Tasting the Flavors of Passover
On the Sunday and Tuesday before spring break, Aliza’s classes held beautiful classroom Seders. We used the Temple Isaiah Haggadah, which the students could keep and take home.
The children helped to lead the Seder. Each child who wanted to came to the front of the table and lead a part of the Seder ceremony. We even lit the candles together as a class. We ate all the traditional Seder foods: matzah, charoset, parsley, hard-boiled eggs, and some children even tried to eat the bitter maror!
Aliza wishes you and your families an enjoyable, happy, and meaningful Passover.