- What is on the Seder table? פּסח – וואָס איז אויפֿן טיש (beginners)
- Peysakh tastes זיס ביטער זויער זאַלציק (beginners)
- Fill in the blanks פּסח (intermediate)
Read El Lissitzky’s wonderful illustrated version of the song Had Gadya.
- Peysakh around the world
This can be played as a scavenger hunt. The pictures are posted on the wall around the room. The purpose of the game is to match the pictures and their captions. פּסח אַרום דער וועלט Photographs
- Peysakh? Ha-ha-ha פּסח? כאַכאַכאַ – Describe funny Passover images
- The four questions די פֿיר קשיות
- Four Yiddish seder songs – Shvimt dos kestl (The little basket floats) – Dayenu – In dem land fun piramidn (by the poet Dovid Edelshtadt) – Khad Gadyo (by Mikhl Gelbart).
Yiddish text: פסח לידער
Some of these songs can be heard on the CDs Songs My Bubbe Should Have Taught Me (Volume one: Passover) and Vessel of Song: The Music of Mikhl Gelbart by the Lori Cahan-Simon Ensemble.
Students at the Kinneret Day School sing these 4 songs every year at their school’s model seder. Watch some of these students sing Oyfn Nil and Khad Gadyo.
- Mu asapru, mu adabru (Who will tell, who will say), the Yiddish equivalent of the Seder song “Echad mi yodea” (Who knows one). Watch Yiddish-speaking children, led by Binyumen Schaechter, act out this song on the DVD Pripetshik Sings Yiddish (dir. Joshua Waletzky). מה אַספּרה, מה אַדברה (advanced)