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Prayers and Torah Readings for Pesach  (Y,M)
Learning resources from NSW Board of Jewish Education.

Pesach Prayers Explained for Kids  (Y,M)
The Hallel, other prayers, Torah readings, and a video of the B'tzeit Yisra'el from the NSW Board of Jewish Education.

The Four Children of Passover: How to Engage Children and Teens in the Passover Seder  (T)
An article by the Jewish Family and Children's Services on how you can make your Seder appropriate for children at each stage of their growth.

Making a Seder for the Post-Millennial Generation  (T)
An article from Jewish Action by Steve Lipman offering Seder advice from teens, college students and educators familiar with the ways of Generation Z.

Passover Seder for Young Children (4-5 years)   (YT)
13 creative ways to make this night different from all others from Reform Judaism

Passover for Kids  (Y,M)
Contains games, activities, and songs for Passover.

Passover: Customs and Rituals  (Y,M,O,T)
Passover is the most popular Jewish holiday. The dinner celebration is called a seder. The Passover Seder is a meal with special foods, practices, and Scripture readings that commemorate the liberation from Egyptian slavery, in accordance with God's instructions (Lev. 23:1,4, Exod. 12:14,24-27).

Judaism 101: Pesach  (T)
Large site with extensive information on Passover.

Passover Lesson Plan  (M)
Passover unit lesson designed for 5th graders created by Rebecca N. Smith

Passover Meal Recipes  (T)
This site from Epicurious contains recipes for the Seder meal, including soup, fish, and dessert.

Passover - The Festival of Deliverance  (Y,M,O,T)
From Hebrew for Christians.com

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