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Passover Seder Plate

Passover Seder Plate

Kids will love having an important role in helping you prepare for the Seder celebration. You can talk about the traditions of the holiday as you construct this craft together.

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Passover Seder Plate

Craft Features

Allow for Dry Time
You'll need to allow extra time for glue or paint to dry.

Developmental Skills

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Ages: 2-6

Materials

  • 1 nine-in. paper plate (shallow plate with a slight & smooth curve)
  • Colorable Star of David (OPTIONAL)
  • Scissors
  • Crayons
  • Glitter paint (OPTIONAL)
  • 6 six-in. paper plates (shallow plate with a slight & smooth curve)
  • Poster paints and paintbrushes (OPTIONAL)
  • Seder Plate Food Item Images
  • Tacky glue or craft glue
Tip: This is a craft; it is not meant for serving food.

Directions

  1. Step 1

    Print and cut out the Colorable Star of David. Have your child glue it to the center of the 9-inch plate, color in the star and the rest of the plate with crayons and/or glitter paint.

  2. Step 2

    Cut out the rim of the six 6-inch plates so that each measure about 5 inches. Have your child paint the front of the small plates with crayons. Or, if it's easier, let her paint with poster paints using a paintbrush. Let dry.

  3. Step 3

    Print and cut out Seder Plate Food Item Images. Glue six food images each to the center of a small plate.

  4. Step 4

    Arrange the six small plates evenly along the big plate's rim, get a sense of the contact area of the small plates with the big plate, then glue the small plates on one after another. You might need to place something heavy over the contact area given the slightly curved shape of both plates.

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