Pin The Seder to the Plate
A fun way to get children excited about the upcoming Passover seder. (ages 3+)
What You’ll Need:
*Passover Seder Plate items – 2 copies of each (see attachment below)
*large piece of poster board or white paper
*Print one copy of each seder plate item in color and one copy in black/white - either Word document OR PDF. Cut them out. (depending on your seder plate, you will print either the celery or parsley for karpas. Also, you may not use chazeret on your seder plate, just the maror.)
*On the poster board or white paper, lay out the colored version of each item you plan to use in a circular pattern with the matzah in the middle. Glue in place.
*Draw a large circle around all the items so the board resembles one large plate.
*Give each child a black/white item with a piece of tape on the back and make sure they see on the board where it should go. Blindfold them, spin them around, and let them try to pin their seder plate item onto the board in the right spot.
*Keep going until all the seder plate items have been placed. The child who got the closest wins!
All Passover Seder pictures created by Emily Engelking for My Activity Maker’s use ONLY. These pictures may not be used for anything other than this craft with express written permission. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
* http://nj006.urj.net/seder/plate.html - virtual seder plate
* http://www.chabad.org/holidays/passover/pesach_cdo/aid/1998/jewish/The-S... -- detailed info on each item on the seder plate
*Sammy Spider's First Haggadah by Sylvia A. Rouss
This activity can also be found in the "Holidays" section of our site.