What do we do on Passover night? We have a Seder of course! OK, but what does that mean?

Passover Guide for Kids

Passover Guide for Kids

Start off with a house. Minus the Chametz. Add Matzah, wine, family members and what do you get? A Passover Seder of course!

This year, the Passover Seders fall out on Friday and Satursday nights, the 30th and 31st of March, 2018.

Kids: YOU play the most important role!

That’s right. Every year when we retell the story of our Freedom from Egypt, we begin with the children’s questions and the story is told as an answer!

We sit down to a festive meal and do lots of different things that aren’t generally done – all to make you kids excited and curious about this wonderful Holiday!

So be prepared! Read the complete story of Passover, follow the How-To guide, surprise your family with tons of cool facts, and ask lots and lots of questions!

Brief overview of the 15 steps of the Passover Seder
Learn to ask the Four Questions with this interactive tool
We count the days between Pesach and Shavuot as we prepare to receive the Torah again on the Festival of Shavuot. This is called “Counting the Days of the Omer,” or “Sefirat Ha’Omer.” Here’s how to do it.