Seder: Because they don’t eat leaved food, such as bread, Jewish families eat matzo during Passover. Matzo is an unleavened flatbread made solely from flour and water. Matzo is always eaten on the first night of Passover and then throughout the week.
Encourage interactions between your students with this clever cootie catcher! There are Passover-related words and pictures on the outside. Then you can open it up to reveal Passover questions for students to ask each other.