Passover Seder Plate

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To help the children understand the seder plate at Passover, have them each create their own. (ages 3+)

What You’ll Need:
*Passover Seder Plate template (1 per child -- see attachment below)
*Crayons/Markers
*Paper plate
*Scissors
*Glue

Preparation:
If you’d like the children to color the seder plate items, print them in black & white. Otherwise, print in color. Print out either the Word document or PDF.

Activity:
*Color the seder plate items
*Cut them out and glue to paper plate. (Note: depending on your seder, you will use either the celery or the parsley for “karpas”. Parsley can also be used for “chazeret”.)
*We have also included the salt water bowl, Kiddush cup, and matzah which are not part of the seder plate, but an important part of the Passover seder.

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 without written permission. Please contact us at info@mycalendarmaker.com for more information.

Suggested Resources:
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.

AttachmentSize
SederPlate.doc1.19 MB
SederPlate.pdf6.61 MB