Purim for Kids
Hamantashan (Ozney Haman) is a traditional Purim pastry. This is a simple Hamantashan recipe which you can make with your children.
Akhlah, the Jewish Children's Learning Network, provides Purim material including vocabulary, blessings, play, recipes, traditions, children's megillah, and more.
Chabad Maryland offers an online Purim game and slide show.
This site offers original Purim crafts and recipes.
The Joint Authority for Jewish Zionist Education offers a few Purim writing activities for children.
Lil' Fingers Storybooks are animated stories for parents to read with their toddlers. Reading this hamantashen story is a fun pre-Purim activity.
Hoidays on the Net provides masks of King Ahashverosh, Queen Esther and Haman that can be printed out.
A great site for your kids to visit as they get ready for this fun-filled holiday. Fun games just as word find, letter link, and find the hamantosh. Coloring pages of Purim heroes and villains. Purim shpiel which your kids can perform.