This category lists sites about the religious observance of Purim, a Jewish festival commemorating the survival of the Jews who, in the 5th century BC, were marked for death by their Persian rulers. Purim is celebrated on the 14th day of Adar, which is usually in March.
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Akhlah: The Festival of Purim
[ Kids/Teens ] Features a play, information on traditions, Hebrew vocabulary, recipes and an interactive quiz.
Hananeel Kids Korner: Purim
[ Kids/Teens ] Tells the story of the Jews' triumph over those who plotted their death and offers fun activities for celebrants today.
Judaism 101: Purim
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Relates the history of the festival, and offers links to related articles. Includes a recipe for hamentaschen (holiday cookies).
Lil' Fingers Storybook: Purim Sweets
[ Kids ] Introduces hamantashen, the tasty treats served for Purim.
Mask & Crown
[ Kids ] Use Java to create and decorate a festive mask or crown.
Orthodox Union: Purim
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Offers a detailed look at the history of the holiday, when it is observed, and the traditions that surround it.
[ Kids/Teens ] Provides history of the holiday, coloring pages, online games, printable puzzles and greeting cards.
Purim for Kids
[ Kids ] How-to guide, stories, games, songs and costume contest.
The Purim Story for Kids
[ Kids ] Tells why Purim is more than just a fun-filled dress-up holiday. From Aish HaTorah.
Purim, Parody and Pilpul
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Traces the history and development of the festival.
[ Kids ] Features the story behind the holiday, printable coloring pages, greeting cards, and fun and games.
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