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This resource is on the Jewish feast of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew). It contains: The biblical story that led to the Passover - the Israelites in captivity, the plagues, Moses, the Exodus- in picture format with brief text captions. Images that can be cut and pasted onto templates. A writing template for the story. A template for drawing / pasting pictures about the Exodus. It is suitable for Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils and older SEN students. You may also be interested in: Passover Presentation This is a fully editable and informative 65-slide presentation on the Passover. It contains references to: The 10 plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of the foods on the plate, other foods at the meal, including matzah, the 4 cups / glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the ‘Haggadah’, the Seder cushion to ‘lean’ on. The tradition of the youngest child asking the four questions, the spilling of drops of wine onto the plate The PowerPoint contains two hyperlinks. One to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop / rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will contribute to the pupils’ ‘Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural’ learning (SMSC) and help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple-text version of this presentation, more appropriate for younger and SEN pupils, is also available. Passover - Simple Text Presentation For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This bundle contains: 1. Two PowerPoint lessons on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew). The PowerPoint contains 2 hyperlinks. One to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop / rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers! One is a simple text powerpoint appropriate for younger / SEN pupils, the other slightly more detailed appropriate for older students. 2. Worksheets on the 'The Ten Plagues' 3. The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of the foods on the plate, The rituals followed at the Seder meal. For more detailed information click on the resource links. This resource will contribute to the pupils' 'Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource contains resources for the Jewish Festival of Passover / Pesach (Hebrew). This resource contains activities and information on three different aspects of Passover. 1. The Ten Plagues - this resource is about the plagues that befell the Egyptians, an integral part of the story behind the Jewish feast of Passover / Pesach (Hebrew) in Judaism. It contains images of the plagues, a template for cutting and pasting images and an illustrated template to write on captions of the plagues. 2. The Passover Seder Meal - this resource is about the foods and drink that are used at the Passover Seder meal and their symbolic significance in Judaism. It contains information sheets on the different foods and their symbolic meanings, activity sheets involving filling a Seder plate with the food. The worksheets are differentiated. One worksheet involves cutting and pasting the foods onto the plate. The second worksheet involves labelling the Seder plate and providing a description of the foods and their significance. 3.The Biblical Passover Story - this resource focuses on the Passover story - the Israelites in captivity, the plagues, Moses, the Exodus- in picture format with brief text captions, images that can be cut and pasted onto templates a writing template for the story and a template for drawing / pasting pictures about the Exodus. You may also be interested in: Passover Presentation This is a fully editable and informative 65 slide presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version for younger and SEN pupils of the Passover PowerPoint is also available. Passover Presentation for Primary / SEN Pupils Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource contains a variety of resources on the Jewish Festivals of Passover and Hanukkah - presentations, texts, worksheets, puzzle packs and more. Click on the individual links for further details. For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource contains a fully editable and informative 70 slide PowerPoint presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew) which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. It also contains information sheets, worksheets and activities on three different aspects of the Passover 1. The Ten Plagues - a resource about plagues that befell the Egyptians and is an integral part of the story behind the Jewish feast of Passover / Pesach (Hebrew) in Judaism. It contains images of the plagues, a template for cutting and pasting images and an illustrated template to write on captions of the plagues. 2. The Passover Seder Meal - a resource about the foods and drink that are used during the Passover at the Seder meal and their symbolic significance in Judaism. It contains information sheets on the different foods and their symbolic meanings, activity sheets involving filling a Seder plate with the food. The worksheets are differentiated. One worksheet involves cutting and pasting the foods onto the plate. The second worksheet involves labelling the Seder plate and providing a description of the foods and their significance 3. The Biblical PassoverStory - this resource focuses on the Passover story. It contains the biblical story that led to the Passover, the Israelites in captivity, the plagues, Moses, the Exodus- in picture format with brief text captions, images that can be cut and pasted onto templates a writing template for the story and a template for drawing / pasting pictures about the Exodus. More Passover Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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Passover: The Seder Meal

