Lipa City – Many cherished Easter traditions highlight the Christian celebration of Christ’s resurrection, as well as the coming of spring.
Easter eggs and chicks symbolize new life. Eggs have been a symbol of spring since ancient times, and are also symbols of the rock tomb out of which Christ emerged when He rose again. The chick hatching out of the egg symbolizes new life or rebirth.
In ancient times, the rabbit was a symbol of abundant new life. It is said that the Easter bunny first arrived in America in the 1700s with European settlers in Pennsylvania who brought with them their tradition of an egg laying hare called “Osterhase.”
Later on, the tradition spread across America and started to include chocolates, candies, gifts and decorated baskets many in egg, chick, and bunny shapes. Today, many families around the world celebrate Easter with Sunday Mass and lots of sweet treats for kids, including fun egg hunts.
At SM, Toy Kingdom and Snack Exchange have eggs-traordinary and amazing toys and treats, gifts, and surprises for kids of all ages.
Hop on to Snack Exchange for delightful Kinder Joy and Zaini milk chocolate eggs that come with a sweet surprise toy inside, Dutche Easter baskets filled with chocolates and pastel colored eggs, as well as scroll lollipops, hard egg candies and candy fruit surprise eggs.
Make your Easter eggs-traordinary and egg-citing this year with these toys and treats at SM Snack Exchange and Toy Kingdom Express outlets at The SM Store. These are also available at Toy Kingdom Stores in most SM Supermalls. For more updates, check out www.thesmtore.com and Snack Exchange Facebook account: i crave: snack exchange. Also visit and follow ToyKingdomPH and toykingdom.ph for more treats and surprises.
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