by Sari Kopitnikoff
A fun Passover board game for young children. Print and play!
by Chani Saposh
Fun, educational Passover games your kids will enjoy.
by Moshe Erlbaum
Stretch your knowledge of the Haggadah text.
by Shalom Sesame
Help Jake find the Afikomen boys and girls
Print out these coloring pages and enjoy!
by Doron Kornbluth
Providing your children with the Seder experience you want them to have requires thinking ahead.
by Nesanel Yoel Safran
Bread isn't the only thing that can get puffy. People also sometimes puff themselves up by bragging and acting conceited. Matzah teaches us to un-puff ourselves.
by Yitzhak Attias
'Find the Chametz' and 'Afikoman' Mazes.
by Rebecca Rubinstein
Print out and see if you could find the words below hidden in the square. The words can be downwards, sideways, or diagonal.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
Add an experiential, dramatic element to the evening.
Why not make yourself or a family member a great cushion cover for leaning on at the Seder!
Spice up your Passover Seder!
Make your very own Matza holder to put on the seder table for everyone to enjoy.
Why not surprise your father or grandfather and give them this beautiful hand made Afikoman holder that you made!!!
This is fun to do with as many members of the family as possible and bring them to the Seder table.
A few weeks before Passover, a handful of Jewish prisoners in a Soviet labor camp in Siberia decided they wanted to celebrate the upcoming Jewish festival.
A great Rabbi finds out that Elijah liked best the simple Seder of a poor man who captured the meaning of Pesach in one heartfelt prayer.
The Four Sons serve as a wonderful model on how to transmit our rich heritage effectively, tailor-made to each child's capacity and way of learning.
This short passage from the Haggadah has given hope to Jews over the centuries, particularly in times of oppression.
The legacy of a young girl who died from cancer teach us how to leave our own Egypts and gain freedom by giving others joy.
Ideas and games that are guaranteed to bring to life some of the key sections of the Haggadah with your family.
by Yaffa Ganz
The delicious food for the Cedarville Seder is stolen!
Fun holiday crafts for the whole family.
by Sharon Duke Estroff
How to prevent your kids from asking the fifth question, "Are we done yet?"
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