Monday evening, Jewish people will be celebrating with their family and friends at the first Passover Seder. Right now, we are still putting the final touches on getting our house ready for Pesach. Not a lot to do, but time consuming along with other items in our regular day to day routine. As I head off to get things done, I wanted to share some of the items that NHL has made at Hebrew School recently.
- Bag to put the afikomen in.
- Seder plate that includes a shank bone and roasted egg made out of Model Magic
- Poems and items from Dayenu! A Passover Haggadah For Families and Children by Carol Boyd Leon
- Kippah that NHL made
We are basically finished shopping for Passover and only need to stop by and get some fresh produce at one point. To read more about past Passover celebrations, please check out some additional posts from past years:
- Ready or not, here comes Passover
- Afikomen fun time
- Views from Passover 2009
- The 10 Finger Puppet Plagues of 2009
- Happy Passover – 2008 Seder 1
- Seder part deux – 2008
- Passover memories – 2004
Chag Sameach Pesach to all of my family and friends that celebrate.
Pesach Kasher v’Same’ach!
.-= Devo K´s last blog ..Sounds like… =-.
Just wanted to wish you a Happy Pesach! Just celebrated tonight myself.