|We make Kiddush over wine to honor the holiday.
|We wash our hands with a special cup.
|We dip green vegetables, onions, or potatoes in salt water that represents the bitter tears of the Jews in slavery.
|We break the middle matzah into pieces to remind us of how poor we were.
|We read the Haggadah that tells the story of Passover.
|We wash our hands before eating matzah.
|First, we make the blessing that we usually say over bread.
|Then, we make a special blessing over the matzah and eat it.
|We eat bitter herbs to remind us of the bitterness of Egypt.
|We make a sandwich of matzah and bitter herbs to remind us of the way Hillel the sage used to eat the Passover sacrifice.
|We eat a great meal!
|We eat the last piece of matzah, called the Afikoman to remind us of eating the Passover sacrifice in the Holy Temple.
|We say the Grace After Meals.
|We thank G-d for the miracles he performed in the past and will perform in the future.
|We end the Seder with the wish that we meet in Jerusalem with Moshiach!