Last Minute Passover Ideas, Four Questions Cheat Sheet, Kid Friendly Seders
My dad just informed me about the site, Kveller.com. It’s a Jewish parenting website that offers parents raising Jewish kids a place to exchange parenting tips, share their struggles, kvetch and kvell.
Passover Tips and Ideas
The folks over at Kveller have been frantically preparing for Passover and here are a few tips and ideas to help you out over the next week or so. Do you need some last minute kid friendly Passover ideas? My dad has really gotten into the 10 plagues and throws 10 Plagues props at the kids now. Everyone has a great time. Need some 4 Questions Cliffs Notes? Even though it’s only the youngest that has to say them, everyone should know what they mean and be available if the youngest needs help.
- How to Survive a Seder with Kids
- Great Passover Recipes
- Last Minute Kid-Friendly Seder Ideas
- Seder Plate Coloring Page
- The Four Questions: A Cheat Sheet
So, this is not from Kveller, but I wanted to share it anyway. Passover Explained With Graphs. Here are some funny graphs that show time spent during the seder, Dayenu (number of verses compared to words known), and a pie chart showing people who love matzah.
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