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Did you see the "Bunny" box in my previous newsletter? Now I will show you another gift box for Easter, this time in the shape of a chick.

If you like Camembert cheese and you have an empty box available, this project is a good way to re-purpose it. If you don't, you can make your own box: see this video.



One of my favourite recipes for Easter breakfast is a raisin bread in the shape of a bunny. Originally, this is a recipe from Belgium, called "cougnou". It is made at Christmas in the shape of baby Jesus, but I adapt it for other occasions!

These Easter Bunny Buns are a lot of fun to make. Kids will surely want to help make their bunny or another favourite animal with the dough.


Here are two other samples that I made. Don't they make you hungry?


You'll find the recipe on my website.


More project ideas for Easter:

Bird Nest

Bird Nest

Easter Basket made of fabric

Easter Basket made of fabric

Easter Tree

Easter Tree

Egg Decorating

Egg Decorating


Because you are a Pro

Spring is here. Finally!

You will find several spring-themed printables, for example: a crossword puzzle, a picture sudoku, a connect-the-dots drawing, and a poster to decorate the classroom.

Springtime Springtime Sudoku A Sunny Day (connect the dots) Spring Poster

All printables are yours with a Pro membership. In addition, a Pro membership gives you 40 credits that you can spend any way you want on the website.


For me, the sound of spring is the honking of Canada geese who return from the warm regions where they spent the winter and fly over my house on their way northwards.

Every year in the fall, huge flocks of birds pass overhead and I can't wait to see them come back in the opposite direction in the spring.


If you talk about bird migrations with your students or your kids, making a Canada Goose with paper plates can be a very exciting project, especially for grades 4 to 6. I have found that by integrating science with visual arts, you can reach more students, because children often have very different learning styles.

For this project you can ask them to observe pictures and create their own representation. For a detailed description, see the Animaplates Canada Goose project.



Have a great week!




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