posted on Mar 08 2021
Passover is an excellent opportunity to spend time with loved ones and friends, but what about keeping the kids entertained? See below for some fun games and activities to do with kids come Passover!
Using several props or things to symbolize unleavened bread/non-kosher food, challenge the participants to try and move as many items to their "area" of the room without using their hands! You can either tell them to keep their hands behind their back, use the traditional feather, or use another tool. For younger participants, you may want to consider letting them use their hands.
Challenge the participants to find the afikomen in either a room, house, or other space! You can have several afikomen as well just to add to the fun.
Split the kids into teams. Using a play ball for each team, challenge them to place the ball between their legs and have them try to either move through an obstacle course or in a straight line. The first team that has everyone able to complete a circuit wins!
Have participants draw different plagues out of a hat that they then have to charade (use silent clues) to the rest of the group!
Challenge a participant to hum this popular Passover song while the rest of the group guesses. If the group loves the song, why not lead a sing-along of the whole thing?
Frieda is a legend in the world of Passover foods. For the past 15 years, her world-famous matzah balls have won the World Matzah Ball Competition. With another year of competition upcoming, Frieda hears about a mysterious new challenger, Moshe Kneidelmacher, who has been taking the holy land by storm with his "Hungry Man's Haroseth" and "Amaze-matzah-balls.” Frieda is a fierce competitor and needs to enlist the help of a Matzah Ball Fairy in order to win. Will the mysterious challenger emerge victoriously or will Bubbe split the seas of competition and win the grand competition again? This hilarious original virtual variety show teaches all about Passover through interactive characters and games featuring the foods that represent the rituals of Passover.
posted on Mar 08 2021
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