My eldest just turned four and I am excited to prepare for Passover and put together a child-friendly seder! As a young child, I remember enjoying Passover but also being overwhelmed by certain aspects of the Passover story, like the lessons from The Four Children. In an effort to make sure I don’t leave my own children with unanswered questions, I’ve compiled sheets to highlight Passover’s teachings in a way that is both meaningful and accessible to children. --Annie Lumerman, Chief Operating Officer at Sefaria
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And You Should Tell Your Children
Use with a class to begin a discussion of how you fulfill Rabbi Gamliel's requirement of feeling as if you, yourself, left Egypt.
Rachel Buckman8875 ViewsSep 6 2016Haggadah,Seder
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Why do we Dip?
This lesson, which involves class discussion and chevruta/partner work, discusses the Karpas section of the Passover seder. The lesson can be adapted for different ages and levels of students.
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Parshat Bo: Moses and Aaron Come to Pharaoh
In this week's Torah portion, learn more about plagues, Pharaoh, Moses, and his brother Aaron. -- Actor and writer Joel Stanley takes us INSIDE the head of Aaron, Moses's number one man (ahem...and his brother). Plagues! Confrontations! And poison-tinged political drama where Moses and Pharaoh's attendants attack each other...with snakes??
Sarah Lefton1090 ViewsFeb 7 2018
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Parshat Bemidbar: In the Desert - Life During the Journey to Egypt
Reporter Helen Chernikoff digs into the statistics of the Israelite census and tells us some interesting stories about the people who were wandering in the desert - much more than just their ages and occupations. Take a look bemidbar - in a desert - and see what you can learn about people.
Sarah Lefton562 ViewsFeb 7 2018
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