The most wonderful time of the year. . . Easter is the most exciting time of the year for the second Sunday school class after Christmas. Not only does Easter mean chocolate and candy, it also gives us the opportunity to reflect on the last days of Jesus\'s life and the sacrifices he made. When looking for Sunday School Easter ideas, try crafts that are suitable for children of different ages. In this way, once older children have finished their crafts, they can start to help young children. Egg- Many Sunday School Easter ideas revolve around eggs as it is the most obvious symbol of the festival and the most common Easter -- Related techniques for dyeing eggs. Eggs for dyeing, hard Cook in a pot of water for 12 minutes. Make sure the eggs are flat at the bottom of the pan or they may not be cooked properly. Remove the eggs from the pan with a slotted spoon and put them in a pot of cold water for about a minute. Prepare the dye just before the egg dyeing is about to begin. Some people like to use shops. Others prefer the homemade method of eating pigments and vinegar. A small cup full of about half warm water. Add 1 teaspoon of vinegar and enough food coloring to produce the desired color. Put the eggs in the dye with a tablespoon and let them sit for a few minutes to absorb the color. Remove the egg from the dye and dry it with a paper towel. For extra shine, wipe the eggs with vegetable oil. When using dyes, always cover the surface of the table with newspapers to prevent any unwanted stains. If the dye does fall on the floor or someone\'s shirt, rinse it immediately with cold water and scrub the stain with soap to prevent permanent damage. Eager to get rid of dyes? While coloring Easter eggs is a popular and fun craft, many people do not like to use actual dyes because they may be dyed. Try some other Sunday School Easter ideas, including decorating eggs without dyes. Paper towels are a good alternative to dyes because they are cheap and have a variety of colors. First, cut the paper towel in half. inch squares. Dip hard- Cook eggs in cold water. Using a variety of overlapping colors, cover the eggs with a square of a paper towel. If the paper towel is not wet enough, spray it with the water in the bottle of the plastic spray. After the eggs are covered, dry them in a bowl. When the eggs are dry, the paper towels fall off and show tension- Glass is like a colored effect on an egg shell. Try to make these beautiful foam plastic Easter egg decorations instead of working with real eggs that might be messy. The advantage of working with foam plastic is that the possibility of decoration is almost endless, while working with real eggs limits the potential of talent. Collect all kinds of lace, beads, sequins, silk flowers, fabric strips and other things that look good on Easter eggs. Attach decorations to foam plastic eggs using direct selling or glue. Once the egg decoration is complete, cut a short ribbon and attach it to the top of the egg with a straight pin or glue. Hang eggs on trees or plants at home as Easter decorations.