Easter in Great Britain It is a religious holiday. There are 3 favourite symbols of Easter: Easter Cross, Easter Egg and Easter Bunny. The Cross represents Christs victory over death. The Egg is a symbol of life. The Easter Bunny is really a hare. The hare was a favourite animal of Easter, the spring goodness, so Bunny represents love and growth.
A is for April, the heart of the spring. B is for Bunnies and the Baskets they bring. C is for Cart, with eggs piled upon it. D is for Daisies we pick for our bonnets. E is for Eggs each a bright colour. F is for Family, sister and brother. G is for Garden, higing a treat. H is for Hopping on quick bunny feet. I is for Indoors, after egg – hunting ends. J is for the Joy we share with our friends.
K is for Kindness that makes the day bright. L is for Lilies, lovely and white. M is for music we gather to play. N is for Nest, filled with eggs the birds lay. O is for Outdoor, where we hunt by the hour. P is for the Puddles that follow a shower. Q is for Quiet in the soft morning light. R is for Rabbit, dressed up just right. S is for Spring, when the world is in bloom.
T is for Tulips we place in each room. U is for Umbrella is sunshine or rain. V is for Violets found in the lane. W is for Water where rabbits are gliding. X marks the spot where eggs are hiding. Y is for Young ones, happy at play. Z is for Zeal as we greet Easter Day.