Wouldn’t it be terrific if each of us could include an inspiring Rabbi at our table to support us to have a meaningful Passover conversation? For many of us, including a Rabbi (one that we really like!) on our guest list is not possible so I found another way.
I asked 7 Rabbis to pose a meaningful question for our Passover discussion.
You can place these on your Passover table for inspiration or choose the question(s) cards you want to include. I’ve added a few blank cards as well, so you can add your own discussion prompts and personalize them for your family and guests.
These Rabbi’s Passover Prompts are available for immediate download and come in a high quality (300 dpi) PDF file for ease of printing. When you download the file you will receive one PDF that contains 7 Passover Prompt Cards that you can print out for your Passover seder.
These Passover Prompt Cards are simple to make.
- A4 paper (I like to use a heavier cardstock paper)
- Printer (a home printer works fine for these and going to your local print shop is also a good option)
- Laminator (as these Passover Prompt Cards will likely see some wear and tear, laminating it is a good idea. You can do this at your local print shop if you do not own a laminating machine. If you do own a laminating machine, lucky you!)