Passover Fun Roundup

Here are some great sites to get your kids or students excited about Passover.

  • Babaganewz has a terrific magic trick, fun seder games, ecards (frogs and locusts!), Passover Jewpardy, mad libs, a memory game, a video game, a Darfur reading, and the four questions in many languages.
  • ChabadKids offers a How To Passover feature, as well as arts and crafts, recipes, music and video, stories, and games.
  • Torahtots has greeting cards, coloring pages, and some fun games that can be printed out.
  • Kids Domain provides arts and crafts, coloring pages, mazes, and recipes. 
  • About.com suggests some Passover children’s books.

Enjoy!

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