Fun with Seder's Four Questions #1 - Amazing school-wide Project




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Published on Jan 7, 2010

Have your kids learn a translation, and dress up to represent that country! Beards, canes, suspenders, country flags — you name it — Let your imagination run wild!

Classes in a NJ day school learned a translation of the Passover Seder's Four Questions, based on the book "300 Ways to Ask The Four Questions:"

Russian, Yiddish, Romanian, German, Israeli Sign Language, Arabic, Hebrew Morse Code, and a fun Israeli children's language, Sfat HaBet . They enlivened the reading with great costumes and props.

Get the book and have fun at your own seder! Use it at your own school. A 25-year project, with collaborations from world experts in 61 countries!

See samples and get it here: http://WhyIsThisNight.com

Video is (c) SSDSEU.org (Solomon Schechter Day School of Essex and Union)


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