Faces & Places: Passover Mural At Temple Beth El

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This year at Temple Beth El, the Early Childhood Center staff and students created an interactive, inclusive and hands-on Passover mural. Each classroom took ownership of a plague or of the jellyfish creation. The finished project is gorgeous but, more importantly, reflects the input of the entire staff and student body. Everybody feels connected to the mural because they helped create it.

The Passover Mural Gallery

Paige Vieder, Harlow Mara, ECC teacher Alexis Noel and Charlotte VanHouse near the Passover mural at Temple Beth El
The 10 plagues
This mural depicts the parting of the Red Sea.
The Burning Bush
Beth El students “walk” through the Red Sea.
Under the sea
A depiction of the Israelites leaving Egypt
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Community / 04.26.2018
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