Preschool Passover Seder

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers DELICIOUS CRUNCH - Camarillo resident Stacy Pearce laughs as her son Cooper, 2, takes an enthusiastic bite of crunchy, flat matzah bread during a model Seder ceremony at the Gan Camarillo Preschool on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

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DELICIOUS CRUNCH – Camarillo resident Stacy Pearce laughs as her son Cooper, 2, takes an enthusiastic bite of crunchy, flat matzah bread during a model Seder ceremony at the Gan Camarillo Preschool on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers LEARNING TRADITIONS - Camarillo resident Bonne London, left, reads the Hagada, or story of the Passover meal, with her grandson Caleb Gill, 2, as Stacy Pearce bursts into laughter when her 2-year-old son Cooper guzzles down his first taste of grape juice during a model Seder ceremony at the Gan Camarillo Preschool on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

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LEARNING TRADITIONS – Camarillo resident Bonne London, left, reads the Hagada, or story of the Passover meal, with her grandson Caleb Gill, 2, as Stacy Pearce bursts into laughter when her 2-year-old son Cooper guzzles down his first taste of grape juice during a model Seder ceremony at the Gan Camarillo Preschool on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers CELEBRATING FREEDOM - Noach Reese, 4, beats a tambourine and dances around the playground with his classmates as they sing and play instruments during a model Seder ceremony at the Gan Camarillo Preschool on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

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CELEBRATING FREEDOM – Noach Reese, 4, beats a tambourine and dances around the playground with his classmates as they sing and play instruments during a model Seder ceremony at the Gan Camarillo Preschool on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers BITTER BITE - 3-year-old Camarillo resident Rochel Lang shows her disapproval of a piece of potato cooked with bitter herbs to Gan Camarillo Preschool volunteer Davina Shapiro, 15, as her classmate Noach Reese, 4, right, happily chows down on his own potato during a model Seder ceremony at the school on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

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BITTER BITE – 3-year-old Camarillo resident Rochel Lang shows her disapproval of a piece of potato cooked with bitter herbs to Gan Camarillo Preschool volunteer Davina Shapiro, 15, as her classmate Noach Reese, 4, right, happily chows down on his own potato during a model Seder ceremony at the school on Monday, March 18. The Seder ceremony remembers and celebrates the Jewish peoples’ liberation from slavery in Egypt.

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