The Gateways Haggadah welcomes families with children of all abilities and disabilities to a Passover celebration that is accessible for the whole family.
Step-by-step directions for every element of the Passover seder are clearly illustrated with more than 70 vibrant photographs. Each prayer's meaning is illuminated by the use of over 150 picture communication symbols developed by Mayer-Johnson, the leading creator of symbol-adapted special education materials to assist individuals in overcoming their speech, language and learning challenges. In this way, seder participants can experience Passover through clear, direct language and through rich and varied images.
This easy-to-hold, concise Haggadah is respectful to all participants, whatever their abilities, and ensures that all can take part meaningfully in a complete Passover seder that lasts about 30 minutes.
Gateways: Access to Jewish Education (www.jgateways.org) provides high quality special education services to enable children with diverse learning needs to participate meaningfully in Jewish life.
|Publisher:||Behrman House, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||7.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.18(d)|
Table of Contents
What is Passover 4
The Seder Plate 5
Setting the Table 7
Lighting the Candles 8
Order of the Seder 11
Kadesh: Drinking Wine 12
Urchatz: Washing Hands 15
Karpas: Eating A Vegetable 16
Yachatz: Breaking the Matzah 18
Maggid: Telling the Story 20
Rochtzah: Washing Hands 41
Motzi Matzah: Eating the Matzah 42
Maror: Eating a Bitter Herb 44
Korech: Eating a Hillel Sandwich 46
Shulchan Orech: Eating Dinner 48
Tzafun: Finding the Afikoman 49
Barech: Thanking God for Our Meal 51
Hallel: Singing Psalms 56
Nirtzah: Ending the Seder 58