I found this cute little story book, perfect for little minds, at the LDS magazine website of The Friend. You can go here to get the story book. When printing the story book, click "print". When the print box appears, select the option to print multiple pages per sheet. Select "4" pages. This will make the story book small enough to fit all 8 pages onto half of a sheet, making it small enough to fit inside Easter eggs.
You will also need the following:
2 Binder Rings Per Storybook
Paper Hole Punch
Card Stock, White & Color
8 Large Easter Eggs Per Storybook
The Storybook "He Sent His Son" From The Friend Magazine, Printed Onto White Card Stock
The template I created for you at the end of this blog, printed onto colored card stock. You don't have to use it, but I wanted a "background" for the little story books for my children.
This is so simple, and you can easily have it done by this Easter Sunday! First, after you have printed the storybook and template onto card stock, cut out everything.
Next, tape each page of the storybook onto each of the squares I provided for you in the template.
Now, punch a hole into the top corners of each story book page:
Add the Easter eggs to your child's Easter egg hunt, then when your hunt is over, help your child put the story book together and bind it with the two binder rings. Then tell the Easter story of Christ how he died for each of us, and how we can all live again because of Him! Happy Easter! I hope you and your children enjoy!
Here is the "background" template if you want to add that "flare" to your child's storybook, you can even laminate the pages if you want it to be more permanent.