Rewarding Good Questions

ASKING GOOD QUESTIONS Encouraging the children at your seder to ask good questions. This will not only develop their minds, but it will also make for a more engaging seder. Encourage and reward good questions during the seder by giving prizes for the best questions. Don’t forget to give out...

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Seder Prep

In advance of the Seder, prepare questions your children will have fun answering. For example: · If you were a film director and could hire any actors you wanted, who would you have star as Pharaoh? As Moses? As each of the Four Sons? · Passover is one of the...

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Passover Placemats

ON THE MAT While most young children actually enjoy the Seder, there are some moments that may not hold their attention as long as others. Little ones will appreciate the opportunity for diversion, which you can supply thanks to homemade place mats. Use large, white poster board or construction paper...

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Plague Activities

PLAGUE BAGS Create ten paper bags, opening each bag as the Ten Plagues are read. Items to put inside: · Squishy eyeballs for Boils · Fake grasshoppers for vermin · Tiny plastic skeletons for the slaying of the first born · Ping-Pong balls for hail PLAGUE PROPS For BLOOD, put...

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