Purim is a Jewish holiday to commemorate God’s redemption for the Jewish people living in Persia from the genocide planned by Haman.
Purim Day is celebrated as a day of happiness, giving food and drink to each other and helping the needy. Purim New Year has activities such as exchanging food and beverages gifts called mishloach manot; Giving lucky money to the poor is called mattanot la-evyonim; Eating; Reading the bible section megillah in the synagogue; Read the scriptures every day and recite them after eating and drinking.
Purim is celebrated annually on the 14th day of the Hebrew month of Adar (in Jerusalem and all ancient walled cities, the 15th of Adar).
We have featured coloring pages that show exciting and meaningful activities during the Jewish holiday of Purim. Many details in the coloring pages help children unleash their creativity with colorful crayons. Coloring is a method to help develop children’s thinking and enhance creativity. Give your child the opportunity to express himself from an early age. Artistic colors have no limits. Have fun and enjoy now!