One morning when Pharaoh awoke in his bed
There were frogs on his bed, and frogs on his head.
Frogs on his nose and frogs on his toes –
Frogs here, frogs there, frogs were jumping everywhere.
We’ve come a long way from the Passover seders of old, when grandpa droned on for three hours in Hebrew, pausing only to say “Sha!” to any child who dared utter a peep. From child-friendly haggadahs to “bags o’ plagues” to liven up the story, we have lots of ways to keep our youngsters involved and connected to the seder.