Passover Resources Collection
The Jewish Education Project
The Jewish Educator Portal has curated an exciting blend of Passover resources to help your students connect with the themes of Passover. Students will learn through art projects, text study, discussions, and will have the opportunity to relate Passover to their own modern lives. Lesson plans and activities are available for early childhood through high school.
Join educators throughout the New York area as they discuss Passover Ideas and Resources.
A collection of resources suitable for a variety of ages and learning environments.
This lesson invites family members to learn new ways to hear each other through the process of Active Listening.
Moving Traditions invites you to use our new 2022 Passover Seder supplement to discuss “Never again” with the Jewish youth at your table.
12 Ji Bytes for Passover, each providing 1 hour of learning, games and creative activities for children 4-10.
This drawing lesson allows young children to connect to the Pesach story in a personal way.
Consider Miriam’s experience of exile and the parallels between her story and moments of isolation in your life.
Through the Four Children, learn about ourselves and how we can build more holistic Jewish communities.
Liven up your lesson and/or Passover seder with these four puzzles, each based on a different Passover theme.
Self-care tools that keep us engaged with our mental health, related to the Passover seder plate.
Get a glimpse into the significance of Mimouna and how it is celebrated with these visual and audio resources.
Passover is the holiday of liberation and freedom. What do these terms and this holiday mean to us as Americans?
Learners explore how refugees might feel about leaving home and delve into the final lines of the Seder.
The Jewish Grandparents Network has designed the 10-Minute Dayenu Seder especially for multi-generational families.
Learners feel the trials and joys of going from Egypt to the Promised Land in this experiential activity.