At the Beren Academy, kids learned all about the making of matzah, the unleavened bread used to commemorate the escape from Egypt.
Rabbi Mendy Traxler of Chabad Outreach Houston explained: "In order to remember the exodus and the whole story, we eat matzah, and we're here teaching the children how to make matzah and obviously, about the holiday of passover."
It isn’t easy. It’s a race against the clock, from the time the carefully selected wheat flour is mixed with water, it can take no longer than 18 minutes to come out of the oven.
Nava Rotenberg, a student at the Beren Academy said: "It makes me appreciate it more, it would be really hard to make it on a daily basis and then sell it."
Jake Teller, a student at the academy said: "Because I know that it`s all kosher, and everything is perfect in how they make it."
Hardships the Jews had to live through thousands of years ago live on in traditions today.
Shlomo Stern, Youth Activities Coordinator at the Beren Academy said, "Here we get to relive that moment by preparing the same matzah that they prepared back then."
Some may not know how to pronounce it, or even what exactly it is, but we do know it's crunchy, and there's a lot of history behind it.
For more information about Passover go to PassoverInHouston.com