So Easter has come! Easter egg is a symbol of the spring holiday along with Easter cake and cottage cheese Easter. The egg symbolizes life, rebirth, and the tradition of painting eggs for Easter is rooted in antiquity. Legend has it that Mary Magdalene presented the first Easter egg to the Roman emperor Tiberius in order to announce the miraculous resurrection of Jesus Christ. According to another legend - the beginning of the tradition to paint eggs was laid by the Virgin Mary, who painted eggs to entertain Jesus Christ when he was still a baby. The color of an egg depends on what it is painted with, and the color itself also matters: red is a royal color, reminds of God's love for the human race, and blue is the color of the Blessed Virgin, it is associated with kindness, hope, love for one's neighbor. White is a paradise color and symbolizes purity and spirituality, while yellow, like orange and gold, symbolizes wealth and prosperity. Green, like a fusion of blue and yellow, means prosperity and rebirth. Colorful and painted eggs give a cheerful mood and are the basis of Easter games. Everyone loves to play games related to Easter eggs, especially children. It's time to do creativity. Let's make paints and brushes. Make every egg a work of art.