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Passover Resources 2023

A wealth of information is available to enhance your seder and provide meaning during the Passover holiday.  This guide highlights selected internet resources that will help you select your Haggadah and plan your seder, obtain important kashrut information, and access resources for self-directed learning.  As new online content becomes available, we will post updates via Beth Ahm’s Facebook page and congregational e-mail announcements.
 
 
Haggadot
To find various haggadot, seder planners and other material available to buy or download: http://haggadahsrus.com/
 
Haggadot for families/Passover books for kids/some download options
Including the favorite of many which comes in a large-print edition:  
A FAMILY HAGGADAH: A SEDER SERVICE FOR ALL AGES

A Different Night, The Family Participation Haggadah
available from various online sellers
 
A Night To Remember: The Haggadah of Contemporary Voices
available from various online sellers
 
Sharing The Journey: The Haggadah for The Contemporary Family
 
Seder in Motion: A Haggadah To Move Body and Soul
 
New!  Night of Beginnings: A Passover Haggadah
Created by poet / translator Marcia Falk
Passover Resources from HIAS (Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society)
 
Create your own Haggadah online:  http://haggadot.com
 
 
 
Kashrut for Pesah
Rabbinical Assembly Passover Guide
 
Videos for Kashering for Pesah
 
 
Kids and Families
Passover Resources from PJ Library
 
Simple Seder Suggestions by Jessica Tamar Deutsch
 
Bim Bam: Watch Something Jewish  
Videos, sign-a-longs, learning…all about Pesah
 
The Passover Story for Kids
 
Passover Coloring Pages
 
 
Miscellaneous Pesah Learning
My Jewish Learning
 
Passover Unbound
 
Pardes Resources for Pesah Learning                
 
The Plagues Project
 
Shalom Hartman Institute Passover Resources
 
Hadar’s 5783 Pesach Reader
 
 
 
Counting The Omer (starting the night of the second Seder)
Finding Meaning In the Omer
 
How to Count The Omer
 
Daily Omer Meditation by Rabbi Simon Jacobson
 
The Homer Calendar – a fun way to keep track (also on Facebook)
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