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There is an extent to which a parent-owned object assigned to the use of a specific child is his, we give our children (and guests) Matzo on Pesach night which must belong to you (and other Mitzvos as well)see SA Horav OC Siman 454:9 and here then here in Mishnah Berurah 454:15 -even if they don't make a Kinyan (let's say we put it in their mouth)- they fulfilled their obligation.

Rambam in Hilchos Korban Pesach 5:7 writes that a Koton who became Bar Mitzvah between Pesach Rishon and Pesach Sheni has to bring a Korban Pesach on Pesach Sheni; but if they slaughtered the Korban Pesach (in Nissan) with the child in mind then he's exempt from Pesach Sheni. We see here that even though the child didn't make a Kinyan (there is no such requirement) he still had a Zechus in it.

See also Rambam Hilchos Michusrei Kaporo 3:6 and Hilchos Isurei Bi'ah 3:17 about children bringing Korbonos.

There is an extent to which a parent-owned object assigned to the use of a specific child is his, we give our children (and guests) Matzo on Pesach night (and other Mitzvos as well) -even if they don't make a Kinyan (let's say we put it in their mouth) they fulfilled their obligation.

Rambam in Hilchos Korban Pesach 5:7 writes that a Koton who became Bar Mitzvah between Pesach Rishon and Pesach Sheni has to bring a Korban Pesach on Pesach Sheni; but if they slaughtered the Korban Pesach (in Nissan) with the child in mind then he's exempt from Pesach Sheni. We see here that even though the child didn't make a Kinyan (there is no such requirement) he still had a Zechus in it.

See also Rambam Hilchos Michusrei Kaporo 3:6 and Hilchos Isurei Bi'ah 3:17 about children bringing Korbonos.

There is an extent to which a parent-owned object assigned to the use of a specific child is his, we give our children (and guests) Matzo on Pesach night which must belong to you see SA Horav OC Siman 454:9 and here then here in Mishnah Berurah 454:15 -even if they don't make a Kinyan (let's say we put it in their mouth)- they fulfilled their obligation.

Rambam in Hilchos Korban Pesach 5:7 writes that a Koton who became Bar Mitzvah between Pesach Rishon and Pesach Sheni has to bring a Korban Pesach on Pesach Sheni; but if they slaughtered the Korban Pesach (in Nissan) with the child in mind then he's exempt from Pesach Sheni. We see here that even though the child didn't make a Kinyan (there is no such requirement) he still had a Zechus in it.

See also Rambam Hilchos Michusrei Kaporo 3:6 and Hilchos Isurei Bi'ah 3:17 about children bringing Korbonos.

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There is an extent to which a parent-owned object assigned to the use of a specific child is his, we give our children (and guests) Matzo on Pesach night (and other Mitzvos as well) -even if they don't make a Kinyan (let's say we put it in their mouth) they fulfilled their obligation.

Rambam in Hilchos Korban Pesach 5:7 writes that a Koton who became Bar Mitzvah between Pesach Rishon and Pesach Sheni has to bring a Korban Pesach on Pesach Sheni; but if they slaughtered the Korban Pesach (in Nissan) with the child in mind then he's exempt from Pesach Sheni. We see here that even though the child didn't make a Kinyan (there is no such requirement) he still had a Zechus in it.

See also Rambam Hilchos Michusrei Kaporo 3:6 and Hilchos Isurei Bi'ah 3:17 about children bringing Korbonos.