Ever wondered what people in other parts of the world do for Easter? Here are some stories of how people in other countries celebrate. You might want to try out a tradition or two in your family this year.
Ever seen a bilby? The land down under is famous for its unusual species of animals, and soon the bilby may be the Easter symbol for Australia.
Egg cracking is good for more than just eating the egg in Bulgaria.
En Mexico mucha gente celebran la Semana Santa actuando la pasión y resurección de Cristo. (In Mexico many people celebrate the Holy Week by performing in Passion Plays.)
If you can talk your family and friends into it, you could have fun practicing the Polish tradition of Easter Monday "watering."
Easter is family time in Germany. Adults love hiding cookies and eggs for the children to find. What's an Easter Fire? You'll see.
If you like to get up early on Easter Monday, you may want to try the old Welsh tradition of the lucky somersaults.