Mommy Blog Expert: 10 Best Passover Kids DIY Crafts Projects & Seder Activities for Kids

Sunday, March 24, 2013

10 Best Passover Kids DIY Crafts Projects & Seder Activities for Kids


It's hard to believe it's been a whole year since I wrote the post 2012 Passover Crafts. But it's time again to inspire you with some fun new family friendly DIY ideas to celebrate the Feast of Unleavened Bread. Crafts are a wonderful way to enjoy quality time together and connect with kids. Just as meaningful are the heirloom craft projects that your child can create -- many that can be saved and brought out year after year for your Pesach celebration.

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This Colorful Elijah's Cup is a beautiful project that emerges with an inexpensive wine goblet from a dollar store, some colored yarn or jute, a few seqins or faux jewels and some glue. From The Shiksa in the Kitchen, How To

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Here' new taken on a chametz Gingerbread House. Almost completely edible, this version is made with matza, nuts, dried fruit and assorted chocolate & other Passover candies.
Matzoh House, From Martha Stewart, How To

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A lovely way to present towels at your sink for the hand washing ritual during the Seder. This easy-to-do craft uses a ready made container & some cutouts from a Matzo box.
Passover Washing Station, From Not 2 Shabbey, How To

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Everyone will know where to sit with these edible name cards at each guest's place made from matzoh that has been inscribed with melted chocolate.
Matzo Place Cards, From Martha Stewart, How To

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As every kid knows, you can't have a Seder with an afikomen bag that the parents or kids hide in exchange for a prize. This no-sew project is made with felt, cutouts and glue.
Afikomen Felt Bag, From Creative Jewish Mom, How To

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Need a scary Pharoah Mask? You can easily adapt this kids Big Foot mask created with construction paper and crayons to represent the BIG Bad Guy.
Pharoah Mask, From Crayola, How To

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A fun way to reenact the 10 Plagues to engage kids during your retelling of the Passover story. Make one representing each of the makot using wood dowels.
10 Plague Placards, From Creative Jewish Mom, How To

You have to have the Four Questions at your Seder, right? So why not print out these free colorful cards?
4 Questions Printable Cards, From Nick Jr., How To

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Frogs, frogs will be everywhere if you and your child make these for your table. These are fun to make with Crayola Model Magic air drying clay.
Neon Magic Frog, From Crayola, How To

Here's an idea that is fun to make, but educational to use. Create this Makot Matching Game by Rivky Koenig with basic supplies and simple step-by-step directions provided.
Makot Matching Game, From Joy of Kosher, How To

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