Passover for young children and families
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Miniature Passover Scene. Print small box templates onto cardstock for houses (don't forget to draw on doorposts), use construction paper, rocks, shredded paper etc to decorate Nile river. Then round up a bunch of lego people. Act out the plagues and Passover scene while you read the scripture. Let kids brush "blood" over doorposts using red paint. Are you covered by the blood of the Lamb?
Messy Brick making: As we learned sang our Passover song about Building, Unicorn friends were introduced to brick making. We needed dirt and straw and sun to dry. The teachers provided the dirt and straw, but unfortunately mother nature did not provide the sun. So what could we do?? We decided we could bake the bricks. Max thoroughly enjoyed the process and the sensory experience of mixing the dirt w/ water and mixing in the straw. Temple Beth Shalom Children's Center in Needham, MA
A group of families follow Rabbi Jamie into Moav, Utah, to celebrate a most unusual Passover seder in the desert. As they hike through the sandstone and red rock desert, they learn important lessons about the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt, such as the importance of helping one another. Together, the community hikes, learns, laughs, sings, debates, and enjoys the delicious Passover seder meal. The story is accompanied by photos of the celebration as well as stunning desert scenery.