Purim Noisemaker

Betty Bose Uncategorized 1

The Purim Noisemaker or grogger is a classic Purim prop used during the reading of the Megillat Esther (Book of Esther) to make noise every time the name of the evil Haman is mentioned. The reading takes about 1/2 hour, and during that time children who are old enough to come to the reading must sit quietly so that everyone can hear every single word of the story. So listening for Haman’s name gives everyone a reason to pay attention!

Use this craft to talk to children about the different and interesting traditions found in our world

One thought on “Purim Noisemaker”

  1. Stephanie Lewis says:

    I like that our class is going to make them because we are about Queen Esther now. The kids in the class are home school.

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