Agnon preschool students
Agnon preschool students Mia Brecher, Eli Schloss and Abraham Stern learn about the symbolic foods placed on a seder plate.
Agnon pre-kindergarten student Charlie Solganik enjoys eating matzah.
Amitai Kosak and Morgan Meacham
Agnon Kindergarten students Amitai Kosak and Morgan Meacham learn about cleaning their homes to get rid of chametz.
In his art class, Agnon eighth grader Julian Barnett designed and created this symbolic clay seder plate, which he is about to fire in a kiln.
Hallel Shapiro-Franklin, Leah Frydenberg, Reed Abrams, Jessica Linden and Rachael Grossman get ready to assemble more than 40 decorative food baskets, which will be hand-delivered to Jewish families in need before Passover begins. The Agnon seventh grade class helped to coordinate a kosher for Passover food drive as part of a tzedakah project aimed at helping low income Jewish Clevelanders – many of whom are elderly Holocaust survivors.
Fairmount seder plates
Gloria Greenwald, Ilene Schwartz, Marilyn Goldfein, and Laurenda Messer assemble chocolate seder plates at Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple. Each year the Women of Fairmount Temple (formerly sisterhood) makes hundreds of the plates as a fundraiser.
Emmaline Rosenberg sews a pillow for Passover.
Erik Sandor, Eli Smith and Emmaline Rosenberg learn about the seder at Ganon Gil Preschool.
Jasper Reich, a 16-month-old student in Ganon Gil's new infant room, gets ready for Passover.
Ahuva Becker and Ahuva Davis
Hebrew Academy of Cleveland preschoolers Ahuva Becker and Ahuva Davis hide the afikomen.
Sholom Fleisher, Zevi Fishbane, Avrohom Yitzchok Kohn
Hebrew Academy of Cleveland preschoolers Sholom Fleisher, Zevi Fishbane and Avrohom Yitzchok Kohn pour grape juice.
Nechama Sauber, Yishai Wolf, Yonatan Taub
Hebrew Academy of Cleveland preschoolers Nechama Sauber, Yishai Wolf and Yonatan Taub prepare for Pesach.
Daniella Kessler, Tehilla Lipton, Dovi Klarfeld
Hebrew Academy of Cleveland preschoolers Daniella Kessler, Tehilla Lipton and Dovi Klarfeld are ready for Pesach.
Bottom row, Amelia Berg, Jordyn Zucker, Rylie Sharp, and top row, Dylan Kay, Kevin Bluffstone and Shane Friedenberg, who are third and fourth grade students at Fairmount Temple, created Passover haggada wheels to help them keep track of what to do at the seder in the right order.
Bryce Boro and Sami Perry
Bryce Boro, and Sami Perry, both 4, enjoy their pretend Seder.
Courtney Zeid and Hunter Isroff
Courtney Zeid, 4 and Hunter Isroff, cut out wine cups for their self-made Haggadah.
Chaya Graiser holds up a matzah at Yabi Nursery and Child Care.
Eitan Abramov holds a matzah at Yabi Nursery and Child Care.
Leah Salamon holds a matzah at Yabi Nursery and Child Care.