://katiesahid.wordpress.com/2011/03/11/day-two-of-lent-and-easter-thoughts-from-last-year/


Fantastic idea! I'm so glad I found your blog. Looking forward to checking it out more!

Nicole @ Journey 2 Excellence

Just started our Hill of Calvary today. Thanks for this great idea!

Deb Chitwood

Thanks so much for your tutorial - this is such a beautiful activity! I love that it's hands-on, and the symbolism is so powerful. The Good Friday activities are amazing as well. I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/LivingMontessoriNow.


I'm not artsy by any stretch of the imagination but I love JESUS and this idea. It can work wonders to solidify the story of the resurrection in the hearts and minds of our children.


I found this great idea via Pinterest! I love it! I think I will try it with my kids this year. Thanks for posting.


I like how your able to represent your religion in a artistic way.

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