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Passover Plans You Won't Want to Pass Over

Celebrated in the Spring of each year, Passover is the most celebrated Jewish holiday, and, as such, an excellent opportunity to teach students about Jewish history and culture. The resources contained in this collection include lesson plans, web pages, blog posts, infographics, videos and more related to Passover and its history. You'll definitely want to give a look at them!
A Collection By Tracy Pinkard
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Passover Plans You Won't Want to Pass Over
  • Passover

    Website
    internet4classrooms.com
    internet4classrooms.com
    Tracy Pinkard says:
    The materials and resources on this Internet4Classrooms web page are sure to make planning your Passover lessons a lot easier. While the links to music, games, readings, and more are awesome, I particularly like the link to a great summary of the Passover story and the Passover holiday.
  • Tracy Pinkard says:
    Kosher 4 Passover has compiled some awesome Passover related activities for younger students. From games to books, to coloring pages and crafts, it's all included here. This is a page you will want to bookmark for use in future years or to share with colleagues.
  • Pesach Resources

    Website
    nleresources.com
    nleresources.com
    Tracy Pinkard says:
    The resources provided on this NLE Resources web page offer some excellent materials for teaching students about Passover. Organized by resource type (e.g., images, audio, articles and links, children's resources, etc.), the materials provide information about the story and history of Passover, the evolution of the holiday, and current customs.
  • Tracy Pinkard says:
    This NSW Board of Jewish Education web page is a great way to introduce students to Passover. The text uses kid-friendly language and is well-organized so that it is appropriate both to be read to younger students and for older students to read independently.
  • Tracy Pinkard says:
    Chosen People Ministries has created an awesome Passover interactive that is perfect for elementary and middle school students. Not only can they move at their own pace as the explore Seder, but the information is interesting and the format keeps them engaged. I definitely recommend bookmarking this resource and using it either for individual or small group exploration; or as a whole group introduction or review.
  • Lesson Plan - PASSOVER

    Lesson plan
    teacherlink.ed.usu.edu
    teacherlink.ed.usu.edu
    Tracy Pinkard says:
    This lesson plan developed by Rebecca N. Smith not only provides an informative and engaging lesson for middle school students but also provides some great background information about Passover for teachers. Whether you use it just to learn more about Passover, as a lesson plan, or both, this is one resource you will want to save and share.
  • Tracy Pinkard says:
    This compilation of Passover-related resources is a great place to start your instructional planning for this holiday. ETNI includes coloring books, songs, lesson plans, and tons more appropriate for elementary and middle school students on this bookmark-worthy webpage.
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BloomBoard Asks:What historical, social, and/or cultural context do you provide for Passover when presenting it to your students?