This webinar was done for the OU two years ago, but the Pesach messages are timeless.
In the past, I’ve found that picking one theme that follows us through Maggid really works well. I can focus pre-Pesach crafts and activities on one idea. For younger kids, we loved focusing on animals. Here are some of our ideas:
Some great Seder hacks! In this video, I talk about how to make a kids’ friendly Seder table.
A short video on a cute Haggadah hack that’s been keep my kids happy for years!
As evidenced by Megillat Esther, the Jewish people have a long history with India. Here’s an easy and delicious Indian dish you can make to serve at your Purim (or any!) meal. Serve it alone, over rice, or atop a salad.
Nothing shouts Purim louder than these!
Purim is about a lot of things. It is about the story of Esther. It’s about celebrating the evil decree that never took place. We celebrate by listening to the Purim story, by giving food to our friends and family, by holding a great feast and by giving charity. Along with that, we have little children underfoot, dressed up to the nines, filling their bellies with sugar. Here’s our survival guide: