ALEH’s Kids Experience Pesach with Matza Baking, Pharaoh in Pajamas and More!
Apr 27, 2014
ALEH’s specially designed Matza bakery enabled each child to participate in traditional matza baking before the Pesach holiday. The children, dressed as bakers, activated their specialized switches to pour the water into the flour. They practiced kneading and rolling the dough, strengthening their hand muscles and motor abilities. They used special rollers to puncture holes in the dough, and they helped bring the dough to the electric burners that were decorated as an oven.
Of course, they helped sample the ready-made matzas, enjoying the crispy, fresh taste!
Complete with a Pharaoh in pajamas, a prophet Elijah, the 10 plagues, lots of singing and the traditional foods – the children were active participants in the highlight of Pesach: the Seder ceremony. The story of the slavery and freedom of the Jewish people came alive, with the children acting out the various parts.
It was a memorable Pesach experience for all!
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