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Top Passover Activities

Celebrate the holiday of Passover with your students using our favorite printables and activities about the holiday, which celebrates the freedom of Jews from bondage in Egypt. Teach the history of Passover, create a Seder plate, cook Kosher treats, and more.
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Teach children about the meaning of Passover with these activities.

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In this art activity, students learn about Passover by making their own Seder plate.

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Follow the instructions to create a collage mural that celebrates freedom during Passover.

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Try putting a Star of David, Elijah's cup, or an Afikomen on this pillow to celebrate Passover.

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Here's a useful arts & crafts project. Celebrate Passover with this decoupage Seder plate.

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Use this recipe to cook pancakes with matzoh meal, and have a delicious breakfast during Passover.

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This recipe is for a traditional Jewish food called a knish. The word knish is Ukrainian for dumpling.

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