Candy Cane Lapbook
Finally a red stripe was added to represent the blood Christ shed for the sins of the world, and three thinner red stripes for the stripes He received on our behalf when the Roman soldiers whipped Him. Sometimes a green stripe is added as a reminder that Jesus is a gift from God.
The flavour of the cane is peppermint, which is similar to hyssop. Hyssop is in the mint family and was used in the Old Testament for purification and sacrifice. Jesus is the pure Lamb of God, come to be a sacrifice for the sins of the world.
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More Candy Cane Activities
For more hands-on activities to go with this lapbook, why not try these.
Candy Cane Biscuits
Candy Cane Cupcakes
Bake some plain vanilla cupcakes. When cool, ice with white icing and then sprinkle with crushed candy canes. A small amount of peppermint essence could also be added to the icing or the cupcakes.
Candy Cane Breadsticks
Using one sheet of puff pastry, lay it out flat on a chopping board. Sprinkle the pastry with parmesan cheese. Cut the puff pastry into strips that are around 2.5 cm wide (1 in). Hold the top and the bottom of the strips and twist. As you place on a lined baking tray, make them into the shape of a shepherd’s staff or a candy cane. Bake in the oven until golden brown.
Dissolving Candy Canes
This fun and exciting dissolving candy cane science experiment is a great activity for kids to complete this festive season.
Candy Cane Paint
This candy cane paint is such a great fun activity for kids.
With this Christmas scented playdough the options are endless.
Bending Candy Canes
This fun bendy candy cane experiment is so easy to set up and complete, as well as a fun way to use up some of those extra candy canes you have during the festive season.
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