Here are 4 questions that occur at many Passover seder tables: Is it dinner yet?, What does this mean to me?, Why can't this be more fun?, and (again) is it dinner yet? The Seder Activity Book attempts to give an answer to these questions. With quiet games and activities that actively involve children in the Passover Seder, children will enjoy using their Seder Activity Book at their seats as they follow along with the leader. As they flip through the pages of the book they will learn all about the order of the Seder and the rituals associated with it.. They will delight in activities such as decorating a Seder invitation, completing dot-to-dots, and discovering why and how we celebrate Passover. Don"t be surprised if this book doesn't just stay at the kid's table! Teachers can also make learning fun in the classroom by using this book to teach about Passover.
35 tracks featuring the music of the CCAR's 1974 Haggadah. All of the 'standards' of every Passover Seder, including liturgical and folk selections. Featuring Josee Wolff, Ena Freeman, Mary Feinsinger and Faith Gurney.
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In addition, Judy Ginsburgh includes a list of suggested books for many of the topics. These books help to reinforce and expand the lessons laid out in the curriculum.
With a helpful glossary of Hebrew and Yiddish terms and the companion music CD, My Jewish World is a wonderful guide to making music significant in the Jewish classroom.