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Posted on 2008-04-07

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Here is a unique coloring book haggadah you can make at home.

Materials & Tools

Narrow 3-ring binder
White printer paper and plastic sleeve page protectors
Passover seder coloring pages (aish.com has a nice series here)
Crayons, colored pencils or magic markers


Directions

Prepare the haggadah by printing out the coloring pages and placing one inside each page protector. Insert the pages in proper order into the binder. Give your kids the crayons or markers and let them have at it!

Even if your kids don't finish coloring all the pages in time for the seder, they will still have their own haggadah, which will last them for years! As they grow, your children can add information about each of the different parts of the seder on the back side of the appropriate page.




Author Comments

Appropriate age: 2 years+

The haggadah is the text read during the Passover seder, retelling the story of the Jews' exodus from Egypt. The haggadah also includes the fourteen steps to a traditional Passover seder, along with blessings and special songs for this seminal holiday. While a number of companies have published children's haggadahs in recent years, here is a unique coloring book version you can make at home.

For more coloring pages, check out torahtots.com.
 

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