While most of us will not have the comfort and company of our family and friends around our Passover Seder tables this year, there is still much we can do to celebrate – including via online platforms like Zoom.
But even if you are having a small, just-your-family-around-the-table Seder, let this be a year to celebrate joyfully – and simply.
(Our mini-survey on Facebook, by the way, showed that 100% of respondents plan to be at home with just their in-home families.)
To help you, we are making all four of our Passover resources available to you at no cost.
Passover Seder Steps Follow-Along Game – A fun way to keep your kids engaged at the Seder. Ideal for kids 3-10. (Adults enjoy it, too!)
Celebrate Passover: How to Plan a Fun, Simple Seder - In this 30+-page digital download, you get lots of easy Seder secrets – like how to organize your Seder, how to explain the key symbols, how to share the 3 core concepts that will resonate with children – and much more.
Passover Audio Tutorial – Learn how to pronounce the key Passover terms, phrases, and blessings. Using a standard call-and-repeat technique, along with another highly effective language-learning technique, we make it easy for you to be ready to participate in your Seder.
5 Super-Simple Kid-Friendly Passover Breakfasts and Lunches Here we lay out some easy recipes for Passover meals that kids will like – and don’t take a long time to fix. Some might even become staples for your family long after Passover is over.
We also highly recommend the virtual resources compiled by 18doors.org (the new name of interfaithfamily.com), as well as those pulled together by Seder2020.org.
Chag Pesach Sameach! Happy Passover!