Passover Teacher Resources

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Use these resources to teach about the historical significance of this Jewish holiday and to enjoy Passover activities. Passover begins on the 15th day of Nissan, the first month of the Jewish calendar. It usually takes place in April. Passover is a time to reflect on slavery, redemption, and the strong will of people to persevere: Passover celebrates when God freed the Jews from bondage in Egypt with the leadership of Moses. To commemorate the holiday, we have recipes for cooking kosher treats, printable instructions for making your own Seder plate, and information on the history of the holiday.

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    Rabbi Benjamin's Buttons Educator's Guide

    The story Rabbi Benjamin's Buttons reflects community as a foundation for J... read more


    Passover Seder Word Scramble

    Review Passover vocabulary with this word scramble. Students unscramble the... read more

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    Seder Plate

    Enhance your teaching materials with this clip art image illustrating a Sed... read more


    Top 10 Passover Activities

    Celebrate the holiday of Passover with your students using our Top 10 Passo... read more


    Passover Pancakes

    Use this recipe to cook pancakes with matzoh meal, and have a delicious bre... read more


    Pillows with Pizzazz

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


    Passover Freedom Mural

    Follow the instructions to create a collage mural that celebrates freedom d... read more


    Decoupage Seder Plate

    Here's a useful arts & crafts project. Celebrate Passover with this decoupa... read more


    Afikomen Art

    Make this homemade Afikomen to use as part of your Seder dinner next Passov... read more


    Celebrations Around the World

    Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Year's Day, Cinco de Mayo, and birthdays... read more


    Paper Seder Plate

    In this art activity, students learn about Passover by making their own Sed... read more

    Literature Guide

    The Keeping Quilt

    The Keeping Quilt is a multi-generational story that follows a beloved quil... read more


    Potato Print Wrapping Paper

    This arts & crafts lesson plan outlines how to make potato stamps for decor... read more


    Holiday Poems

    Students will write an acrostic poem from the name of a winter holiday: "Ch... read more


    Jewish Holidays, 2015-2020

    This calendar lists the dates of the major Jewish holidays, including Hanuk... read more


    Winter Holidays

    Use a lesson that provides students with an opportunity to learn about the ... read more