Fun Crafts to Get Kids Ready For Passover
Passover 2020 will begin in the evening of Wednesday, April 8 and ends in the evening of Thursday, April 16. Gear up for the festive holiday celebrating the exodus from Egypt. There's no better way to usher in a holiday than with some crafts the kids can make, to get into the spirit.
Fun Placards for the Seder
Here's a fun ten plagues Passover craft that you can make now and use at the Passover seder to create a little bit of excitement and keep the kids involved. Get instructions from Creative Jewish Mom.
With this Elijah's cup Passover craft, kids can create their own colourful wine goblet for the meal's guest of honour. Get instructions from Tory Avey.
Simple Origami Jumping Frogs
Origami frogs, namely simple origami jumping frogs, that you and the kids can make in just a few minutes, are the perfect craft for the Passover seder. Get instructions from Creative Jewish Mom.
No-Sew Felt Afikomen Bag
Here's a great passover craft to do with the kids! Add some fun to your Passover table this year with this no-sew felt afikomen bag, that's really an envelope! Get instructions from Creative Jewish Mom.
A Felt Seder Plate
Have the little ones create their own felt version! Using coloured felt and a cake base, the plate is a fun and easy craft that kids can create in the hours leading up to the meal. Get instructions from Design Megillah.
Passover Finger Puppets – The Ten Plagues
Print out these Ten Plagues Finger Puppets — it's one of the most exciting parts of the Passover Seder for children. Get instructions from Tory Avey.
Parting of the Red Sea Diorama
Create these clever characters out of corks and bottle caps. Get instructions from Creative Jewish Mom.
Passover Pompom Critters
Kids will fall in love with these cute pompom critters that represent the 10 plagues. Get instructions from Creative Jewish Mom.
Seder Table Wall Hanging
Young ones will love creating these sweet wall hangings for Passover. Get instructions from Creative Jewish Mom.