With the arrival of festivities, toddlers can't wait to get started with creative crafts and participate in the celebrations in their own little creative ways. As it is a trend to embellish homes during the Passover, what can be better way than ornamenting it the natural way with handmade crafts! It is something that even a toddler can contribute in. When the celebrations of Passover begin, toddlers too can actively participate by helping make cute creative crafts. With a little assistance in craft making, bring out the hidden talents of your little ones. This way you can make them a part of the celebrations wherein they cherish each moment to the fullest. It would indeed help them in mental growth and developing their creative skills. You will be able to see their excitement level rise and also feel the positive vibes of exhilaration. For simple, unique craft making designs, scroll further and collect creative ideas for your toddlers to indulge in.
Pesach Craft Ideas for Toddlers
Marvelous Matzah Cover
Preschool crafts are the apt way to keep kids engaged on the day of Passover. Read this article to explore Pesach craft ideas for toddlers.
Preschool Passover Crafts
- Foam Letters and Shapes
- One Piece Of Colored Felt (8 x 10 inches)
- Silk Ribbon
- Craft Glue
- In the first step, cut four pieces of ribbon and glue them around the perimeter of the felt.
- If required, trim the excess ribbon, so that it makes a perfect border.
- Use pre-cut foam letters to spell out M, A, T, Z, A, H.
- Using glue, fix the letters onto the cover, diagonally, in such a way that the M is in the top left corner and the H finish at the bottom right corner.
- Allow the cover to rest for 20 minutes, for the glue to set.
- Finally, decorate the rest of your Matzah cover with foam cutouts, sparkles or even fabric paint.
Passover Cup Favor
- White Craft Glue
- 2 one-inch Wooden Craft Beads
- Fatter Half of a Plastic Egg
- 1-inch Flat Button
- Sequins or Craft Jewels
- Aluminum Foil
- To make the stem of the cup, glue the two wooden beads together.
- Glue the beads stem to the button, to make the base for the cup.
- To make the bowl of the cup, glue the bottom of the plastic egg half on top of the bead stem.
- Cover the entire cup with aluminum foil.
- If there is any loose end, secure it with a tiny dab of glue.
- To give a final touch, decorate the outside of the cup with sequins or craft jewels.
Passover Greeting Card
- 1 sheet Blue Card Stock
- Black Marker
- Paint Pens (gold and white)
- Blue Glitter Glue
- Fold the blue card stock into half.
- Use the pattern of a Star of David and trace the border or outline it with a gold paint pen or a sketch.
- You may also use a ribbon or glue yarn over it.
- Color and decorate the star with gold glitter.
- Similarly, use the pattern of the three Hebrew letters and trace it using a pencil in front of the card.
- Use a white pen for the letters and border this using a black marker.
- As the final touch, outline the gold star using blue glitter glue and keep it overnight for around 5-6 hours to let it dry.
Passover Seder Plate
- 1 nine-inch Shallow Paper Plate (with a slight & smooth curve)
- 6 six-in. Paper Plates (shallow plate with a slight & smooth curve)
- Tacky Glue or Craft Glue
- Colorable Star of David (Optional)
- Glitter Paint (Optional)
- Poster Paints and Paintbrushes (Optional)
- Seder Plate Food Item Images
- Take a print and cut the Star of David pattern and glue it at the center of the 9-inch paper plate. Using a color of your choice, color the inside of the star with crayons or glitter paint.
- Now take the 6-inch plates and cut out its rim. Make each measure up to 5 inches and use crayons to paint the front.
- If you are using poster colors, give it some time to dry.
- Cut out some Seder plate food images and glue it at the center of each 6-inch plate.
- Glue the 6-inch plates carefully along the rim of the big plate.