Passover

May 30, 2013

We are about to sit around the Seder table with our families and do what we do best, ask questions. Why is this night different from all other nights? Why do we dip twice? We encourage young and old to ask, ask, ask. Through the wisdom of our tradition, answers unfold before our eyes. It CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

The fish, the soup, the turkey, the brisket … it’s beginning to smell a lot like Passover. It’s no wonder that this is the holiday celebrated by most Jews all over the world. The story and traditional foods remain in families generation after generation.CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Family Haggadah: A Seder for All Generations – Ginde, Elie Together: A Child-Parent Kit: Passover A Kid’s Catalog of Passover – Rush, Barbara The Koufax Dilema – Sehnur, Steven Bou Nashir b’Pesach – Book and CassetteCONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Jews are encouraged to ask as many questions as they like during the Seder. Of course, younger children may yearn to linger at the table, but not have the patience for every discussion. You can help them out by making Pesach place mats filled with holiday games.CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Six years ago when your first child was little, you and she sat together and had a wonderful time preparing for Pesach by making an afikoman cover. Four years ago when your first child was still little and your second child was on the way, you and your daughter sat together and had a nice CONTINUE »