Pupil 1: And some more facts about Easter Sunday.
Pupil 2: To celebrate the arrival of spring, Easter parades often take place on
Easter Sunday afternoon, where people can wear new clothes as a sign of the
changing seasons, and competitions are held to find the best Easter bonnet.
Traditionally, large Easter parades are held in Battersea Park, London (На
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Pupil 1: Is Easter Monday is a national holiday?
Pupil 2: Oh, yes of course it is! Easter Monday is a national holiday in Britain,
when games and sports are played!
Pupil 1: Really? I like to play Easter games too!
Pupil 2: And what about you, dear friends? Would you like join us?
Pupils: Yes, we’d like to!
Teacher: So, let’s start!
Dear friends, do you know any Easter symbols?
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Pupils: Easter Bunnies, Eggs, Ducks…
Teacher: Good for you! Here is an Easter Basket. There are 2 cards in it. Take one
of them and you can see a bunny or a duckling on it. So, the first team will be
“Bunnies”, and the second one will be “Ducklings”.
And now meet our jury (Учитель представляет жюри)
And for the beginning let’s learnt an Easter poem:
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Easter eggs yellow and blue,
Easter eggs for me and you,
Easter eggs and candy sweets,
Easer eggs are good to eat,
Easter eggs pretty and funny,
Where, oh…Where is an Ester Bunny?
Splendid! Any volunteers to recite the poem?