Links, Resources & Ideas
*An idea I am very excited about is having our own Passover (Seder) meal with some friends. There are 2 other friends along with our family that will be doing a unit on Passover along with Mrs. Katz and Tush, we are planning to prepare a Seder meal for our kids. Many of the details found on the website below (passover with kids) we will implement into our own dinner.
*HSS has lots of printables that you could use towards a lapbook or for notebooking to go along with the Mrs. Katz and Tush unit.
*This site is REALLY great for studying Passover with kids! (Some things I found here: free Passover coloring book, songs to listen to with your kids, videos for kids on Passover, 15 Step Seder Dinner plans…and more!) I plan to show my kids alot of things from this site!
*Print off this seder plate for your kids to color and paste together. I want to try and show them what each part of the Seder plate represents and means. (I’m not completely thrilled with this printable – if you find another craft of some sort for the Seder plate – with all the parts shown – let me know!)
*I love these ideas for teaching our kids about the 10 Plagues and making this come “alive” for them! I’m hoping to introduce these 1 per day leading up to our Passover dinner.
*Crayola has a Passover Symbols coloring page
*Here are 9 Passover Printables – word searches, crosswords, vocab sheets, etc.
*If you are looking for an actual Seder or Haggadah – the actual “service” or all the readings, here is a free one you can download and print!
*I would love to find a Jewish person to interview with the kids! (Any ideas, local friends?)
*I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of books and videos our library had on the topic of passover for kids! So, be sure and do a search at your library…you never know what treasures you may find!
More books about Passover