Best Printables For Passover 2023

Passover - Coloring Pages and Worksheets | Planerium

In this post, we made Passover enrichment printables for you to use in your class or at Home. Select any coloring page or worksheet to print and give your kids something meaningful and creative to do during this holiday.

This collection of high-quality coloring pages and Worksheets your kids will love! Suitable for Kindergarten and lower grades in Elementary School.

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What is Passover?

Passover is a Jewish holiday that celebrates the Israelites Exodus from ancient Egypt, and their escape from Egyptian slavery to freedom. In Hebrew, you pronounce Passover as “Pesach.”

The central ritual of Passover is the Seder feast that involves the re-telling of the Exodus through stories from the Hagadah book, and the consumption of ritual foods, including Matzah and Maror (bitter herbs).

When is it celebrated?

Passover occurs in the Spring. Usually, it falls in late March or April of the Gregorian Calendar. In the Hebrew calendar, it occurs on the 15th day of month Nisan.

Passover Symbols

There are several symbols involved in Passover, here are the main

Lamb: The lamb sacrificed at the first Passover, on the eve of the Exodus from Egypt, the most momentous event in Jewish history.

Matzah: This is a crisp, unleavened bread, made of flour and water, baked before the dough has had time to rise.

Seder Plate: This is a special plate containing the six symbolic foods eaten during the Seder feast.

Wine: During the Seder feast drinking four glasses of wine to symbolize the four stages of the Exodus: Freedom, deliverance, redemption, and release.

Four Sons: Also known as the four children: The wise, the wicked, the simple, and the one who doesn’t know how to ask.

Passover Coloring Pages

Passover is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in Egypt. During the holiday, it is traditional to use symbols to help tell the story of the holiday. Some common Passover symbols include matzah (unleavened bread), the Seder plate, and the four cups of wine. Coloring pages featuring these symbols can be a fun and educational activity for children to do in the classroom or at home. These coloring pages can help children learn about the importance of the holiday and the symbols associated with it, while also allowing them to express their creativity.

“The Ten Plagues” coloring booklet for kids 

This coloring book is the perfect activity for the classroom or Seder night, as it helps children learn about the ten plagues in a fun and interactive way.

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Passover Worksheets & Games

Planerium offers a wide range of fun and engaging activities for children to learn about the Jewish holiday of Passover. These activities include worksheets and games in English and Hebrew that are perfect for use during the Seder night, as well as in the classroom. The activities are designed to make learning about the holiday and its traditions easy and enjoyable for children.

Some examples of the activities include Passover-related images and words printable, the Seder plate,  word seach puzzles with the ten plagues, sudoku, and more.  

All these activities are designed to be easy to use and understand, and they are suitable for children of all ages. Whether you are a teacher looking for engaging classroom activities or a parent looking for fun ways to teach your children about the holiday, Planerium has something to offer. With its wide range of activities and resources, Planerium makes it easy to help children learn about the holiday and its traditions in a fun and engaging way.

“The Ten Plagues” memory game for kids

This fun and colorful printable game is perfect for teaching children about the ten plagues in an engaging way. The game features unique illustrations design of each of the ten plagues, along with accompanying text title for each plague in English and Hebrew. It’s an excellent activity for the classroom or Seder night and it can be played by children of all ages.

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