The GoalPrepare 12 children (K – 1st graders) to sing     Mah Nishtanah at their sedarim.              In three weeks.
Four Key Words
Four Objects to Useat Their Seder
Sewing(Reclining)Pillows
Playing Memory
Imagining Ourselves at a Seder
Tasting, Charting
Send a QR Code Home          Why is this night different from all other nights?             1. On all other nights we eat ...
Where are you practicing?• At the doctor’s office• At the breakfast table• On the phone with Bubbie• In the backseat durin...
Sketching(Spring Has Arrived)
Why Did It Work?1. The Family Pesach Seder2. Children were motivated3. Anywhere, Anytime Engagement4. Multiple Channels5. ...
Celebrating Success“People were clapping so loudly we woke mybaby brother.”“I was super-awesome.”
jewishenrichment.orgwww.facebook.com/jewish.enrichment.center
Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement
Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement
Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement
Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement
Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement
Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement
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Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement

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At the Jewish Enrichment Center, we partner with children in long-term, project-based Jewish exploration. We designed our mini-Pesach exploration to engage parents to partner with their children to learn Mah Nishtanah. Read more on our blog at jewishenrichment.org.

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Pesach Mini-Exploration: Designing for Parent Engagement

  1. 1. The GoalPrepare 12 children (K – 1st graders) to sing Mah Nishtanah at their sedarim. In three weeks.
  2. 2. Four Key Words
  3. 3. Four Objects to Useat Their Seder
  4. 4. Sewing(Reclining)Pillows
  5. 5. Playing Memory
  6. 6. Imagining Ourselves at a Seder
  7. 7. Tasting, Charting
  8. 8. Send a QR Code Home Why is this night different from all other nights? 1. On all other nights we eat matzah and/or bread. This night, only matzah. 2. On all other nights we eat all vegetables. This night, bitter herbs (maror). 3. On all other nights we don’t have to dip even one time. On this night, two times. 4. On all other nights we eat either sitting [up straight] or leaning. On this night, we only lean. Mah nishtana ha-laila hazeh mikol ha-leilot, mikol ha- leilot? 1. She-b’chol ha-leilot anu ochlin chametz u-matzah, chametz u-matzah. Ha-laila hazeh, ha-laila hazeh, ku-lo matzah. (x2) 2. She-b’chol ha-leilot anu ochlin sh’ar y’rakot, sh’ar y’rakot. Ha-lailah hazeh, ha-laila hazeh, maror, maror. (x2) 3. She-b’chol ha-leilot ein anu matbilin afilu pa-am echat, afilu pa-am echat, Ha-lailah hazeh, ha-lailah hazeh, sh’tei f’amim. (2x) 4. She-b’chol ha-leilot anu ochlin bein yoshvin u-vein m’subin, bein yoshvin u-vein m’subin. Ha-laila hazeh, ha-lailah hazeh, kulanu m’subin.(2x)
  9. 9. Where are you practicing?• At the doctor’s office• At the breakfast table• On the phone with Bubbie• In the backseat during carpool
  10. 10. Sketching(Spring Has Arrived)
  11. 11. Why Did It Work?1. The Family Pesach Seder2. Children were motivated3. Anywhere, Anytime Engagement4. Multiple Channels5. The Power of Shared Experience6. Celebrating success
  12. 12. Celebrating Success“People were clapping so loudly we woke mybaby brother.”“I was super-awesome.”
  13. 13. jewishenrichment.orgwww.facebook.com/jewish.enrichment.center

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