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Purim for Kids

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If you are familiar with the story of Purim, you know that it is hard to put it into a context that children can understand, but this video gives it a nice gloss. Watch For Kids: The Purim Story.

And don't forget to follow it up with a great video about our favorite Purim treat. Watch For Kids: Hamantaschen.

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Hebrew for "lots," referring to the lots cast by Haman, the story's antagonist, to determine the date on which to kill the Jewish people. It's a spring holiday commemorating the Jewish people's triumph. The story is told through the biblical Book of Esther; the namesake heroine, a Jewish woman, marries the Persian king. Their interfaith relationship is central to the story.
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