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This resource is about the food and drink used during the Jewish Festival of Passover / Pesach at the Seder meal and their symbolic significance in Judaism. The resource contains: 1. Information on the different foods and their symbolic meanings. 2. Activity sheets involving filling a Seder plate with the food. The worksheets are differentiated. One worksheet involves cutting and pasting the foods onto the plate. The second worksheet involves labeling the Seder plate and providing a description of the foods and their significance. An accompanying Passover PowerPoint is also available: Passover Presentation This resource is a fully editable and informative 65-slide presentation. It contains references to: - Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name – the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. - The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate, other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups / glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. - The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the Haggadah, the Seder cushion, the tradition of the youngest child asking four questions, the spilling of drops of wine onto the plate. The PowerPoint contains to a short 4-minute animated version of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop / rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will help to contribute to the pupils' Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version, for younger and SEN pupils, of the Passover PowerPoint is also available: Simple Text Passover Presentation Thinking of publishing your own resources? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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Passover: 'The Ten Plagues'

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A resource about ‘The Ten Plagues’ that befell the Egyptians and is an integral part of the story behind the Jewish feast of Passover / Pesach (Hebrew) in Judaism. The resource contains: Images of the plagues. A template for pasting images. An illustrated template to write on captions of the plagues. This resource is suitable for Key stage 1 and 2 pupils and older SEN students. You may also be interested in: Passover Presentation This is a fully editable and informative 65 slide presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. The 10 plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of the foods on the plate, other foods at the meal, including matzah, the 4 cups / glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the ‘Haggadah’, the Seder cushion to ‘lean’ on. The tradition of the youngest child asking the four questions, the spilling of drops of wine onto the plate. The PowerPoint contains 2 hyperlinks to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop / rap about the Seder meal, which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will help to contribute to the pupils’ ‘Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural’ learning (SMSC) and help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version for younger and SEN pupils of the Passover PowerPoint is also available: Passover Simple Text Presentation For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource is a fully editable and informative 70 slide PowerPoint presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew) which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. The resource contains references to: Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name – the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate - lamb bone, roasted egg, a green vegetable to dip in salt water, bitter herbs and charoset, a paste of fruit, nuts and wine. Other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups / glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the ‘Haggadah’, the Seder cushion to ‘lean’ on. The tradition of the youngest child asking the four questions, the spilling of drops of wine on to the plate. The PowerPoint contains two hyperlinks. One to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop / rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers! This resource will help to contribute to the pupils’ ‘Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural’ learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version of this presentation, more appropriate for younger and SEN pupils, is also available. Passover - Simple Text Presentation For more inspiring educational resources visit Inspire and Educate Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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Passover: The Seder Meal Presentation

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This resource is a fully editable, SIMPLE TEXT 70-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew) which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. The resource contains references to: Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name, the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate - lamb bone, roasted egg, a green vegetable to dip in salt water, bitter herbs and charoset, a paste of fruit, nuts and wine. Other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups / glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the ‘Haggadah’, the Seder cushion to ‘lean’ on. The tradition of the youngest child asking the four questions, the spilling of drops of wine on to the plate. The PowerPoint contains two hyperlinks. One to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites’ exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop / rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will help to contribute to the pupils’ ‘Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural’ learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. This resource is appropriate for primary aged pupils and older SEN students. A more detailed version of this presentation, more suitable for older pupils, is also available. The Jewish Festival of Passover Presentation More Passover Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step by step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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Passover: Seder Meal

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This resource is a fully editable and informative 70-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew) which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. The resource contains references to: - Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name – the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. - The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate - lamb bone, roasted egg, a green vegetable to dip in salt water, bitter herbs and charoset, a paste of fruit, nuts and wine. Other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups / glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. - The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the ‘Haggadah’, the Seder cushion to ‘lean’ on. The tradition of the youngest child asking the four questions, the spilling of drops of wine on to the plate. The PowerPoint contains two hyperlinks. One to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop/rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will help to contribute to the pupils' 'Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version of this presentation, more appropriate for younger and SEN pupils, is also available. The Jewish Festival of Passover Presentation More Passover Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource is a fully editable, simple text, 70-slide PowerPoint presentation on the Jewish Festival of Passover or Pesach (Hebrew) which is celebrated for seven or eight days in April each year and is a very significant event in Judaism. The resource focuses on: - Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name – the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. - The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate - lamb bone, roasted egg, a green vegetable to dip in saltwater, bitter herbs and charoset, a paste of fruit, nuts and wine. Other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups/glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. - The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the ‘Haggadah’, the Seder cushion to ‘lean’ on. The tradition of the youngest child asking the four questions, the spilling of drops of wine on to the plate. The PowerPoint contains two hyperlinks. One to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute pop/rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will help to contribute to the pupils' 'Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. It is appropriate for primary aged pupils and older SEN students. A more detailed version of this presentation, more suitable for older pupils, is also available. The Jewish Festival of Passover Presentation More Passover Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step GuideP
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Passover: The Seder Meal

