"What's Up" Wednesday
Dartmouth Middle School ~ March 31, 2021
The Easter Bunny
Have you ever wondered how the Easter Bunny tradition came to be?
Here's an article that lays out the details:
As for how the specific character of the Easter Bunny originated in America, History.com reports that it was first introduced in the 1700s by German immigrants in Pennsylvania, who reportedly brought over their tradition of an egg-laying hare named "Osterhase" or "Oschter Haws." As the story goes, the rabbit would lay colorful eggs as gifts to children who were good — so the kids would make nests in which the bunny could leave his eggs, and would even sometimes leave out carrots in case the hare got hungry!
Eventually, the custom spread across America to become a widespread Easter tradition — and over time, the fabled bunny's delivery even expanded from just eggs to include other treats such as chocolate and toys.
Dartmouth Middle School
Easter Egg Puns 🥚🥚🥚
Those Easter eggs are really to dye for. 🌸
🐰Easter celebrations are a great way to get people out of their shells.
I'm egg-stremely ready for this egg hunt.🐣
🐇I have so many egg puns, it's not even bunny.
I need to eggs-ercise off all this chocolate.🌸
🐰How was your Easter? I’m dyeing to know.
Not decorating any eggs today? Yolk's on you.🐣
🐇The Easter Bunny must get a lot of eggs-ercise.
Look on the sunny side: It's Easter!
I've been dyeing to decorate some Easter eggs!🌸
🐰I need to shell out for some more Easter chocolate!
What do all the eggs want to do when the egg hunt starts? Scramble!.🐣
🐇All these Easter puns crack me up.
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Literary Corner with Ms. Lori 📖
Ms. Lori Goodrich