Get ready for Easter with the Holy Week Kit! Experience the Resurrection story with your children while playing with the interactive tomb and artfully crafted peg doll Jesus. Your kids will love bringing the resurrection story to life as they learn more about Holy Week.
Our Holy Week Story Cards provide more learning with scripture references. In addition, each card features stunning illustrations and easy-to-understand text that will engage your child and help them understand the true meaning of Easter.
Order your Holy Week Kit today! The kit will help your family learn about the hope that Easter brings. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to educate and inspire your children with the true story of Easter!
Imaginative play helps reinforce the story in a kid-friendly way.
Each Holy Week Kit includes a wooden shape set, a set of paper palm leaves, and our Holy Week story cards, providing a hands-on learning experience. All shapes are a natural unfinished wood and can be colored or painted if you wish.
The classic wood design is a durable heirloom quality to enjoy for years to come. The shapes are a mix of custom cuts from our production partner, Pegsies, and curated pieces to compliment the Easter story and provide tangible imagery. The natural shapes and colors encourage imaginative play boosting memory of the extraordinary story of Jesus.
The tomb is interactive, with a stone to roll in front of the opening. The donkey comes with a stand is fun to include with Palm Sunday. The cross is perfect for small hands and discussing the significance of the cross. Peg Jesus is etched with details, including nail scars.
The Holy Week story cards are professionally printed on glossy paper with scripture references and a summary on the back. There are nine cards in total with colorful illustrations on the front.
Wood items are not made for chewing and may contain small parts. Please supervise play.
Peg Jesus, tomb with stone, and donkey designed and created by our production partner PegsiesShop.
“You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.” -Deuteronomy 6:7