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amother




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Post  Wed, Mar 25 2020, 3:39 pm
Cute pesach project ideas for a preschool age child? Something a little cuter/involved than just scribbling on a pillow case.
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Post  Wed, Mar 25 2020, 3:42 pm
I printed out a children’s Haggadah from between carpools.com.
They had some very cute pesach download haggadahs.
Every day we do 2 sheets:
Kadesh, I found purple stickers to add on to the grape juice,
Urchatz I cut a shmatte and they glued on.
Carpas put some salt on the glue....
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amother




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Post  Fri, Mar 27 2020, 9:50 am
Thanks Hello! Gonna look that up sounds good.

Anyone else have more ideas?
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amother




Crimson
 

Post  Fri, Mar 27 2020, 11:12 am
How involved do you want.

We sewed afikomen bags, made pillow cases for leaning, made Pesach trivets out of 1/2 tiles and tiny wooden cutting boards, serving bowls (lucite that you fill-bought at Amazing Savings 10 years ago).
You can also make napkin rings for the Seder, posters for the walls, a welcome mat for Eliyahu.

Now I am sad my kids are no longer small and won't do projects with me.☹️

Edited-sorry, I missed the preschool part.
You can still make many of these things, they just won't look professional at all.
Consider afikomen bag-foam sheet, fold in half, punch holes with a hole puncher and let them thread a lace to sew the bag.
Trivit would work the same- it would just be gluier and maybe get 1-2 inch tiles instead of 1/2 inch.
Lucite bowl still works, just fill it with something chunky so they don't get bored and it moves faster.

You get the idea
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MiriFr




 
 
 
 

Post  Fri, Mar 27 2020, 11:56 am
I'm making a very simple seder plate with my 3 year old.

Supplies: 2 clear plastic plates, glue, tissue paper cut into squares, circles of paper that say/have pix of the seder plate stuff (zroah, beitza, etc...), crayons

Step 1- glue tissue paper all over 1 plate. Let dry.
Step 2- color the circles of seder plate stuff.
Step 3- glue circles on top of tissue paper plate in correct places
Step 4- apply glue around the rim on top of tissue paper plate
Step 5- put plate #2 on top to cover!
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amother




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Post  Sun, Mar 29 2020, 8:53 pm
amother [ Crimson ] wrote:
How involved do you want.

We sewed afikomen bags, made pillow cases for leaning, made Pesach trivets out of 1/2 tiles and tiny wooden cutting boards, serving bowls (lucite that you fill-bought at Amazing Savings 10 years ago).
You can also make napkin rings for the Seder, posters for the walls, a welcome mat for Eliyahu.

Now I am sad my kids are no longer small and won't do projects with me.☹️

Edited-sorry, I missed the preschool part.
You can still make many of these things, they just won't look professional at all.
Consider afikomen bag-foam sheet, fold in half, punch holes with a hole puncher and let them thread a lace to sew the bag.
Trivit would work the same- it would just be gluier and maybe get 1-2 inch tiles instead of 1/2 inch.
Lucite bowl still works, just fill it with something chunky so they don't get bored and it moves faster.

You get the idea


Thanks!
Love these ideas.
So I've decided on making napkin rings, matzah cover, afikoman bag, and a hagada with him (we have a Seder plate and eliyahu cup he made last year). Plan to cut up an old table cloth for the matzah cover and afikoman bag and sew with my non-existent sewing skills and let him decorate.
We always have pesach with my parents and this is our first year doing it at home. We weren't planning on this so we don't have any of the typical sedar table items so I figured I'll let him have fun with it.
I do not care at all that they won't look professional- he's gonna be super excited to have things he made at the table and that's what's important!
Gonna be a busy week of crafting!
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cbg




 
 
 
 

Post  Sun, Mar 29 2020, 9:07 pm
To all mommies making Seder projects
Make sure the area you are doing the project is clean from chametz
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amother




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Post  Sun, Mar 29 2020, 9:45 pm
cbg wrote:
To all mommies making Seder projects
Make sure the area you are doing the project is clean from chametz


Thanks for the reminder! We'll put down a plastic before getting to work.
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amother




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Post  Sun, Mar 29 2020, 9:47 pm
MiriFr wrote:
I'm making a very simple seder plate with my 3 year old.

Supplies: 2 clear plastic plates, glue, tissue paper cut into squares, circles of paper that say/have pix of the seder plate stuff (zroah, beitza, etc...), crayons

Step 1- glue tissue paper all over 1 plate. Let dry.
Step 2- color the circles of seder plate stuff.
Step 3- glue circles on top of tissue paper plate in correct places
Step 4- apply glue around the rim on top of tissue paper plate
Step 5- put plate #2 on top to cover!


Adorable! He has one very similar he made with my mom last year but great project.
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amother




Babypink
 

Post  Mon, Mar 30 2020, 12:23 am
You can get cheap pesach stickers here:

www.Stickers.gifts
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dankbar




 
 
 
 

Post  Mon, Mar 30 2020, 1:21 am
Welcome sign for eliyahu.

rubber stamps on pillow case or shirt for kittel.

Matzo oven from cardboard box

A decorated hagaddah with removable pieces made with velcro.

A haggadah from pics of child doing simanim

A mommy helper apron with cleaning supplies

A doorknob holder or stop sign 'do not enter with chometz, this room is ready for pesach'.

10 plague finger puppets, amazing savings sold those in past

animal masks or paper bag puppets for arov

Create a Pharoah shaking his head saying, No, I won't let the yidden go!

He can find chometz pics in magazines & cut those out & glue onto a paper fire
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