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Uprooting oneself from a familiar place may seem scary and unsettling for adults, and especially for children.
Children, supported by caring adults, may spring back from a stressful experience by learning to appreciate the newness of the experience.
K – 3rd
Learners use Yetziat Mitzrayim (The Exodus from Egypt) to probe the conflicting feelings that refugees might have about leaving their homes, and they delve into the final lines of the Seder to internalize how expressing hope to be in Jerusalem can evoke different feelings.
Best suited for grades 5 – 12.
Leaving Egypt and setting out for the Promised Land was a seminal event for B’nei Yisrael (the Israelites). Students consider what it might
The Seder can be a time of great change and also a time of great familiarity each year. It can be especially
Dayenu or Veruca Salt, which will win? Use music, video, Torah, excerpts from the Haggadah, and more to explore and evaluate the
Activate learning by giving students choices to move, create, research, and eat as they make deeper connections to Passover themes and rituals.
Create it in class; use it at home! Make the Seder more fun, imaginative, and engaging with student-generated, Seder-related memes. This activity
The more plagues God sends, the more Pharaoh refuses to give in. Students play with oobleck to explore how Pharaoh’s stubbornness can
Elevate your teaching space with JTeach’s classroom-oriented Passover Breakout Box. (The original five puzzle box, which was written for a group with
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