I Need A Short Welcome Speech For Easter For Child?and It Is For Church Easter Program For Age 6 Yrs Old


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David Gill answered
Easter speeches for children typically cover the biblical events leading up to the crucifixion, death and the resurrection of Christ, however you may also wish them to focus on the spring season, harvest and the holiday activities that take place at this time of year. This could include Easter-egg hunting, tales of the Easter bunny and getting together with your family. It's important that the speech explains to children what the holiday really means, but keep it simple. You can find a wealth of inspiration for Easter speeches across the internet. For example, sites such as www.heaveninspirations.com and www.apples4teacher.com provide an extensive list of Easter poems that can be read by adults and children alike. It's often best to adapt the speech for a young audience, making it easy and fun for children to read and listen to. This will ensure the most effective delivery. If you choose to use a passage from the bible, or a religious poem keep it brief so that the child can clearly understand and, above all, remember it. For a six year old between 10 and 12 lines of speech should be adequate. You may also wish to modernise the language by updating it to or from traditional or Americanized English, in order to fit the service. Even though many poems and speeches are added online to be freely shared to new audiences, it's recommended that you check the terms of use of any material you do find online, before redistributing it. You could also use www.youtube.com to get an idea of the kinds of speeches children have read at previous Easter programmes at school assembly and church services. These are often posted online by schools and families.
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Amanda Wells answered
As it is for children you should keep it very short and simple. You should say hello and welcome to everyone, and mention by name anyone that you especially want to welcome as an individual. Explain in a few short words what you are going to do today and then repeat the first part, ie 'so now we will start to..' and so introduce the first activity.

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