Planning Your Model Seder? Two Great Resources You Need Now
Using the right haggadah makes a big difference in how participants experience the seder. For use at model seders with students, here are two haggadot to try.
For ages 8 and up.
• Cheery, colorful artwork made by kids
• Blessings, readings, and songs in Hebrew, so students can practice and use what they've learned
• Discussion questions and activity ideas to encourage lively participation, such as charoset tasting and a mini-drama to act out.
• The haggadah is flexible—vary the length of your seder from 30 minutes to 2 hours.
by Rebecca Redner
For younger children, non-readers, and students of different abilities.
Why this haggadah works for model seders:
• Step-by-step directions for every element of the seder, making it easy for young children to follow
• Inclusive of all participants, whatever their abilities.
• Transliteration conveyed by more than 150 picture communication symbols developed by Mayer-Johnson™, so pre-readers can participate.
• Lots of vibrant photographs depicting children of many abilities and disabilities participating in the seder.
The haggadah was created in partnership with Gateways: Access to Jewish Education, which provides high quality special education services to enable children with diverse learning needs to participate meaningfully in Jewish life.
Click here for an Educators Guide to Using The Gateways Haggadah to help you complete a seder with your students.
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