Because there is explicit suffering and death in the Passover narrative, it is not an easy story to tell. You can find a child-friendly version linked below.
The Passover Story for Kids Ages 6+
For centuries, families have used a book called the Haggadah, to tell the story of Passover and pass down the traditions and lessons of the story to their children, relatives, and friends. The word haggadah literally means “telling.” Families everywhere add their own personal touches to make the script of the haggadah their own.
Related: Learn the Music in the Haggadah
The new PJ Library Family Haggadah is beautifully illustrated and will make any seder more family-friendly. Limited number of sets were available for PJ Library families. If you’d like additional copies or a set for your family, please visit Kar-Ben Publishing.
For other kid-friendly Haggadot, check out: 5 Short & Sweet Kid-Friendly Haggadot
Scroll down to find activity ideas for getting kids involved during the seder.
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