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This resource is about the Jewish Festival of Passover / Pesach and the Seder meal and its symbolic significance in Judaism. The resource contains: 1. Six fact sheets on the seder meal, the different foods and their symbolic meanings, and the rituals that take place during the meal. 2. Six comprehension questions on the fact sheets. 3. Answers to the questions You may also be interested in: Passover Presentation This is a fully editable and informative 65 slide presentation. It contains references to: - Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name – the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. - The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate, other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups/glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. - The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the Haggadah, the Seder cushion, the tradition of the youngest child asking four questions, the spilling of drops of wine onto the plate. The PowerPoint contains a hyperlink to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute rap of the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. This resource will help to contribute to the pupils' Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version, for younger and SEN pupils, of the Passover PowerPoint is also available: Simple Text Passover Presentation More Passover Resources Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource is about the Jewish Festival of Passover / Pesach and the Seder meal and its symbolic significance in Judaism. It contains two resources. Set of 6 Information Sheets and Comprehensions on the Seder Meal 1. Six information texts on the seder meal, the different foods and their symbolic meanings, and the rituals that take place during the meal. 2. Six comprehension questions on the texts. 3. Answers to the questions. Passover and the Seder Meal Presentation This resource is a fully editable and informative 65 slide presentation. It contains references to: - Why Passover is celebrated and how it got its name – the ten plagues, the exodus of the Israelites from Egyptian captivity across the Red Sea led by Moses. - The Seder meal – the Seder plate and the symbolic significance of all the foods on the plate, other foods at the meal, including matzah, the four cups/glasses of wine and the extra wine goblet for the prophet Elijah. - The rituals followed at the Seder meal – breaking the matzah, reading from the Haggadah, the Seder cushion, the tradition of the youngest child asking four questions, the spilling of drops of wine onto the plate. The PowerPoint contains a hyperlink to a short 4 minute animated version of the Israelites' exodus from Egypt and a 4-minute rap about the Seder meal which should appeal to teenagers. A slightly shorter (60 slides), simple text version, for younger and SEN pupils, of the Passover PowerPoint is also available. Simple Text Passover Presentation These resources will help to contribute to the pupils' Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural' learning (SMSC) and will help to actively promote the British Values of mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs More Passover Resourcese Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide: How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide
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This resource is a fully editable, 66-slide PowerPoint presentation on the month of April. It could be used as an assembly or series of assemblies during the month of April or for tutor based activities. It includes a wealth of information and contains references to How April got its name, things associated with April – flowers sweet pea and daisy, Zodiac signs, birthstone – diamond, April quotes by William Shakespeare, Robert Browning, Christopher Columbus, Mark Twain Special Days in April - Easter, Pesach / Passover, Earth Day, St George’s Day, April Fool’s Day / All Fool’s Day / Poisson d’Avril, World Autism Day – ‘Light it up Blue’, John Stow ceremony, Buddha’s Birthday / ‘Hana Matsuri’ (Flower Festival) Notable Birthdays – Raphael, William Wordsworth, William Booth (founder of Salvation Army), Frank William Woolworth, Leonardo da Vinci, Wilber Wright (aeroplane inventor), Charlie Chaplin, Charlotte Bronte, Elizabeth Windsor II (the Queen of England), William Shakespeare, Oliver Cromwell, Guglielmo Marconi (inventor of wireless telegraphy Inventions – Telephone, mobile phone, Jon Walker’s friction match Discoveries and Launches – McDonald’s, First Whitehouse ‘Easter Egg Roll’, Robinson Crusoe’ by Daniel Defoe was published Notable Events and Happenings – Elvis’ first number 1, April ‘Full Pink Moon’, Martin Luther King’s ‘Mountain Top Speech’ and assassination, eruption of Mount Vesuvius, sinking of the ‘Titanic’, George Washington became the first President of the US The PowerPoint contains links to Martin Luther King’s Mountain Top speech. More Months of the Year Assemblies** Thinking of publishing your own resources or already an author and want to improve your resources and sales? Check out this step-by-step guide. How to Become a Successful TES Author: Step by Step Guide