These virtual mock seder activities are meant to educate, engage, and connect people around Passover prep and the seder. Each may be used as is, or you can make a copy of the sheet and adapt it for a different setting or audience.
Background/guide for the Urchatz/Karpas portion of the Seder, framed for families with children, but easily usable by other households, for community sedarim/study, or for teaching middle- and high school students.
In this lesson students delve into the lives of Miriam or Moses and present the highlights of their lives through creating a montage. The creative lesson is written for upper elementary or middle school students.
This sheet gives directions for a PBL activity for upper elementary or middle school aged children. In the course of the activity, the children discover what is needed to prepare for a seder. They advertise for a fictitious business, which they imagine, that provides Passover preparation services. The activity is a fun and creative way to review or learn about the Passover seder and can be adapted for any learning environment.
This lesson plan provides the structure for individual or group research projects. Students choose a section of the Passover Haggadah to research. Using resources on Sefaria, the students learn and present their findings about a favorite section of the Passover seder. The lesson is appropriate for middle school and high school students.
In this lesson, students will analyze the how-to's and whys of the Korech section of the Passover seder and will reflect on how they manage different emotions and difficulties in their own lives.
As written, the lesson is geared toward upper middle school and high school students but may be adapted for other ages.