Passover Seder and Meal

The highlight of Passover is the Seder, observed on the first two nights of the holiday. The Seder (which means “order” when translated from Hebrew to English) is a family-oriented tradition and ritual-packed feast.

The focal points of the Seder are:

  • Eating unleavened bread – matzah.  There is a joke we like to tell to our seder guests each year: “Did you hear about the new healthy, whole wheat Matza that was created this year? It’s fortified with Metamucil and called Let My People Go.”
  • Eating bitter herbs—to remember the bitterness the Israelites endured as slaves.
  • Drinking four cups of wine or grape juice, to celebrate our newfound freedom.
  • The recitation of the Haggadah, which details the story of the Exodus from Egypt.  The Haggadah allows Jews to fulfill the biblical obligation to recount to our kids the story of the Exodus on the night of Passover.

Passover Bingo was designed to keep kids (and adults) entertained and engaged during the Passover Seder. This fun, interactive game can be played by children of all ages!