A Fun Zone's Easter Page
Since its origins, Easter has been a time of celebration
and feasting. Today it is commercially important, seeing
wide sales of greeting cards and confectionery such as
chocolate Easter eggs, marshmallow bunnies, Peeps, and
jelly beans. But it started as the most important
religious holiday of the Christian liturgical year,
observed in March, April, or May to celebrate the
resurrection of Jesus.
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Brain Teasers | Easter
Keepers: Easter Island One day Professor H, an expert on Easter Island, receives a strange letter from the capital city of Hanga Roa. The mysterious letter claims that something sinister is happening on the island! Without any hesitation, Professor, together with his assistant Joel and his granddaughter Ivie, rush to the island, where many puzzles, mysteries and quests await them. Use your Match 3 skills to uncover the mystery in Jewel Keepers: Easter Island!
Bonus Spring is in the air! Journey through the Spring countryside with your cute animal friends. Help the Easter Bunny light the magic rainbow by melting away the cold grip of Winter. Featuring fluffy chicks, frolicking lambs and bouncy rabbits, this adorable Match 3 game is bursting with bonuses and fun for all the family.
Catcher Become an Egg Catcher. Collect the
Eggs in the egg-tray.
Last Egg Standing Last Egg Standing is a frantic dash to catch all the eggs from four different chickens before they
end up as scrambled eggs on the farmhouse floor.
Pot - Put it in the Egg- Pot to reach the
Have fabulous fun in this Easter Eggztravaganza!
It's Easter and Mike and Sally are going to paint
Easter Eggs. Head to the farm for some fresh eggs,
visit your Auntie Janet and make your way to the
yearly Mega Easter Egg Hunt. Look for Easter Eggs,
Bunnies, Candy and Fabulous Toys that have been
scattered all over. Play captivating mini games such
as spot-the-difference, jigsaw puzzles and many more
in this exciting Hidden Object Game for the whole
family to enjoy. Help make this the best Easter
is approaching, and what better way to celebrate by
playing a fun, whimsical, relaxing game of Hidden Objects! Search
through over 12 uniquely illustrated levels with Easter
themed graphics! Search
for Chicks, Eggs, Chocolates, Bunnies, and more! Illustrations
are spectacular, and so easy to pick up and play! Celebrate
Easter with Hidden Objects Easter today!
In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it,
You'll be the grandest lady in the Easter Parade.
I'll be all in clover and when they look you over,
I'll be the proudest fellow in the Easter Parade.
On the avenue, Fifth Avenue, the photographers will snap us,
And you'll find that you're in the rotogravure.
Oh, I could write a sonnet about your Easter bonnet,
And of the girl I'm taking to the Easter Parade.
by Irving Berlin
Once there was this guy, and he was
driving in his car, and all of a sudden, he sees the
Easter Bunny hopping on the road. Well, he was going
too fast, and he didn't hit the brakes in time, so he
hit the Easter Bunny.
He was really upset, and was thinking, "Oh no,
what about all those poor little kids?? What can I
do!?" Then, a blonde drove up in her car, and
asked, "What's wrong?"
"I hit the Easter Bunny!!" said the guy.
"Oh, I know what to do," said the blonde,
and she went into her car, got a can, and sprayed the
Easter Bunny with it.
A few minutes later, the Easter Bunny got up, hopped a
little bit, turned around and waved, hopped a little,
turned around and waved, and it kept doing that. When
the Easter Bunny was out of sight, the guy turned to
the blonde and asked, "Wow, I'm dying to know
what was in that can!!"
"Oh," said the blonde, "It was hair
spray. It says, 'Spray on dead hair for permanent
The Origin Of Easter The origin of Easter
does have a couple of different possibilities. First of
all Easter is mainly considered to be a pagan holiday.
Most of the old religions have different celebrations for
different seasons throughout the year. The origin of
Easter plays into the celebrations carried out during or
around the spring equinox. It is during the time we call
Easter that Attis died and was resurrected each....Read
Easter Bunny Performance Easter Rabbit is
treated with the same importance and respect as Santa
Klaus, especially in Europe and the United States.
Although for those ones, who are not from these countries,
it seems as pretty odd version of a chicken: these rabbits
are believed to bring eggs at Easter night, and, moreover,
not common eggs, but chocolate ones. If to skip this very
idea, Easter Bunny is....Read
Rearrange the letters to reveal words and phrases connected with Thanksgiving. Spelling counts!
1. g r i m l i p s
2. v e r s a t i l e
3. M e n o v e r b
4. M r. S i d T u c k
5. O h, m e!
6. e a r c l o s e s
7. b o w s h i n e
8. p r a t t l e
9. D e a r P a
10. b e a r d
The first Thanksgiving football game was started in 1934 by which team?
1. Detroit Lions
2. Green Bay Packers
3. Kansas City Chiefs
4. Pittsburgh Steelers Solution
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Thanksgiving - What Were the Pilgrims Thankful For
It is impossible to ponder those brave Pilgrims, our forefathers, risking life and limb and enduring the perils of the sea, the unknown, starvation and deprivation of every sort without wondering about the very strong reasons they were so willing to face these perils and hardships. Discovering their reasons also provided answers to how the first Thanksgiving came about. The Pilgrims gave thanks because they saw the promise of their quest near at hand and in some small way at the harvest time of that first year it looked like their dream had gotten itself underway.....
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The turkeys revolted three years ago. Not coincidentally, that was the same year mankind last had Thanksgiving dinner. We should have seen it coming. It was the logical conclusion of our perennial turkey oppression. Years of slicing, dicing, chopping, and carving in the name of tastiness. Gobble-gobble, indeed. Even as the revolution flared, we thought it would be easy. We thought they were dim-witted, clumsy, unworthy adversaries. We thought they would soon be on our Thanksgiving dinner table again. We thought wrong. They had outside help.