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Passover Activities for Kids
Passover is here! We have created a list of some great activities for you do to with your children.
- Matzah House - Take a few pieces of leftover matzah to build and decorate a matzah house. This a great activity to incorporate engineering and design principles. Other fun Kosher decorations such as nuts and dried fruits can be used to add some flair to the house. #STEAM
- Matzah S'mores - Whether you make your s’mores over a spring bonfire or in the microwave marshmallow s’mores are a sweet treat to make with your matzah.
- 10 Plagues Finger Puppets - Act out the story of the Passover with 10 plagues finger puppets from Tori Avey. You can download the color printout or the coloring sheet version.
After graduation, Heilicher alumna Simone P. encountered an uncomfortable situation at basketball camp. She decided to take a brave step to educate the camp about Jewish history related to an unintentional, yet offensive, long-standing camp practice.
New this year, on Monday mornings, we will have an All-School T’filah (prayer) service in the Dolly and Edward Fiterman Theatre. Our students will chant Torah each week. We’ll celebrate birthdays and milestones. And we’ll have a place to pray, whether that means working on our character, connecting with God, reflecting and/or rejoicing.
As a gift to her eighth-grade class for graduation, Ms. Weiss gathered student reflections and crafted them into a poem. These words of inspiration will stay with her students for years to come.