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For Your Kids


> "Ma Nishtana - The 4 Questions in Hebrew"
Sing along to the traditional melody of "Ma Nishtana" in Hebrew with English transliteration.

> "Now We Are Free" by the Ein Prat Fountainheads 
Enjoy the Ein Prat Fountainheads Passover music video, and take control of the action in the "Escape From Egypt" video by playing the interactive version!

> The Passover Shaboom! Special
"What's Different About Tonight?" The Sparks can't find the chametz! The Plonys can't make matzah balls! Ma nishtana? Why is this night different from all other nights? Find out on this Passover special episode of Shaboom!


> Radical Empathy for Kids - A Family Affair
Reading and discussion to inspire your kids.

> Seder Songsheets
Song parodies to add pizzazz to your Passover.

> Place Card Table Tents
Customize your seder table with these decorative "Ma Nishtana" place card table tents.

> Passover Color By Number
> Seder Table
> Spring is Here

> Seder Guest Fingerprint Tree
Create a keepsake for Passover by providing a record of who attended your seder while giving your guests the opportunity to reflect on the process of liberation from the moment they arrive at your doorstep.


> Make Life-Sized LEGO™ Seder Plates
Follow these fun instructions from Joanna Brichetto of The Bible Belt Balabusta, to transform these everyday building blocks into a Passover-themed work of art.

> DIY Bedikat Hametz Kits
Pick up your own Bedikat Hametz kit at Valley Beth Shalom while supplies last, or create your own DIY kit at home.

> The Courage of Nachshon
Nachshon, the Midrashic character, comes to teach us that redemption is a partnership with God. God makes miracles when humans take the first step. Attached is a shpiel (skit) by Meridith Shaw Patera that brings the spirit of that Midrash to life.

> DIY Charoset Bar
Here's an idea to keep your guests busy until everyone arrives and to give people a little nosh before you start the Seder.

> DIY Afikomen Bag Craft
Create your own afikomen bag using felt and yarn.

Thu, April 2 2020 8 Nisan 5780