Purim is not a holiday that really needs help being fun, but I wanted to make a Mitzvah Checklist for the holiday anyway. My kids really enjoyed the ones I made for Rosh Hashanah and Sukkos. They loved getting to put stickers on their charts when they completed a mitzvah. We had a fun outing after we completed one of the charts and the boys earned a prize after the other.
The charts helped my kids get excited about each mitzvah that’s part of the holiday and it helped them learn all the ways they could help and participate.
Here is one for this holiday. You can print one out for each of your kids. Kids’ Mitzvah Checklist for Purim
Religious school and day school teachers may even want to send it home with their students as a family activity. Again, thank you to Chinuch.org for the great clipart.
- “Thanks and Happy Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New Year)!”
- “Kids’ Rosh Hashanah Mitzvah Checklist”
- “Kids’ Mitzvah Checklist for Sukkos”