Resources for Passover

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Passover – Pesach – is soon approaching
and we are very excited!

… this day shall become to you a remembrance. And you shall observe it as a festival to {YHVH} יהוה throughout your generations – observe it as a festival, an everlasting law.” – Exodus 12:14

Here are some of the resources
I have come across that can be useful
as we prepare for teaching and observing
this set-apart season to YeHoVaH.

 

Coloring fun:

Passover coloring pages

Passover coloring pages (in pdf)

More Passover coloring pages (in pdf)

More Pesach/Passover coloring pages

10 Plagues coloring page (in pdf)

 

Activities and crafts:

Passover Activities for Children – matzah cover, placemats, etc…

Ten Plague Masks – a craft idea (or can use paper plates)

Ten Plagues Placard craft: Part 1 and Part 2

Four Questions Book craft – If you desire to use “the 4 questions”

Ten Plagues illustration – Could attempt to draw/paint to depict the plagues

Passover Bag of Plagues – fun idea

Afikomen/Matzah Cover Tutorial – make your own matzah cover

 

Music:

Dayenu – traditional, fun Passover song (sang by our eldest and myself)

Passover Song – Yeshua, our Passover Lamb and remembrance of Him

The Pesach Song (We’re Leaving) – Beautiful song about leaving Egypt (physically/spiritually)

 

Videos:

Passover Story – Beautiful recap of how The Almighty delivered His people (6 minutes)

Messiah in Passover – short video showing what Yeshua fulfilled in the Passover (4 minutes)

The Messiah – Prophecy Fulfilled – Movie showing how Yeshua fulfilled the Passover and how a Jewish man shares it with his family during their Passover observation. Longer but very good. (50 minutes)

Know Your Enemy (Part 12- The Plagues) – See how the plagues that YHVH brought upon Egypt targeted specific “gods” that they worshiped, showing His authority as the One True Elohim. Video is less than 8 minutes. Watch and connect some dots that maybe didn’t connect before.Very interesting.

Let My People Go! Passover/Pesach Skit – A skit we did with friends one year on Pesach 🙂

In the past, before we were led to other Believers that observe, we had not used a haggadah (traditional “telling”) for Passover, but had only had the three items mentioned in Scripture while reading the Scripture pertaining to them.

But having a Haggadah can be a great resource to see some of the beautiful symbolism in the tradition. If one desires to add some of the traditions and have a haggadah to print and use,
I have found this one to be a pretty good one.

You Shall Tell Your Children – Messianic Passover Haggadah (pdf format)

 

One last resource to share is the Let My People Go board game.
We have found this to be a delightful game to play as a family!
And the rhymes are very cute and catchy.
The game is a little difficult to find (about $15) but worth the buy if you can find it!

May your Pesach be blessed! As well as your preparation!

Shalom!
~ Christina

About Christina K

Woman. Wife. Mompreneur. Empowerment Coach. Home Educator. Essential Oil Educator. Book and Tea enthusiast.
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