Haggadah Project: #11 Shulchan Orech and #12 Tzafun
Song: Seder Table Song
Haggadah Project: #9 Maror and #10 Korech
Story: Part 4 Last 5 Plagues
Song: Mah Nishtana
Haggadah Project: #7 Motzi and #8 Matzah
Seder Plate Craft:
Haggadah Project: #2 Urchatz
Read Aloud: A Taste For Noah by Susan Remick Topek
Song: Baby Moses in a Basket
Today we will begin our Haggadah project. (In order to do this, please refer to the post called “Haggadah” project to print out the template.) Today, we will be using sheet number 1. Remember, your child can choose to write on their own, or use the template that already has words on it. Your child can decorate the sheet in any way he or she chooses to: coloring, cutting out paper, felt, paint, printing and gluing pictures…
Craft: Today we will be making Kiddush Cups! I will explain how to make each one below in a video. But clearly, I thought the one on with yarn is the most challenging, and although the one in the middle is simple, it’s the most creative. Watch the videos to find out 🙂
Yarn Kiddush Cup:
Tissue Paper Kiddush Cup:
Secret Material Kiddush Cup:
Song: Avadim Hayinu
Translation: We were slaves, and now we are FREE!
Story: We were slaves
Activity: Building Pyramids
Did you know what the slaves spend their days doing? Building pyramids. Here is a picture of pyramids:
Dear Students and Families,
I hope you take advantage of this project. Although this will look different this year since you are at home, you can use these pages to make your own Haggadah, the book that will lead you through the Passover Seder. Beginning March 24th, I will send daily videos that will teach about 1 or 2 parts of the Haggadah, and on those days, you can add to a page. Each page is numbered, so you will know exactly which page I am talking about. You can write, color, take pictures and glue them in, use construction paper to make pictures, or whatever other creative ways you can think of to make your Haggadah. There is really no right or wrong way to do this, because it’s for YOU. But you MUST send me pictures of them and post pictures to seesaw so we can all see your beautiful work.
Below you will find two copies of the order of the Seder. One has writing lines, and that’s for those of you who want a challenge to write on your own. The other has words on it, but still gives you room to write at the bottom. I hope you are able to print these out and work on them at home. If you have no access to a printer, please let me know and we can try to brainstorm an alternative together.