by David Arnow

As our tutors can attest, every learner is unique, and responds to differing topics, questions, and communication styles. On Passover our community turns to the Haggadah, the book used to construct a Passover Seder.  This distinctive guide offers multiple perspectives and avenues to ensure that all in attendance, young and old, can access the questions, themes and rituals of the holiday.

In my family, we delight in constructing a unique experience each year.  We take into account the age, background, and interest of each participant, and draw upon games, foods, discussion topics, poetry, theatrical productions, music and more to engage participants.

To read about our book selection, see our holiday book selections on our website.

Reading Level: For adults to plan seders for children and adults of all ages

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