Pesah Kashrut and Cleaning Guide
Explore the Pesah Kashrut and Cleaning Guide, excerpted from Torah Ve-Ahava Pesah Guide and Reader with the permission of Rabbi Haim Ovadia.
L'or Haner: The Light of Discovery – Hadar’s 5783 Pesah Reader
With essays and insights from Hadar faculty and activities for children and families, Hadar’s Pesah reader invites you to look at Pesah by the light of a candle: slowly, carefully, and with an eye toward discovering what might otherwise be overlooked.
The Search for Hametz (Bedikat Hametz)
Bedikat hametz, or the hunt for hametz, is a wonderful ritual to try out with your family the night before Passover. In this short How To video, Piera and Josh explain how they set up a scavenger hunt for their young child and why it’s a meaningful part of Pesah for their family.
Making 18-Minute Matzah
A great way to get in the Passover mood is to try baking your own matzah. Join chef Gabi Moskowitz for this matzah How To, all within 18 minutes!
Teaching Kids to Sing the Four Questions: PJ Library
Practice the Four Questions and their answers with your children in time for the seder! Each answer is accompanied by both videos and written resources.
A Passover FAQ for Children: PJ Library
Encourage your children to ask questions about Pesah and discover the answers together.
Must-Know Pesah Vocabulary: My Jewish Learning
Get a refresher on all the key words and phrases that you're likely to hear at the seder.
The Pedagogy of Processing Pesah: Pardes
Explore the deeper meaning of Pesah with texts and insights from the team at Pardes.
Glimpses of Passover
Spice up your seder with some of the recipes from this BJ community cookbook, first published in 2002 and now available digitally.
Six Dorm Room Hacks
Share these easy matzah recipes with the college student in your life, or incorporate them into your own Pesah recipe book.
Reaching for Meaning at the Seder Table: Creative Writing Prompts
Dive into these creative writing prompts from Merle Feld to guide your reflection as you prepare for Pesah and to inspire conversation around the Seder table.