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  • Passover Coloring Book

    Illustrations courtesy of Tzivos Hashem and the archives of The Moshiach Times children's magazine.

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    Illustrations © Copyright Tzivos Hashem, All rights reserved.

    Illustrated by Norman Nodel and Aron Friedman

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    Baking the hand-made Shmurah Matzah

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    Cleaning the House for Passover

    Signing the Certificate Authorizing the Sale of Chametz

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    The Candlelit Search for Chametz – performed on the Evening Prior to Passover –

    is customarily done with a candle, wooden spoon and feather.

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    After the candlelit search is performed, all chametz found are securely tied in a bag,

    ready to be burned the next morning.

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    The Chametz is burned on the day before Passover.

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    During years when the second day of the festival falls out on Shabbat, a special “Eruv Tavshilin” service is performed

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    A beautiful table is set, with the best china, for the Passover Seder meal.

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    At the seder, we drink four cups of wine.

    Three Matzos are placed under the seder plate.

    They will be used during the Seder.

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    We begin the seder with the first cup. It is this cup that the kiddush is recited on.

    Each of the four cups, represent another dimension of freedom expressed in the Torah when describing the exodus from Egypt.

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    After we make kiddush, we wash our hands and dip a vegetable in salt water.

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    The children ask the “Four Questions” at the seder table.

    They are known as the “Mah Nishtana”, literally, “Why is this night different from all other nights?

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    In the Hagaddah, we read the story of how our ancestors were freed from Egypt many years ago.

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    The Hagaddah speaks of the “Four Sons” who are represented at the Seder Table

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    We sing many songs at the Seder.

    One favorite is “Dai, Dai-yenu” which expresses our appreciation for all that G-d has done for us.

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    ”Everyone who discusses the exodus from Egypt at length is praiseworthy” – the Hagaddah

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    Eating Matzah is one of the special Mitzvot of Passover – and especially during the Seder

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    We eat the Maror (bitter herbs) to remind us of the bitterness of the slavery in Egypt

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    Shulchan Oirech – the festive meal

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    The Afikoman is eaten toward the end of the Seder