Popular E Book, Passover Around The World Passover By Tami Lehman Wilzig This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Passover Around The World Passover , Essay By Tami Lehman Wilzig Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You Hear an interview about Passover Around the World with author Tami Lehman Wilzig on The Book of Life podcast s March 2007 episode at Pesach begins on the 14th of Nisan I am currently preparing for this holiday and am compiling my own Haggadah prayer service book following the proper order steps of a Pesach Seder Kadesh, Urchatz, Karpas, Yahatz, Maggid, Rachtzah, Motzi, Matzah, Maror, Koresh, Shulchan Orech, Tzafun, Barech, Hallel and finally, Nirtzah PJ Library, a highly acclaimed national program, gifts high quality, age appropriate Jewish children s books and music each month to Jewish families with young children go to www.PJLibrary.org to learn A representative from this organization, recently sent me a box of children s books that included this chapter book titled Passover Around the World by Tami Lehman Wilzig I found this book extremely engaging From the very first page, I felt compelled to continue reading until the last page was reached The information and pictures in this text were clear in its presentation and extremely fascinating to read about Jewish people everywhere get together to remember Pesach every year Lehman Wilzig states to her readers that the story is always the same, but the customs can differ from country to country In this book, the different customs that exist in America, Gibraltar, Turkey, Ethiopia, India, Israel, Iran, and Morocco that pertain to the Pesach Seder is shared with the readers My favorite country to read about was Turkey it is customary for parents to not just tell the story of Pesach, but to reenact the story for their children I can definitely see how this custom would be a nice addition to anyone s Pesach Seder Reenacting the story for the younger generation is a great way to teach new information in several ways, so that your audience has of a chance to absorb the Maggid the Pesach story being shared In other words, we are all different and we all learn in different ways it seems to me that this approach would reach multiple learning styles at your Seder This book is geared to children 7 years of age or older There are so many possible activities that can be done following the reading of this chapter book, Pesach Around the World I think it would be really interesting to help students to put together their own Haggadah to be used in their own home on Pesach I would give the students the order that the prayer service goes in, as listed above, and provide them multiple resources for each step when applicable so that they can choose what page to incorporate in their personal Haggadah This activity encourages the children to not only think about the important parts of a Seder, but be an active participant in creating a prayer service that works for them To encourage students to take this task seriously, once the Haggadot have been assembled, they will be judged by a team of teachers and the top two students selected will mail a copy of their Haggadah to a Jewish publisher for publishing consideration Another activity that might help students remember the material shared in this book is to have each child interview the oldest member of their extended family such as a grandparent about what their experiences were growing up and observing Pesach Then, the child can transcribe the interview and write a short paragraph about how the customs of their family is the same or different than the ones read in this book I am so glad that I read this informational text and I look forward to integrating it into my curriculum when I teach about Pesach in the upcoming weeks. 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