While the Haggadah has many standard elements, different versions of the Haggadah throughout history have added their own perspectives on the Exodus narrative. One way in which these Haggadot interpret the narrative is through artistic representations. One classic example is the different ways that the four children are represented throughout history. The ways in which the Makkot (Plagues) are represented also help to give us insight into how people understand what befell the Egyptians.
This activity is best suited for K-2nd and 3rd-5th grades
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