5 Fun and Easy Passover Crafts for Kids

Teach your kid the lessons of Passover while making these cute and easy crafts

Even if your kids aren't old enough to understand all the traditions and stories behind Passover, a craft is a great way to get the conversation started. Try one of these easy Passover crafts this week:


10 Plagues Place Cards

Plagues Place Cards Passover Crafts for Kids

Creative Jewish Mom

From: Creative Jewish Mom
Why we love it: Your kids can play a bigger role in the Seder by acting out the plagues.
How to do it: Draw each plague out using cardboard (or a paper plate) and have your kids paint, draw and decorate them. Attach them to wooden dowels when dried.

Elijah’s Wine Goblet

Elijah's Wine Goblet Passover Crafts for Kids

The Shiksa

From: The Shiksa in the Kitchen 
Why we love it: This pretty goblet honors the prophet, Elijah -- but also makes for a daily drinking cup your kid will love after Passover.
How to do it: Spread glue around the wine glass and help your child wrap yarn around it. Decothe glass with sequins or beads.

Felt Seder Plate

Seder Plate Setting Passover Crafts for Kids

Design Me Gillah

From: Design Me Gillah
Why we love it:
Your kids can have their own plate -- and it's a toy that they'll play with later.
How to do it: Cut out six small circles out of felt, and glue them on a cake base. You and your kid can draw each food using the scraps of felt and glue onto the circles.

Parting of the Red Sea Diorama

Splitting of the Red Sea Diorama Passover Crafts for Kids

Creative Jewish Mom

From: Creative Jewish Mom
Why we love it: This project is not only really cute -- but it's something you can pull out every Passover to play with again.
How to do it: Have your kids tear up pieces of construction paper and glue to white cardboard. Once dry, cut the cardboard into waves to attach to the brown cardboard. Use wine corks to make people and add bottle caps as hats. Have your kid draw faces onto the people and act out the story of the Crossing of the Red Sea.

Jumping Frogs

Frogs Passover Crafts for Kids

Suite 101

From: Suite 101
Why we love it: Frogs are a lot more fun with these cute cutouts.
How to do it: To make the frog's body, cut an oval shape out of green construction paper. Then have your kid draw dots, eyes and a nose. To make those fun legs, cut four rectangle shapes out of green construction paper and fold like an accordion. To finish, attach the legs with glue, cut out a pink tongue and a string so the frogs can leap!

More Passover Ideas!
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