In much of Eastern Europe, there is a tradition of dying eggs a bright rich red at Easter. The egg on its own is a symbol of new life and resurrection. Dying it red is a symbol of the blood shed during Christ's infinite atonement and crucifixion. The shell of the egg is a reminder of the stone in front of the tomb, that was rolled away to welcome a resurrected Lord.
On Easter morning, take your egg and roll it down the hill to remind you of this moment. Race your eggs to see which one goes the furthest and enjoy the reminder that death is not the end. These wooden eggs are perfect for endless egg rolling and without breaking.