WATCH: The Passover story, kids style

The story of Moses, Pharaoh and the ten plagues, told in a way that only children can do.

March 26, 2013 21:47
Telling the Passover story

Passover story told by kids 370. (photo credit: YouTube Screenshot)


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The Passover story can be told in a multitude of ways, as a handful of children demonstrate endearingly in a video created by the Schusterman Foundation in a push to promote a new-generation Haggadah. 

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The Nevereending Haggadah is the fruit of a collaboration between the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Philanthropic Network and, that crowd sources a modern-day make-it-yourself Haggadah via an online platform founded by ROI Community member Eileen Levinson .

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