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The soldiers marched onto the dry path in the middle of the sea too. But the wind stopped blowing. The water in the Sea of Reeds came back together. The soldiers drowned. 28 The Israelites were safe. They sang and danced. They thanked God for their freedom. They promised to remember the pain of Pharaoh’s cruel ways. They promised to be kind to other people. And they promised to always tell their children the story of their escape. 29 Today, the Jewish people celebrate Passover each year to remember the story of their freedom.
There is always plenty of food and talk and laughter. After the dinner, the leader reads out of the Haggadah again. Everyone sings the prayers and blessings. Now it is time to find the afikomen. In many homes, the children at the seder hunt for the hidden piece of matzah. They look under the chairs. They look behind the doors. The child who finds the afikomen gets a present. 45 Everyone has a small taste of the afikomen to end the seder. The last part of the Haggadah says that the seder is over.
During the seder, the leader takes the middle piece of matzah out of the cloth. The leader breaks the matzah in half and hides part of it. The hidden matzah is called the afikomen. It is the last thing that everyone will eat at the seder. 37 There are wine cups on the table too. Everyone at the seder drinks four cups of wine or grape juice. The wine and juice stand for the joy of freedom. The drink also helps Jewish people remember the 10 plagues. During the seder, the leader reads about the plagues from the Haggadah.