Passover Seder Steps Follow-Along $11.99
Passover kids game that adults like, too!
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Discover a fun way to keep your kids engaged at the Seder. Ideal for kids 4 – 10. (Adults enjoy it, too!)
Before the Seder:
- Help your kids prepare for what to expect. Perfect for whether you are hosting your own Seder or sharing with another family.
- Teach them the key Seder symbols with the larger images — and ask them to go hunting for the mini images, like Moses in a basket, the frogs, candlesticks.
- Explore the suggested art activities to deepen their understanding.
During the Seder:
- “Kvell” with pride, as you see them move their red pawns from stepping stone to stepping stone, reinforcing the journey out of Egypt.
- Invite one or more kids to be in charge of broadcasting when it’s time to move to the next step, using the ideas here.
- Delight in how much more involved the kids and adults stay!
Also great for your Sunday school Seder..
- 5 gloss-coated boards
- 5 playing pawns
- Instructions for how to use before and during the Seder
Praise for Passover Seder Steps Follow-Along
I love the board and the illustrations are simply wonderful!- Scott
Love it! You’ve perfectly balanced the choose-your-own adventure and follow-the-leader aspects of the Seder Steps — and in quite a whimsical way.- Ken
I like how you have left room for personal creativity, and at the same time, made the game complete enough not to have to add to it. – Hannah
Is this right for your family? Learn more about how you could use the Passover Seder Steps Follow-Along.
Passover Seder Steps Follow-Along – Digital Version – $5.97
Same great activity as above — available for immediate download.
Celebrate Passover: How to Plan a Fun, Simple Seder $4.97
Easier Passover Seder tips
Want a fun, simple Seder that takes less time to prepare, is more fun — and creates wonderful Passover memories?
Get easy Seder secrets in this 36-page digital download.
Plus, you get two free MP3 audio tutorials.
Learn new ways to:
- Share 3 core Passover concepts with young children
- Organize your Seder around the 15 steps in every Haggadah
- Understand the key Seder symbols
- Shop faster at the grocery store
- Figure out what to prepare the day ahead
- Set the Seder table using our handy checklist
- Involve children during the Seder
- Build anticipation for the Seder with the Family Discussion Guide
Praise for Celebrate Passover: How to Plan a Fun, Simple Seder
Ellen Zimmerman’s guide “Celebrate Passover” removes the angst of hosting a Passover Seder and replaces it with warm encouragement, smart tips and easy to share educational tidbits. She gave me confidence to host a Seder that focuses on enjoying being with family and creating memories. – AJ
Thanks! LOVE it! I think it’s great!!! – Janet
It’s lovely! The pictures, the organization, the stories, the ‘look’ are ALL fabulous! – Dorothea
Bonus #1 – Audio MP3 – Seder Planning Overview
This 10-minute MP3 will give you an overview of Seder planning for your family.
Listen while you’re out for a walk, making dinner, or driving. Then read through the guide for details, specifics, shopping lists, etc.
Bonus #2 – Audio MP3 – Passover Tutorial
Need a refresher on pronunciations of the key parts of the Seder? This audio tutorial will empower you to pronounce:
- Names of the 15 Steps
- 10 plagues
- 8 blessings
- Introduction to the Four Questions, and more!
Jewish Holidays Games Bundle $32.99
Hanukkah Bingo + Rosh Hashanah Bingo + Passover Seder Steps Follow-Along
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This trio of games gets you ready for three major Jewish holidays: Rosh Hashanah, Hanukkah, and Passover.
Family fun for kids, parents, and grandparents to play together. Gloss-coated for durability.
Makes a perfect gift.
Praise for Jewish Holidays Games Bundle
“We purchased Passover Seder Steps for our Seder and I gave away a few. It was great to have something interactive for the kids.” Amazon customer
“Your Hanukkah Bingo Game has inspired me to play more games with my daughter. She wants to play the bingo matching game every night now.” Diane