“Avadim hayinu, hayinu, Atah b’nai chorin, b’nai chorin” This popular Jewish song, meaning ‘We, the salve to Egyptian Pharaoh are free’ perfectly sums up Passover or Pesach, a Jewish holiday commemorating the exodus of the Hebrew slaves from Egypt and the establishment of a nation under the leadership of Moses. This holiday or festival begins on the 15th of the Hebrew month of Nisan and lasts for either 7 or 8 days. Before you get down to sit to a Seder, you must check out our free printable Pesach or Passover coloring pages. You’ll also get to learn a bit more about this festival with our Pesach or Passover coloring pages. So keep scrolling!
Free Printable Passover Coloring Pages
Baby Moses Coloring Page:
This adorable Passover or Pesach coloring sheet features baby Moses in a basket. In order to prevent the Pharaoh’s people from killing their only child, Moses’ parents placed him in a basket, daubed it with pitch and slime, and laid it on the brink of the river Nile. The basket, coincidentally, reached the daughter of Pharaoh, who adopts him, despite knowing it’s a Jewish child.
The First Passover Coloring Page:
This coloring page shows Moses parting the Sea of Reeds so that the Hebrew slaves count march out of Egypt. The wonder and excitement on their faces of the people are clearly visible. Moses did not only save his people from this adverse condition. He prodded them past several other dangers for over forty difficult years.
The Egyptians Inflicted With Plague Of Frogs:
This coloring sheet features the Egyptian or Pharaoh being inflicted by the plagues. While Pharaoh and his people are clearly annoyed, the frogs seem to be enjoying it. The Almighty had instructed Moses to tell the Pharaoh to either let his people go, or he will smite his territory with frogs. The Pharaoh refused, hence God inflicted this plague on his place.
Passover Coloring Sheet:
Here’s a beautiful and fun coloring sheet for you to fill this Passover. Passover is a festival or holiday for the kids. Parents and grandparents take this holiday as an opportunity to acquaint their children with the turmoil their ancestors went through, and this is precisely what’s happening in this coloring page. A parent is helping her child search for the Afikoman.
Pesach, Pesach What Do You See?
How cute is this Pesach coloring page? Very cute, right? It features two young kids, one reading the story of Passover from the traditional book Haggadah, and the girl trying to do something with the magnifying glass. What could she be possibly looking for? Is it the Afikoman, which she is supposed to search for after the meal?
Pesach Coloring Page:
Here’s a relatively simple Pesach coloring sheet for you. We think it’s a great coloring page for you to make greeting or invitation cards. You can either paint it by hand or online, any way you think the recipient will like best.
Matzo or Matza:
This coloring sheet features matzo or matzah, unleavened flatbreads made during Passover. Matzo is an important part of this festival as chametz during this holiday is forbidden. In the Bible, it’s mentioned that God had commanded the Jews to make this unleavened bread and it’s followed even today.
Passover Puppets Activity Sheet:
How about making these Passover puppets, featuring the main characters, this holiday? You need to color the puppets first and then paste the sheet on construction paper. Next, cut out the puppets carefully and wrap the tabs around your one or two fingers.
Passover Feast Coloring Page:
This coloring page shows a group of men enjoying the Passover feast. Going by the picture, these people do not belong to this age. They were probably a part of the first Passover and are discussing how courageously Moses freed their people from Egypt.
First Passover Coloring Sheet:
Here’s another coloring sheet of the very first Passover. The soldier of the cruel Pharaoh is taking the man somewhere and Moses came to meet him for the last time. This coloring page depicts how cruel the Egyptians and the Pharaoh were at that time.
Passover Feast Coloring Pages:
This coloring sheet features a family enjoying the Passover or Pesach feast. During the Seder, the elders are required to drink four cups of wine as the wine symbolizes the four stages of redemption the Jews experienced. There’s even a fifth cup of wine, which is set aside for Elijah. It represents future redemption.
Moses Found By Pharaoh’s Daughter:
This coloring sheet illustrates the time when the Pharaoh’s daughter found Moses near the brink of the Nile river. When the Pharaoh’s daughter found the weeping baby, she realizes that it’s a Jewish child, but she was so overcome with emotion that she takes the baby home.
Moses With The Ten Commandments:
Here’s a coloring page of Moses with the Ten Commandments. The Ten Commandments are a set of laws or rules that God gave to the Israelis through Moses. God handed these commandments to Moses, accompanied by earthquakes, smoke, and a blast of trumpets.
Passover Or Pesach Game Activity Sheet:
Here’s a fun game with the Passover theme, which you can play with your friends. In this game, Moses is very angry, so you have to get him back to the 3rd block. The 6th block shows the time with God appears to Moses. You will find the rest of the instructions in the activity sheet itself. After you’re done, feel free to paint any way you like.
Passover Seder Coloring Page:
Here’s a coloring page of the Seder from the Pesach or Passover holiday. On the first night or first two nights of Passover, the families gather for a dinner, called the Seder. The families set their tables with the finest silverware and china, reflecting the importance of the meal.
This coloring page features Miriam in the form of a cat. Miriam, the sister of Moses and Aaron and the daughter of Amram and Yocheved, is a Jewish prophet, appearing in the first Book of Exodus. She was even a leader of the Israelites in ancient Egypt.
Moses, The Lion:
This coloring sheet illustrates Moses in the form of a lion, which fits pretty well with his strong character. Moses, a prophet in the Abrahamic religions, was the leader of the Israelites, to whom it’s given the authorship of Torah. He’s considered the most important prophet in Judaism.
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Simple Passover Coloring Page:
Here’s a pretty simple and straightforward Passover coloring page. It features the star of David and the wording “Traditional Passover Favorites”. There’s even an option to write your name on the bottom right side.
The Frog Plague:
Here’s another coloring page featuring the frog plague that overtook Egypt. God had asked Moses to tell Pharaoh to let his people worship. If they refuse, he will bring a plague of frogs to the country. And this is exactly what happened, as frogs came into the palace, bedroom, and even beds.
The 10 Plagues Coloring Page:
This Pesah coloring page features the 10 plagues that God inflicted upon Egypt. In the first plague, the Nile water turned to blood, the second plague was of frogs, the third plague was of lice, in the fourth plague, hordes of animals invaded the cities, in the fifth plague, the pest killed all the domestic animals, in the 6th plague, boils afflicted the Egyptians, in the 7th plague, fire and ice came down like hail. In the 8th plague, locust devoured the crops and greenery, in the 9th plague, darkness enveloped the land and in the 10th plague, all the Egyptians firstborn died.
So what do you think about these free printable Pesach or Passover coloring pages? We hope we presented it correctly. You can print out these Pesach or Passover coloring pages as many times as you want. And check out our Purim coloring pages.