A Note from Morah Melissa
Passover is coming! For years I have tried to make Passover more meaningful for my children by changing my seder from book focused to more child-friendly. Here are a few tips I love:
1) Why sit at the table when we are told to recline? Hold your seder in the living room. Let people relax. I have taken the small metal salad bar containers and made a travel seder plate for each participant.
2) Don't just tell the story, live it. Act it out! We've parted the sea, we've raced baby Moses, and we always throw plagues at my dad (Pharaoh)!
3) Honor memory. For each cup of wine we bless (four in all) I ask someone at the table to talk about someone who is their hero and then we dedicate the Kiddush in memory or in honor of their hero!
Just a few ideas from my seder to your's! Wishing you a Zessin Pesach!
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