Passover Activities

For families that observe Passover, these Passover activities are the perfect way to introduce young learners to the importance of the day. Children who do not observe Passover will learn about another culture and broaden their horizons. From recipes to crafts, we have you covered on Passover educational activities for all ages. For more cultural projects, browse Community & Cultures activities.

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This easy craft project boosts counting and fine motor skills, and will help kids learn about Jewish culture.
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Finger puppets encourage creative play, communication, and they give you a great way to share the Passover story with your kids.
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Invite your child, and any other kids attending the Seder, to help you make this "hands on" matzah cover for Passover this year.
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During the Passover Seder, many Jewish families pour a cup of red wine for Elijah. This year, help your child create his own welcoming glass for Elijah.
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Help your preschooler learn the Four Questions prior to the big night with a homemade book, complete with words and illustrations!
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Give your child some simple craft supplies and see what happens in this heartwarming and artistic contribution to the Seder table this year.
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Have the children play a more active role in the Seder by helping them prepare paper puppets that represent the ten plagues.
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Every year at the Passover Seder, the Ten Plagues are mentioned as part of the ritual. Have your kid draw the plagues to help him remember their importance.
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This Haggadah scroll activity is great for getting kids to practice handwriting, but it will also get them thinking about the meaning behind Passover.
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Here is a guide to making a felt busy book that's perfect for focusing on specific learning areas with your child.
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Help your fifth grader create an art card that celebrates the enduring values of Passover.
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This activity will have your child cutting and gluing to his heart's content. What's more, he'll create a pretty, mixed media plate for Seder while he's at it!
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This fun project will showcase spring's freshest flowers and help your child contribute to the Passover Seder.
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Help your child use matzoh to create edible decorations that feature the smiling faces of family and friends.
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Haroset is a great way to remember and celebrate Jewish culture and history, and it also makes a healthy and tasty snack for kids.
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In this activity, your child will prepare for the first night of Passover by creating her own Seder plate.
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Here's an amazing recipe your kids are sure to gobble up, whether they're Jewish or not.
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Make matzoh more fun! Help your preschooler or kindergartener design a matzoh puzzle from broken pieces of the flatbread.
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This chocolate covered matzo candy is easy enough for kids to make, with a little parental supervision. A real Passover treat!
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Encourage your child to memorize the items on the Seder plate and what they symbolize with this artsy activity.

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