A Story Reading for Easter

  • Published on March 26, 2021

Norah reads Easter Delivery

Easter Delivery is a story about Bilby twins Benny and Belinda who are excited to be old enough to make their first Easter delivery on their own. Before they are allowed to go out, they must prove to Mother and Father Bilby that they are capable of following instructions and delivering just the right number of Easter eggs for each family.

This video provides a brief introduction to the story.

The story encourages children to join in helping Benny and Belinda work out the number of Easter eggs required for each family and choosing which boxes or packs of eggs to leave. It is most suited for use on an interactive whiteboard with a small group or class of children, or on a computer with one or two children.

It can also be used interactively with children if teaching over Zoom as explained in this video.

In this video, I read the story for you and your children to enjoy.

It can also be viewed on the website or on YouTube.

There are many other Easter-themed resources available on the website too, all suitable for children 5-7 years of age in their first three years of school. Check out the Easter collection here.

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