Passover Crafts and Recipes

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Celebrate Passover with our favorite kid-friendly recipes (including chocolate-covered matzo!) and educational crafts.

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Passover Finger Puppets

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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.

Chocolate-Covered Matzo

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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!

Passover Card

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Help your fifth grader create an art card that celebrates the enduring values of Passover.

Mandel Bread

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Here's an amazing recipe your kids are sure to gobble up, whether they're Jewish or not.

What Were the Ten Plagues?

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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.

Make a Matzoh Puzzle

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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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Haroset

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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.

Seder Plate Foods

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In this activity, your child will prepare for the first night of Passover by creating her own Seder plate.

Matzoh Brei

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Matzoh brei is a fun-to-eat Jewish breakfast. It is a lot like traditional French toast, only it is made with matzoh instead of bread.

Make a Basket for Moses

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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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