Passover Coloring Pages gives you fun coloring sheets to color in and celebrate the most important Jewish holiday.
Passover (or Pesah) is the most important Jewish holiday, lasting about one week to celebrate the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery by the Egyptian Empire.
On the afternoon of the 14th day of Nisan, according to the Jewish calendar (about March, April of the solar calendar), people slaughtered sheep at the temple, and then the priest took the sheep's blood and poured it at the foot of the altar. When night falls, people will eat the paschal meal as a family or in groups without forgetting to smear some of the sheep's blood on the house door.
At the banquet, people ate the lamb with unleavened bread and bitter herbs and drank together four cups of wine blessed by the master of the feast to commemorate God's four promises to the Israelites.
During the Passover holidays, Jews would gather for supper, read the hymnal, and eat some symbolic food. That meal is called The Passover Seder (Seder means law). A Seder plate is prepared for Passover of greens, followed by horseradish (symbolizing bitter herbs), hard-boiled eggs, lamb and haroset, mixed fruit, wine, and nuts.
Decorated the table was solemn with the finest wines and plates. The whole family will read the book of Haggadah, and parents are obliged to tell their children about the escape from Egypt.
Passover with the Seder meal is a very solemn way to celebrate the nation's history. These free printable Passover sheets have pictures of the Mass reading, The Passover Seder dinner, and lots of fun pictures for you to choose.
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