Passover Seder Plate Crafts for Kids
The Passover holiday is a time to celebrate. Along with the Seder meal, you can create crafts with your child to help them better understand this Jewish holiday. As you prep for Passover, try one (or all) of these Seder-themed kids’ art activities.
Your crafty kid can construct their own felt playset with a Passover Seder theme. Cut plates for 8×10-inch pieces of craft felt (your child can cut out circles). Next, cut out different colors of felt to make the items for each plate. This includes matzah, eggs, a shankbone, charoset, karpas vegetables and bitter herbs. Your child can practice taking the felt plates apart and putting them back together.
Crayons and Markers
If your child is looking for a craft that’s more permanent, hand over the crayons and markers. Use a plain paper plate as a backdrop and invite your child to raw each item that goes on it for the Seder.
Use a brush or finger paints to create matzah, bitter herbs and everything else that goes on the Passover plate. Add some science to this art activity, making this a color-mixing lesson too. Give your child the primary colors (red, yellow and blue) plus white. Have them mix the colors to create new ones for painting a Passover project.
Yaakov Agam Passover Hagadah Shel Pesach Serigraph
VERY RARE GERMAN DECORATIVE PASSOVER PLATE – HEINRICH SCHWED – MUNICH, 1924
Magnificent Passover Haggadah Besançon Amazing illustrations Signed Copy HEBREW
Rare Passover Compendium Bowl Josef Eschelbacher Berlin Germany Ca 1900 Judaica
EXTREMELY RARE IMPORTANT JUDAICA SEDER PESACH PASSOVER "MATZAH ZU" ENAMEL PLATE
Pesach Haggadah - Berlin, 1785 A Pesach Haggadah with a German translation, gram
מצה Matza Holder Passover Sterling Silver Seder Plate
Judaica Silver-Plated Passover Plate, Hans Ettlinger (Hey Yod Aleph)
ANTIQUE 18TH C JUDAICA BIBLE PASSOVER PESACH PLATE SILVER 13 NIRNBERG GERMANY
Letter From the Lubavitcher Rebbe BLESSING FOR PASSOVER -CHABAD ORIGINAL SIGNED