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What’s in the Passover picture? Celebrate this Jewish festival of freedom with a game to identify holiday words, objects, names, and customs.
Many objects, places, characters, and words are associated with the Jewish celebration of Passover. Organize students into small groups and invite them to find out about the history and traditions surrounding this festival of freedom. Provide a variety of text and electronic resources for students to use during this research.
Once students are satisfied that their research is complete, encourage groups to come up with as many ideas as they can for the game they are to develop. Groups generate a list of their ideas with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Student groups collaborate to select one game idea from their list. Suggestions for creating games and game pieces follow.
To make game pictures, draw rectangles in the middle as many sheets of paper as words selected. Draw a picture of one Passover object, person, or place in each rectangle. Color pictures with Crayola Twistables. Encourage the use of colors to fill in the space outside the rectangle. To give pictures holiday sparkles, accent them with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry flat.
To play, tape a picture on one player’s back. This player must figure out who or what is in the picture by asking the other players yes or no questions, such as "Am I a place?" or, "Will I be found on a Passover Seder table?"
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