Crazy question, I know Through my daughter's French class at school, we will be having a student from France stay with us for a couple of weeks. She arrives on Tuesday and will be here over Easter. We were trying to think of fun activities to do while Marie is visiting... some big stuff (which is easy here in Chicago) and some low key stuff to do at home as well. We thought dying eggs would be fun (my daughter loves to dye them regardless), which got us to thinking if Marie would share this tradition as well. I tried looking it up online and didn't find any mention of the act of actually dying eggs. I did learn that bunnies aren't a thing, so I'm going to make sure to pick up a chocolate bunny for her. Does anyone know any other Easter differences? Or have any suggestions of things we think of as normal everyday type things, that might be interesting to do with our exchange student?