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Looking for a way to engage with kids during Passover? Want to teach a friendly grownup about the holiday? We’ve got you covered.

Passover 2015 begins after dusk on the evening of Friday, April 3 and ends at dusk on Saturday, April 11, 2015.

THE PASSOVER SEDER…WITH THE FOUR SONS

Our classic animated short, entertaining for all ages! We welcome you to watch this video on our site or on our Youtube Channel!

 

EXODUS!
It’s a Passover photo scavenger hunt app that gets kids 4+ moving, and it encourages problem solving, Jewish values, and sharing. Free, for iOS.

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SHTICKER APP 
Did we mention that the Shticker photo booth app now has Passover shtickers? Tag your photos with #Shticker or #Passover to get more attention to them.

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LET’S GET READY FOR PASSOVER
A Passover iOS app that’s fun for kids 5 to 8. It includes a hidden object game that teaches about Bedikat Chametz (the ritual search for leavened foods prior to Passover), plus a recipe on fried Matzah! Yum!

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Gratitude on G‑dcast Passover Offerings

Thank you to all of our generous funders that contributed to the animated apps, videos and lessons plans for the Jewish Holidays. Particular thanks to Garry, Miriam, Ari and Ellie Khasidy.

 

Specific thanks to the ROI Community and each of the writers, narrators, producers, educators, and sound engineers that contributed to these animated interpretations of Passover (פֶּסַח Pesach “passing over”) including Bill Brindley, Sarah Lefton, C.J. Pizarro, Matthue Roth, Bill Selig, and Jeanne Stern.

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