Syrian Jews throw sacks of matzah over their shoulders and say a special verse in Hebrew about leaving the Egypt in haste.
In haste we left Egypt! A screen play!
Children: Knock, Knock!
Adults: “From where are you coming?”
Children: “From Egypt, where we were slaves to Pharaoh” He made us do such hard work. (Improvise about how bad it was).
Adults: How did you escape?
Children: Hashem sent Moshe and Aaron to tell Pharaoh: “Let my people go”. When he refused, Hashem sent 10 plagues. Finally Hashem brought the most awful plague on the first born of Egypt. Than Pharaoh kicked us out.
Adults: “Where are you going?”
Children: “To Jerusalem.”
Adults: “What is on your shoulder?”
Children : “Matzah and Maror.”
Adults: Why Matzah?
Children: We had no time for our dough to rise into bread?
Adults: Why Marror?
Children: It symbolizes the harsh labor we did in Egypt.
Adults: Tell us more about the Harsh Labor you did in Egypt!
Children: Yes we will, and about the plagues by with the Lord rescued us…..
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