Passover, a celebration of freedom, is one of the most important holidays in the Jewish calendar. Whether you’re observing Jewish religion or heritage, or introducing your child to different cultures, Passover offers up some wonderful learning opportunities. From understanding the holiday’s traditions, to making Passover crafts and tasty treats, this is your one-stop shop for making Passover fun.
Pull together some kid-friendly, kosher foods to help your kid concoct edible Passover decorations.
This special Passover-themed vase will showcase spring's freshest flowers and give your child an opportunity to be part of this unique holiday.
This easy craft project boosts counting and fine motor skills, and will help kids learn about Jewish culture.
This Haggadah scroll activity is great for getting kids to practice handwriting, but it's also an effective way to get them to think about the meaning behind Passover.
Passover Recipes and Party Ideas
This Sephardic meat pie features ground beef, mashed potato, onions, and spices simmered in a hearty gravy and then baked in matzoh crust.
Give your child some glitter, paper, and stick-on "jewels" and see what happens in this heartwarming and artistic contribution to the Seder table this year.
Matzoh brei is a fun-to-eat Jewish breakfast. It's a lot like traditional French toast, only it's made with matzoh instead of bread.
If you're trying to plead the case for Passover, I offer this helper: an amazing recipe your kids are sure to gobble up, whether they're Jewish by choice, or not!
Celebrate Passover Traditions
Jewish and non-Jewish children alike can appreciate an overview of Passover's rich symbolism. Here's a guide to help get you started.
Preparing the food for the Seder plate can be a family affair and is a great way for young children to learn the traditions of Passover.
Passover is one of the most meaningful holidays in the Jewish calendar, a joyful celebration of human freedom. So why let such a happy celebration turn dull?
A holiday that involves a three-hour dinner, served only after a long history lesson? Gulp! Yep...That's Passover--a delicious meal, full of meaning and history.