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Smadar Goldstein's Pesach Seder Games

Smadar Goldstein's Pesach Seder Games

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Passover Seder Games
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Pesach sedarim for boys who like to build:OVERALL THEME OF ALL THESE GAMES:THE DESTRUCTION OF EGYPT = THE CONSTRUCTION OF AM YISRAEL
Prepare the following psukim using lego or kapla or whatever you have (cut outphrases individually). This year's psukim have themes. The theme to category one is'what's in a name?' All of Sefer Shmot is relatively nameless. Even Pharoah doesn'thave a name. None of them do in Tanach. They're all called pharaoh. The emphasisof Egyptian society is on the dynasty and the celebration of themselves and howwonderful they were at so many thigns (and they were). They were just too arrogantabout it. So G-d wants to decimate that concept. So He decimates them and theirsociety and reinforces the fact that we should build a sophisticated society, butpraise Him instead of ourselves
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Theme: Don't be Egypt
The second theme is 'Don't be Egypt.' I use Egypt as a verb. Here'swhy: The exodus from Egypt is mentioned in nearly every tfillahwe say (ask the kids which ones)
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Kiddush, shmonah esrei,bentching, others. Why does Hashem constantly remind us of Egypt? G-D is reminding us that Egypt represents everything weshouldn't be (ask kids for examples) such as:Having slaves. Oppressing slaves. Worshipping dynasties andwealth. Hedonism. Materialism. Obsession with death.Overcoming death. Believing that you are what you are born intoand can never change (caste system). G-d wants Judaism to be theopposite:
Don't have slaves. And if you absolutely must, treat them kindly.Give them a day off. Torah law: when your slave goes free, don't send them away empty handed (just like we left Egypt with riches).Care for the poor, oppressed, widows, and orphans (in Egypt, they were unprotected and remained poor). Every member of society isimportant. We have names, we are not nameless like the Pharoahand just 'egyptians.' You are not what you are born into. Every  person has the power to change and become as great as they canbe. And they should 
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Game: place the names of the makot (cut them out or use 3-Drepresentations) that obliterated the spiritual worship of Egypt.
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