Celebrate Purim through Coloring Pages. Purim is coming, introduce your kids to the wonderful holiday with these numerous coloring pages.
Purim is a big celebration in the Jewish tradition. On every 14th of the month of Adar, the Jewish people will celebrate Adar by exchanging gifts and holding a costume carnival. Moreover, this holiday is celebrated not just in the US, but also in Israel and other countries. So, for any Jewish out there, we have numerous Purim coloring pages as a medium to engage your kids when celebrating Purim. On these coloring pages, you can find many different sides of Purim that you can elaborate to your kids. Moreover, we also add some interesting facts about Purim that will acknowledge your kids more on this wonderful holiday.
A Glance on Purim Holiday
The history of Purim is dating back to the 5th Century BCE and is recorded in The Book of Esther. Purim was created as a celebration when The Jewish people’s life was rescued from Haman’s hand. Haman was official on Old Persian Empire that had planned Genocide on Jewish people. The date of the execution was on the 13th day of the Month of Adar. However, Esther and Mordecai interfered and stopped the plan. Then, the following day was commemorated as a holiday.
Ritual and Celebration
Before the day of Purim, the Jewish is usually fasting. Then, it was also followed by the reading of Esther’s Book in Synagogue. On the day, a non-religious celebration is also included. For example, there is a practice of giving to the poor and exchanging gifts with other neighbors and families. Then, the most exciting is a masquerade and food festival.
Purim in the US
In the US, the Purim isn’t a public holiday. However, you can find a lot of Jewish businesses closed. The Jewish People are also giving to the poor. Some Jewish schools or organizations might also hold a festival as a way to remember their root of culture.
Purim Coloring Pages Collection
Purim Symbols Coloring Page
Xerxes and Haman Story Coloring Page
Celebration Of Purim Coloring Page
Queen Esther’s Crown Coloring Page
Mordechai, the Rescuer of Israel Coloring Page
Homemade Prune in Purim Coloring Page
Haman Purim Coloring Page
Mordechai in Jewish Tradition of Purim
Circus Clown at Purim Festival Coloring Page
Purim Masquerade Festival Coloring Page
Purim Scroll Coloring Page
Cover of Purim Coloring Book
The Queen Esther Coloring Page
Purim Reading of Book of Esther Coloring Page
Haman Purim The Villain Coloring Page
Haman Cartoon to Story Telling
Clown of Purim Festival Coloring Page
Purim Food and Drinking Festival Coloring Page
Purim The Queen Esther as The Savior of Israel
Purim Coloring Pages
At last, we hope you can celebrate the Purim with these coloring pages.