20 Journal Writing Prompts for Easter

Easter is a good time to make extra entries in your journal.  Writing in a daily journal about Easter is a great way to reflect, express emotions, and enjoy the holiday. If you are looking for inspiration, check out the following journal writing prompts for Easter.

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  1. What does Easter mean to you? Go into detail.
  2. How do you spend the Easter weekend?
  3. Do you participate in Good Friday events? Why?
  4. Do you celebrate Easter with your family? Why or why not?
  5. Do you attend Easter services? Describe the service. What did you like or dislike about the service?
  6. Do you have a favorite song to sing at Easter time? Why is this song important to you?
  7. Do you actively participate in Easter services at your church? What do you do?
  8. Did you give up anything for Lent? Why was it important for you to participate in the Lenten season?
  9. What is your first memory of Easter at church?
  10. What was your favorite Easter tradition as a child?
  11. Do you still carry on your childhood Easter tradition today? Why or why not?
  12. Did you or are you going to color Easter eggs this year? Describe the process. Who helped you? What colors did you use?
  13. Did you hide Easter eggs this year? Describe the event.
  14. What would you like to find inside an Easter egg? Why?
  15. Do you have a favorite Easter egg? Describe the color, the pattern, and other important attributes.
  16. What was one of favorite things in your Easter basket as a child? Why?
  17. Describe your favorite Easter.
  18. Are you cooking a traditional Easter meal? What will you serve?
  19. Describe an Easter meal from your childhood? Are you serving the same type of meal? Why or why not?
  20. What has the significance of Easter changed for you over the years?

Happy Easter!

Author: Rebecca C.

I am just a person who loves to photograph and write about the world around me.

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